March 9, 2015
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Made from Scratch Gourmet - REAL Kitchen & Market

You have lots of culinary talents (eating, snacking, nibbling). Cooking isn't one of them.
Lisa Wheatley eats people like you for dinner (not really). This High Point, NC chef owns a catering company and Gourmet Food-to-Go service and delivers her gourmet meals to Raleigh's For Your Convenience retail shop in Five Points. The freezer stays stocked with REALLY good ready-to-bake entrees to-go.

Convenience and good food is what REAL Kitchen & Market is all about. REAL Kitchen & Market is known for their homemade all-time favorite Chicken Pie, a delicious pie made of chunky chicken breast with creamy sauce and a homemade pastry dough topping, ready to bake.

There's More Chicken! - Take home a few different chicken dishes to store in your freezer such as the Chicken Asparagus Bake; made of chicken, orzo, asparagus and creamy cheese sauce or the Chicken Tetrazzini; made with chicken breast with cheese and creamy mushroom filling over linguine, or the Chicken Spinach Lasagna; chunks of chicken breast with spinach layered with sauce and cheeses, or the Chicken Spinach and Artichoke; chicken with spinach, artichokes and parmesan. Or...just take home one of each!

The Freezer's Got More Than Just Chicken - REALLY Italian Lasagna; ground beef and Italian sausage with cheeses layered with marinara sauce. Veggie Lasagna; black beans, corn, red peppers and fresh tomatoes, with cheese blend. REAL Enchiladas To-Go are freshly made Beefy Enchiladas; seasoned ground beef with red enchilada sauce and lots of cheese, REAL Cheesy and Creamy Chicken Enchiladas; flour tortillas stuffed with marinated chicken, jack and cheddar cheeses, topped with a mild cream sauce, and Veggie Enchiladas; filled with fresh red peppers, yellow corn and black beans. (Note:Lasagnas and Enchiladas are available in vegetarian portions.)

For the time-crunched and kitchen-challenged, REAL Kitchen & Market Gourmet Foods-to-Go at For Your Convenience (233 Bickett Blvd) in the Five Points area of Raleigh is the real deal!

For Your Convenience - 233 Bickett Blvd. Raleigh, 27608. 919-856-8560. Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. Website.
Real Kitchen & Market - 136 W. Lexington Ave. High Point, NC 336-882-2299. Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-9pm. Website

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Paint the Town Green in 2015!  Raleigh Celebrating St. Patrick's Day

The Raleigh St. Patrick's Day Parade and the Wearin' 'O the Green Festival Parade celebrate the St. Patrick and Irish and Celtic Traditions and Culture is this Saturday, March 14th starting at 10:00 am. The festival has lots of food and drink, activities for kids on Leprechaun Lane. The Irish Village will have Celtic inspired jewelry and arts and crafts. Live music will be on the Shamrock 'n Roll Stage and Pipers and Dancers will be at the Celtic Street Stage all afternoon!

Hibernian Co. and Napper Tandy's are proud to announce the annual St. Patrick's Day celebration in downtown Raleigh's Glenwood South district slated for Saturday, March 14th this year. They are shutting down Glenwood Ave. again for a fun party! This great event will be held from noon until 11:00 pm on the 300 and 400 blocks of Glenwood Avenue. The first portion of the festival is a free-entry event, open to the public until 4:00 pm at which time there will be an entry fee of $5 until 11PM.

Live music with Love Tribe and Night Shift, cold beverages, and great food will be available at this annual Irish Celebration in downtown Raleigh. One new addition this year is the partnership with the local non-profit Shop Local Raleigh and introducing a host of local and regional vendors to the event. A portion of the proceeds from the festival will benefit Shop Local Raleigh and the Greater Raleigh Merchants Association.

For more information on the Glenwood Avenue St. Patrick's Day Festival visit their  Website.  

At the NC Museum of History - Get in the mood for St. Patrick's Day with the Irish and Celtic sounds of Barleycorn & Rye. This group's acoustic folk music includes a mix of jigs, reels, and ballads that will have you tapping your feet and wanting to dance. For the youngsters in your family, this month's Time for Tots features a special program on the history of St. Patrick's Day. Make sure to wear your green!

In addition to celebrating St. Patrick's Day, the museum will delve into the state's rich military history with two events. First, hear about the Battle of Bentonville, the largest Civil War battle fought in North Carolina, and about recent archaeological work to find the location of a lost Confederate cemetery on the battlefield. Then, explore a more recent military conflict with Vietnam Veterans Day Weekend. During this event, you can meet Vietnam veterans and see helicopters, a 1/8-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall, and much more, including three performances of a play by North Carolina Vietnam veteran Ron Harris.

Take advantage of these programs  and others in March at the museum. Admission is free unless otherwise noted. Parking in the area is free on weekends. Website.

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CT Weekends - Monica Graves Trunk Show Wednesday, March 11th. Want to add dazzle to your outfit? Do you have a wedding or event coming up and need that perfect piece? Bring your items in and Monica will design a custom piece just for you! Don't want to wait? She'll have styles available to purchase that day.
C.T. Weekends - 437 Daniels St. Cameron Village, Raleigh 27606. 919-787-9073. Website


311 Gallery - The March 4-27 Exhibition at 311 Gallery, 311 West Martin Street, Raleigh, is KINDRED SPIRITS-the colorful and vibrant paintings of Ivan Guayasamin, one of the last living indigenous artists of South America, and Tunde Afolayan-Famous, a Nigerian-born artist now painting in Boone, NC. These paintings celebrate the joys, sorrows, and passions of life. Reception First Friday, March 6, 6-9 pm. Website



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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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