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                                        March 18, 2013

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Home Tweet Home - 2013 Birdhouses on Parade at The Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill


Fine Feathers:  Is your favorite Feather Locklear back from her winter retreat in Palm Beach?  Well, before Birdhouses on Parade  she flies the coop again, perhaps you should give her a spacious birdhouse where she can spread her wings.  The Carolina Inn's 12th annual celebration of spring takes place from Saturday, March 23 through April 9.  It features one-of-a-kind birdhouses and feeders crafted by 17 different North Carolina artists.  Drop by anytime to enjoy these artist's creations (description) and get ideas on how to accessorize the great outdoors.  Also, check out these other Carolina Inn spring favorite events:


Easter Brunch:  Indulge in a delicious Easter Buffet Brunch on Sunday, March 31 from 11 am -2:30 pm at Carolina Crossroads Restaurant featuring both traditional brunch fare as well as carving stations, holidayEaster Brunch  entrées and more. Delight in this lavish holiday brunch prepared by Executive Chef James Clark and his extraordinary culinary team. Enjoy an amazing assortment of delectable dishes designed to delight the most sophisticated palates. $49.95 per person 13 and up. $44.95 seniors 60 plus. $19.95 children 7-12, children 6 and under complimentary. Reservations required.


Traditional Spring Favorite: Spring Afternoon Tea will be served at the Inn's cozy hotel lobby Thursday through Sunday during the event starting at 2:30 p.m. and features The Carolina Inn's floral teas with special high¬lights on Southern Pecan, Green Chai and Moroccan Mint. Accompaniments in¬clude an array of savory tea sandwiches, assorted sweets, and fresh baked scones served with our fresh lemon curd, English Devonshire cream and jams and preserves.


Make your reservations today by calling 919-918-2735 or learning more at




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Don't Get Stuck With Leftovers - Free Electronics Removal Service for Triangle Area
Waste Not, Want Not:  Are you a crap addict?  You know ... an old computer here, 5 iterations of cell Recycling  phones there, random cords everywhere?  And that microwave from the 80's that doubles as a nuclear testing sight ... Yeowzer!  Perhaps it's time to dispose of that clutter in a responsible, eco-friendly way.  Anything With a Plug
is a Raleigh-based business that recycles locally with a hassle-free and FREE electronics removal service.  Started in 2012 by Dennis Carter, the business originally focused on residential removal, but quickly expanded to serve businesses, community organizations, and governmental agencies.  They recycle everything locally in an environmentally sound manner. Almost nothing goes to the landfill.
The Cycle Continues: Basically, they accept anything with a plug (computers, kitchen appliances, printers & copiers, stereos, all types of cords and cables, CRT monitors & TV sets [except Projection-Style TVs], gameRecycling 2  consoles, batteries, & cell phones).  To eliminate any opportunity for data theft from computers, phones, etc. they use a powerful electromagnet that obliterates any lingering data before the item gets disassembled and sent for scrap. Your personal information will not be at jeopardy.
Have a question?  Anything With a Plug will be happy to get your Triangle area office, business, or residence worked into the pickup schedule. Or you can bring your items to their drop off location or to a specially scheduled Anything With a Plug Recycling Day (see below).  Their Drop-Off Location is at 1515 Capital Boulevard, Unit A, in Raleigh.  They are open every day from 8 am to 6 pm.  Phone: 919.610.3465; Contact Form,
March 20 Recyling Event: Get a jump start on your spring cleaning as will bring their truck and park it in front of the LGBT Center of Raleigh on Wednesday, March 20th, from 2 until 8 pm.  Twenty percent (20%) of all proceeds from items collected at the Center (or scheduled for pickup while you are at the Center on that day) goes back to the LGBT Center.  Location: LGBT Center of Raleigh: 411 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh. 
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A Sneak Peak! In next week's Buzz we'll help you get ready for Easter!  These Easter Baskets are one of a Baskets by Kim's Creations kind, representing the spiritual gift of Easter. They are offered in array of colors with complimenting beautiful ribbons. A beautiful keepsake for anyone!  You can find them at For Your Convenience in Raleigh.  Ask for Kim's Creations and Elizabeth's Edibles... Two very talented ladies creating beautiful and tasteful Easter gifts.  For Your Convenience: 233 Bickett Boulevard Raleigh, 27608 Phone: (919) 856-8560.  Read about these and much more next week.




Bailey's Fine Jewelry Bailey's Fine Jewelry Fights Local Hunger with Share the Love Campaign - Bailey's Fine Jewelry starting a movement to "fight hunger right here at home," through the introduction of its Share the Love campaign. For every ring purchased from the Bailey's Signature Collection of engagement and wedding jewelry, Bailey's will donate funds to purchase 360 meals to feed a local North Carolina family. The meal donations will be made through the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina via Feeding America. The Food Bank will distribute the meals to various food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, day care centers and elderly care programs around the area.


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Core Results: 1330 St. Mary's Street, Suite A00, Raleigh, 27605, Phone: (919) 946-1737,, Website. 




Paint Samples Kenna Custom Painting is available to tackle your residential painting needs.  With their great crews that perform very professional jobs on residential homes, you won't believe how 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.


Join My Blog Simply-Refined: We are an Interior Design team that can inspire and help you with your Simply-Refined Zaytoun Interiors designs and decorating needs.  We have been designing and decorating homes for over 20 years.  Please call for a consultation. We can serve with a whole design package, or just consulting job is too small.    

Call Zaytoun Interiors if you're finally ready to decorate or re-decorate your home or office.  What's your style?  If you're not sure, we can help you tap into your inner self and find what makes you want to come home again.  Website, Email, Phone: 305-793-8510. 



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