September 4, 2012
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Flattery Fit Fashion Hit
Digging for Diamonds
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Flattery Fit Fashion Hit - Lisette L Pant at CT Weekends


Bottoms Up!  It takes a lot for a pair of pants to impress us these days.  With all the pretty frocks around for fall and spring we'd just about written off the old dungaree.  And then a pair of perfectly fitting Lisette L Pants  walked into our lives.  The stretchy (but not too stretchy) fit miraculously turned our bottom half into Lisette L. Pant our better half.  Not to mention that the selection of colors are spot-on-for some of the best back-ends around.


Meet Lisette Limoges owner and designer of the Lisette L Pant on Thursday, Sept. 6th at CT Weekends in Cameron Village from 5:30-7:30pm.  Enjoy wine and hors d'oeuvres while previewing her spring 2013 colors and styles.  Pre order and receive a 10% discount and register to win a Free pair!  To RSVP click here


The only pant with Flatterie Fit™:  The secret behind Lisette L's success is the close to the body effect of the fabric and special pull-on Flatterie Fit™.   With no zipper or buttons to bother with, Lisette L flattens and flatters, slims the abs, contours the hips and shapes the behind.  The look is flat out fabulous!


Whichever style you choose, the Lisette L collections are sure to leave you wanting more.  As for all those other brands out there?  Just ignore them.  You know survival of the fittest.


CT Weekends: 437 Daniels St. Cameron Village, Raleigh. Hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Sat. Website, Email.



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Digging for Diamonds - Tar Heel and Wolfpack Fans


What do Tar Heel and Wolfpack fans have in common?  Bailey's Fine Jewelry! That's it!  But that's enough. 


Bailey's Fine Jewelry will become an official sports sponsor of the 2012-2013 Tar Heels and Wolfpack Bailey's which means the familiar Bailey Box will become even better known in both schools' football stadiums. 


Fans from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have plenty to look forward to on Saturdays. Game day highlights include a Bailey Box video board game at Carter-Finley Stadium, video board features and replays throughout the season at Kenan Stadium, private shopping events for each fan base and the popular Digging for Diamonds contest event at both schools.


Digging for Diamonds pits competing couples against each other in the on-field search for a $10,000 diamond ring hidden among many Bailey Boxes. The couple that finds the ring first leaves the home field Bailey Box victorious and with a new diamond ring. Digging for Diamonds will take place at both schools on Nov. 24 as the Tar Heels take on the Maryland Terrapins and the Wolfpack host Boston College.   


"As a North Carolina born-and-bred company, we know the important role college sports play in the lives of our patrons," said Trey Bailey, director of operations at Bailey's Fine Jewelry. "It's part of the culture here and we are so excited to be a new part of Tar Heel and Wolfpack fans' game day experience."


Established in 1948 in Rocky Mount, Bailey's is a family-owned-and operated business now under third-generation North Carolina leadership.


No matter a Tar Heel or Wolfpack-er, get ready to Dig In!


Bailey's Fine Jewelry: 415 Daniels St. Cameron Village, Raleigh 919-829-7337, and 4325 Glenwood Ave., Crabtree Valley Mall, Raleigh, 919-788-7500. Website.  




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The NC Museum of History invites you to an evening of laughter and stories with Jeanne Robertson,  Jeanne Robertson humorist and former Miss North Carolina. Sunday, October 28, from 7pm - 9 pm.  Please respond by October 19th to 919-807-7835.  (Limited seating available.)  Tickets cost $50/person.  All proceeds will benefit the NC Museum of History and the Miss NC Scholarship Fund.


Tour the Miss NC exhibit, meet former winners of the crown, enjoy a coffee and dessert reception, chat with Jeanne, and receive one of her DVD's.  Jeanne Robertson is an expert in humor, whether sharing her experiences as a 6'2" Miss Congeniality winner in the Miss America Pageant or stories of her life in North Carolina.  Join her for a memorable evening as she takes southern humor to new heights.


NC Museum of History: 5 East Edenton Street, Raleigh 27601. Website


Tir Na Nog Adult Floats Adult floats at Tir Na Nog - Check out these great drinks. Car bomb float with chocolate Baileys ice cream and Jameson Carmel. Crispin Cider Float with honey ice cream and fireball whiskey caramel sauce. Yum! Give them a try at Tir Na Nog, 218 S. Blount St. Raleigh 27601 Website 




Fall Line at CT Weekends CT Weekends New fall lines are in!  Come see what's new.  Great lines such as Joseph Ribkoff.   CT Weekends Located in Cameron Village, 437 Daniels Street, Raleigh, NC. Hours Mon.- Sat. 10am-6pm.  Phone: 919-787-9073. Visit their new Website.  'Like Us' on Facebook and keep up with the new fashions arriving daily.  Like us on Facebook     




Openings at Our Lady of Lourdes School for this fall 2012 School Year - There are currently openings in the 3rd, 5th and 7th Grades at our Lady of Lourdes School.  If you are interested, please contact Pam Mueller, Director of Admissions, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School. 919- 861-4635. Website.  


Hunt & Gather Corn Pitcher Hunt & Gather on Bernard Street holds a Save After Six Shopping Night on the third Thursdays of each month.  On the third Thursday of each month you will find great markdowns, refreshments, and friendly faces at Hunt & Gather, 1910 Bernard Street, Raleigh 27608.  

From 6:00 to 8:00 pm, many dealers will have 20% and more off on selected items. Don't miss this opportunity!  Website. 

Gone with the Wind The Making of Gone with the Wind
now open.  The N.C. Museum of History is the only venue in the Southeast to feature this exhibit highlighting one of the most famous films in Hollywood history. The true story of how Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel became a record-breaking movie is revealed in Real to Reel, showcasing authentic memorabilia - costumes, scripts, screen tests, scene props, Vivien Leigh's Academy Award and more.

Kenna Custom Painting, Inc.  is available to tackle your residential painting needs.  With their great crews that perform very professional jobs on residential homes, you won't believe Paint Sampleshow quiet and unobtrusive they are.  So if you have that "itch" to freshen up your home, interior or exterior before springtime, contact them now.  Call 919-855-0082 or Email:  Website. 



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