May 25, 2015
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Party Like It's 1965 - Studio 123 Grand Re-Opening Party June 5-7

When converting past styles into present tense, it's easy to get lost in translation. Unless you're as talented as Martha Richardson, Molly Rohde and Charlotte Smith, owners of Studio 123. These pickers are sitting pretty with perfectly polished vintage furnishings at their new location of Studio 123, 1505 Capital Blvd. #15.

Come celebrate the reopening and much larger space on Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7. Browse the 15,000 square foot space filled with resurrected furniture and treasures transformed from ordinary to extraordinary while enjoying cocktails and horderves from Chirba Chirba as well as a chance to win great raffle prizes. Raffle ticket proceeds will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Wake Co.

Studio 123's grand opening party begins at 10am till 8pm on Friday and Saturday and on Sunday, from 12 noon till 5:00pm.

Hunters, Gathers, and Hoarders, Oh My! You love the character of vintage furnishings, but with all the peeling paint, rust, and old wiring, they can be a little scary up close. No worries at Studio 123 because Martha, Molly and Charlotte are serious collectors who troll through antique shops and yard sales that line the streets from New England to the deep South. These pickers dig, haggle, and fall in love with unlikely ephemera of new and vintage furniture, custom painted, art and accessories from every era. They'll eliminate your fear by restoring, lacquering, cleaning, painting or polishing vintaged furniture to look like new again. Rewire, lamps and chandeliers and perfectly polish accessories & knickknacks that make the piece look at home.

Eclectic mixes of colorful traditional, contemporary and vintage decor along with various pieces from local artisans make it fun to check out Studio 123's treasures. The stock is always changing, so you're sure to find something new and unique every time you go. See? There's nothing to be afraid of.

Studio 123 - 1505 Capital Blvd. #15, Raleigh,27604. (919) 600-8051, Email.
Hours: Monday - Saturday-10am to 6:30pm, Sundays-12 noon to 5pm. Website, View on Instagram, Like us on Facebook.  


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Brew Ha Ha - Bottle Revolution Grand Opening May 30 @ Greystone Village

Cool. Smooth. With just enough going on up top. Yeah, you'd tap that. Don't get ahead of yourself. We're talking about Bottle Revolution Grand Opening May 30th at Greystone Village Shopping Center off Leadmine Road in North Raleigh (next to Gonza Tacos y Tequila).

Thirsty for brewskies? Thirsty for knowledge? These craft label enthusiasts cover all the bases. Here's what's so special about Bottle Revolution:

At Bottle Revolution everything may be sold in singles. For the beer geeks who want to constantly try new things, this is key, as you don't have to commit to a six pack for new beers you'd like to try for the first time.

The domestic selection is the best in Raleigh. They have their usual selection of the common good beers, but they also cycle through the new brews quite often. There are usually four to six  high quality drafts available. When they run special events, the draft quality goes off the charts.

Service is amazing with all friendly and extremely helpful staff who really know their beers.
13 Beers on Tap always at the beautifully crafted tasting bar with hundreds of Beers and Wines.

Beer and Wine Garden (outdoor seating on front plaza)

Private room (reserve for meetings, catered dinners, etc)

Beer of the Month Club ( Father's Day gift ever, sign up starting next week, stay tuned)

Ted Gross, owner of the first Bottle Revolution shop on Lake Boone Trail has entered into a licensing agreement with the new location's owners, Jon Seier and Bucky Van Nortwick, a regular customer who previously owned a craft beer business.

The 2,000-square-foot store's Grand Opening Party is Saturday, May 30, 3pm to close (Beer, Bands, Appetizers). The store will have eight beers on draft as well as four wines on tap and a larger emphasis on wine.

Bottle Revolution 3 - 7713 Lead Mine Rd, #47, Raleigh, 27615. (919) 526-7262.Like us on Facebook

Bottle Revolution1 - 4025 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, NC, (919) 885-4677 

Bottle Revolution 2 - 10970 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 116, Morrisville, NC (919) 925-2337

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Spring Sale Continues at C.T. Weekends with a large selection of spring dresses, tunics & tops 50% Off.
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Eggistentialism 2.0 Juried Show at
311 Gallery - Eggistentialism is a charity benefit juried show celebrating all things chicken that is co-sponsored by 311 Gallery and Tipping Paint Gallery. It is presented annually in May to coincide with the Tour D'Coop of urban gardens and chicken coops. A portion of the entry fees and sales from this show support programs of the Urban Ministries of Raleigh. Website.

311 Gallery - 311 West Martin St. Raleigh, 27601. Hours: Wed.-Sat. 11:30am-4:00pm. 



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