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We Give Thee Thanks for Boulted Bread

Boulted Bread on 614 W. South Street has come a long way since their grand opening just three months ago. They are excited to announce their Thanksgiving offerings: Apple Pie, Grits Bread, and Brioche Rolls. Its time to place an order and give thanks for Boulted Bread!

The Apple Pie is definitive of the season. And Boulted Bread's pies are made with cultured organic butter, stone ground spelt, stone ground in-house NC soft wheat, NC apples, maple syrup from Butternut Mountain Farm in Vermont, and organic cane sugar. This pie is a humble rendition of the American classic.

Boutled Bread's Grits Bread is a combination of a popular southern colonial era Thirded Bread and a more common corn bread. Thirded Bread made use of the popular and available southern grains of corn and rye while being more conservative with the more luxurious, expensive, and harder to grow wheat. Grits Bread is made up of stone ground heirloom grits, stone ground cornmeal, and some heirloom Red Turkey wheat flour. The grains are soaked in organic cream and Maple View Farms buttermilk, and the bread is naturally leavened. The result is a pan loaf that is rich, tender, and sliceable. Grits Bread is reminiscent of corn bread, grit cakes, and a hearty whole grain bread with excellent keeping qualities. It is an amazing bread probably unlike most you've had before. They're offering samples at the shop on Thursday, Nov. 20th, a week before Thanksgiving and in time to place your order.  

The Brioche Rolls come in packs of half dozen or full dozen. The bakers had the pleasure of tweaking their classic brioche recipes over the last month, and arrived with a roll that is both soft, light, and tender while having a great depth of flavor from natural leavening and cultured butter. It has been designed specifically to be a part of your holiday plate.

If you'd like any of Boulted Bread's wonderful daily baked breads, pies or pastries, click here to pre-order and reserve yours now. Boulted Bread will be taking orders until Sunday, November 23rd. Pick up your  Thanksgiving orders are on Wednesday, November 26 from 12:30-6:30 PM. This will guarantee your breads and pies to be fresh and delicious.  

On a regular baking day - The bread makers begin baking at 5am to bake pastries, which are available when the shop opens at 7. Breads that keep well like leavens, are also cooked in the morning. By noon you'll find the more delicate breads like crusty baguettes and fluffy ciabatta, ready to slice for lunch or take home for dinner. Long lasting rye sits neatly packaged on a tall rack, awaiting pick up orders.

We give thee thanks for Boulted Bread! Website

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The Rest of the Story - VIETRI Event at Belk Nov.15th

In a world of mass-production and predictable design, VIETRI maintains its vision of celebrating handmade, heritage-inspired collections that support the history of Italy. Skilled in their craft of sculpting, painting or designing, their artisans use centuries-old techniques passed down through many generations. Each piece is authentic and unique, born from the earth and inspired by Italy; a true work of art to be treasured for its one of a kind characteristics.

Join Belk at Crabtree Valley Mall as they host Alessandro Taddei, maestro of VIETRI's Old St. Nick Collection for an irresistibly Italian celebration. Alessandro will share his inspirations behind the beloved collection and will sign your VIETRI purchases with Italian phrases!

Alessandro Taddei is the maestro artisan behind this most popular Christmas pattern. With over 30 years of experience in ceramics and an education at the Montelupo School for Ceramics, Alessandro is a visionary in the ceramic world. He has painted in the same Tuscan factory since 1991 and has won national awards for his talents.

There is nothing quite like these Italian designed, handcrafted products. You can feel the life, love and passion that is put into every piece.

Saturday, November 15, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM Belk-Raleigh's Crabtree Valley Mall. Ph: 919.782.7010 Ext 309
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You Are Invited to our Holiday Open House! Celebrate the Holidays at Hunt & Gather, 1910 Bernard Street, Saturday, November 15, 10AM-6PM and Sunday, November 16, 1PM-5PM. Enjoy Christmas cheer and find warm, holiday inspiration in a winter wonderland!  Wonderful holiday sales throughout the store!  The perfect time to find the most unique gifts for everyone on your list! Treat yourself to something special too, and enjoy refreshments while you shop! Website.     



Burning Coal Theatre stages this premiere original dramatization of the history of Rotary in North Carolina and the leaders who shaped the growth of Raleigh. The play is written by former Piedmont Laureate Ian Finley and staged in the Burning Coal performance space in the Murphey School building on the corner of Polk and Person Streets in downtown Raleigh.  The modest admission fee of $20 per ticket will benefit the nonprofit Theatre.  NOTE:  To purchase tickets, please click here.
Performances take place on Friday, November 21 and Saturday, November 22 at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday, November 23 matinee at 2:00 p.m. Estimated run time: 1.5 hours. Website.

Neuse Riverkeeper Benefit Concert featuring Pierce Pettis is Friday, November 21st at 8pm at the RallyPoint Sport Grill - 837 Bass Pro Lane Cary, 27513.
Benefit concert for the Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation featuring acclaimed singer/songwriter Pierce Pettis, who has written songs for Garth Brooks, Joan Baez and others. Concert is free but anyone who makes a donation will be entered into a raffle to win a special kayak donated by Sweetwater Brewing. For more information, call 919-678-1088 or visit Website.


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Shop Talk - Free Ladies' Car Care Clinic at Atlantic Tire & Service Wednesday, Nov. 19 from 6-8 pm at 8681 Marvino Lane (near CarMax). This special event, taught by Atlantic Tire's ASE and TIA Certified mechanics, will provide guests with hands-on demonstrations and professional tips on vehicle maintenance and safety.
A fun, interactive evening filled with complimentary food, wine and other drinks, giveaways, a chance to win gift cards from Kohls, Target and The Angus Barn, plus hands-on instruction including the following: How to make your car last longer, How and when to check fluids, The proper way to jump-start your battery, How to check air pressure and tread on your tires, How to change a tire.
If planning to attend contact Atlantic Tire by calling (919) 319-1614 and for Melanie or contact them on Facebook.  


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I am a High School student athlete looking to pay for my athletics. I have all my supplies and I use professional products. If you don't own a hose, I will bring one. I clean the inside (vacuuming and cleaning all surfaces) and wash the outside. I will come to you. Prices: Cars $25, SUV's $30. Contact: Blaise Waters at or (305)903-1550 (texting is best!) For more info click here.


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