November 9, 2015
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Pop In for Pop-Ups & Pop-ular Ippolita

We've got popular Ippolita and pop-ups to pop in and pop out of this week. Say that 3 three times! No tongue twister kidding... We're sharing some popping hot finds! After all it's only three weeks before Thanksgiving.

Designer Ippolita, of Ippolita jewelry, will make a personal appearance at Bailey's Fine Jewelry in Cameron Village on Saturday, Nov. 14 to promote the latest Ippolita collection. The Ippolita trunk show will run from 10am to 5:30pm with designer, Ippolita in-store from 10am to 2pm.

"The Ippolita line is revered worldwide and features some of the most popular pieces we carry," said Trey Bailey, of Bailey's Fine Jewelry. "It's an honor to have such an esteemed designer like Ippolita back in our store to show off her latest designs."

Ippolita's line is heavily influenced by her artistic background. Born and raised in Italy, Ippolita attended the Instituto d'Arte where she earned a Baccalaureate in Sculpture. She began designing jewelry in 1993 and by 1994, Ippolita's jewelry design house was up and running. The Ippolita line is based in New York, but is carried by all major retailers across the US and in Canada, Hong Kong and Europe.

Ippolita's handcrafted jewelry line consists of silver, gold and rosť pieces. The line is modern and maintains an impressive presence in today's fashion industry. Bailey's Fine Jewelry is one of the highest grossing retailers of Ippolita in the state and one of only five stores in the US that she'll personally visit this year.
                                                                                                                                             
About Bailey's Fine Jewelry - Founded in 1948, Bailey's Fine Jewelry is a family owned-and-operated company with stores in Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Greenville and Fayetteville. Bailey's offers jewelry from today's most esteemed designers, exquisite diamonds, estate jewelry, fashion accessories, fine timepieces and gifts. With an emphasis on customer satisfaction, personalized services include custom design, watch and jewelry repair, appraisal and bridal registry. Steeped in family tradition, Bailey's is one of the most well-regarded and innovative jewelry stores in North Carolina and is best known for its distinctive 'Bailey Box' slogan. For more information, please call toll-free (866)725-3111 or visit their website.

Bailey's Fine Jewelry - 415 Daniels St. Raleigh,27605. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am-6-pm, Thus. 10am-8pm, Sat. 10am-5:30pm. Website

Flight, a Pop-Up Shop on17 E. Martin Street, in downtown Raleigh had its grand opening this past weekend and will remain opened through all of November and December from Mondays through Saturday at 11am to 7pm, and Sundays 11am to 5pm.

The concept of Flight is to fill an empty retail space with something colorful, creative and charitable! Deco Raleigh is partnering with Edge of Urge to offer a unique, curated collection of great gifts and gadgets, most of which you won't be able to find anywhere else in Raleigh (including their own stores!).

The Mission of Flight is a citizen-organized fund designed to propel creative urban projects with private donations that fuel the fund. Creative people apply for support. They give them grants and cool things happen. 10% of all sales will be donated to help others  who will use the Flight Fund.

The Downtown Raleigh Alliance encouraged this pop-up through securing a location as part of its strategy to activate empty storefronts and promote retail in downtown.

Flight - 17 East Martin Street, Raleigh 27601. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11am-7pm, Sun. 11am-5pm. Website.

Nofo at the Pig in Five Points, is hosting a pop-up shop each Thursday from 4pm to 6pm now through the end of the year with Strong Arm Baking Company. Strong Arm Baking Company will provide fresh, handmade baked goods, and will also take special orders for Thanksgiving.  And If you are interested in a weekly offering of fresh breads and pastries you can sign up for Strong Arm's Bread-Share.

Strong Arm Baking Company located along the Tar River in Granville County just North of Raleigh offers some of the finest artisan breads, pastries, and treats using local ingredients and seasonal produce. Strong Arm strives to introduce fresh ideas and products to the tables of local individuals looking to support their neighborhood baker.

Perfect for holidays and family gatherings, let Strong Arm bake you fresh loaves of sourdoughs, ciabatta and other fun breads out of their wood fired oven. Sign up for the pastry plus to sample some of Strong Arm's seasonal pastries, baked fresh every morning.

Please note: Since Thanksgiving (Nov 26) is on a Thursday, Strong Arm will be at Nofo on Wednesday, Nov. 25th for folks to pick up their Thanksgiving orders.

Strong Arm Baking Company - Email info@strongarmbaking.com, Phone (828)400-4826. Website.

Nofo @ the Pig - 2014 Fairview Rd, Raleigh, NC 27608 Phone (919)821-1240. Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun. 10am-3pm. Website.



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Duck Donuts and Rise Biscuits & Donuts in the Triangle

Two doughnut shops in the Triangle offer innovative and eclectic flavors sure to arouse your curiosity and taste buds. Crowds spill onto the sidewalks as if everyday is Black Friday and doughnuts were price-slashed consumer electronics at Duck Donuts and Rise Biscuits & Donuts. Both have joined the national movement to rescue the doughnut from the "doldrums of mass production" as they've created artisanal gourmet flavors.    

"Warm Delicious and Made to Order" is Duck Donuts slogan, and they're true to their promise. Duck Donuts are always hot because they only make them to order... as you watch them fry your donuts, add the Coatings of your choice, (Icing such as; maple, lemon, chocolate, vanilla or sugars such as powdered & cinnamon) and then topping them off with your choice of Toppings. (coconut, chocolate & rainbow sprinkles, pecans or bacon)

Duck Donuts started in 2007 when Russell DiGilio was vacationing in the Outer Banks and decided that a doughnut shop would fill a void in the market. DiGilio partnered with Robin Griffith, who was already working in food management, and they opened two shops, one in Duck and the other in Kitty Hawk, NC.

Duck's locations in the Triangle are Wrenn Plaza at 100 Wrenn Drive in Cary and coming very soon at Raleigh's Towne North, 8323 Creedmoor Road.

This family-oriented shop assures you'll love their decadent cake-like donuts with warm icings and more toppings that top it off. There's nothing like a freshly made warm donut or two or three... along with a piping hot good cup of coffee!

Duck Donuts Cary - Wrenn Plaza at 100 Wrenn Dr. Suite 101, Cary, 27511. Ph: (919) 468-8722. Hours: Sun - Tues: 6am - 3pm, Wed - Sat: 6am - 7pm.

Duck Donuts Raleigh
- Coming Soon... Towne North at 8323 Creedmoor Rd, Raleigh, 27613. Website.

Rise Biscuits and Donuts recently opened its first franchise location in Park West Village shopping center in Morrisville, and this Friday and Saturday at Sutton Square, 6325 Falls of Neuse Rd. will open it's first Raleigh shop. The Rise flagship location is in Durham near the Streets at Southpoint and has been open since 2012 with a simple vision...serve great food at an affordable price point, made with premium quality ingredients by people who care.

Before opening his tiny biscuit and doughnut shop in 2012, chef Tom Ferguson drove cross-country to sample the best of both comfort foods, and came back inspired. His huge, flaky biscuits are served with unusual combinations of local toppings like fried green tomatoes and pimento cheese. His donuts features an assortment of old school (like; plain glazed, chocolate icing, Bavarian cream w chocolate icing filled), and new school specialty donuts with interesting and unusual flavors (such as; apple fritter, oreo, maple bacon bar, creme burlee filled and pumpkin spice latte).

Rise biscuit menu features everyday favorite fillings like country ham, bacon, sausage, fried chicken, and fried eggplant "bacon," as well as a variety of cheeses, spreads, and eggs. You choose it, they'll make it. Rise biscuit and donut specialty offerings change monthly, and each Rise location features its own, unique specialty biscuit & donut each month.

Come celebrate Sutton Squares's Grand Opening with festivities on Friday, Nov. 13th, 12-2pm with free donuts and preview of the new store. And Saturday, Nov. 14th, 7am-2pm with 25% of opening day sales donated to local schools. Vote for your school on their Facebook page.

Rise - North Raleigh Sutton Square - 6325 Falls of Neuse Rd.
Grand Opening Friday, Nov. 13th, 12-2pm. Free donuts and preview the new store.
Grand Opening Saturday, Nov. 14th, 7am-2pm. 25% of opening day sales donated to local schools. Vote for your school on our Facebook page.
Open Daily 7am - 2pm. Website.

Rise - Park West Village - 1100 Market Center Dr. Morrisville, 27560. Ph: (919)377-0385. Hours: Open Daily 7am - 2pm. Website.

Rise - Raleigh Cameron Village - Coming Soon! Website.

If your taste buds are up for something new, give Rise Biscuits & Donuts and Duck Donuts a try!


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in Cameron Village invites you to a Bobbi Brown Makeover this Thursday, November 12. It will be all day from 10am to 6pm. Three fabulous artists will be available give makeovers, while having fun and answering any and all of your questions.
Refreshments will be served and gifts to all who come and play with these artists!
Call Certain Things for an appointment or just show up and get treated to a fabulous makeover!
Certain Things - 404 Daniels St. Raleigh's Cameron Village, 27605. Ph: 919-828-5055. Hours: Mon-Sat. 10am-6pm. Sun. 1pm-5pm. Website.

Bridge of Spies -  Film Screening (starring Tom Hanks) and Q&A, Benefitting The Cold War Museum is Saturday, November 14 at 5:30pm at Carmike 15 Theater - 5501 Atlantic Springs Rd. Raleigh.
The gripping account of the shoot-down of Pilot Francis Gary Powers and America's Secret U-2 Spy Plane over the USSR May Day 1960.

Tickets are $20/person. Event proceeds to benefit The Cold War Museum. Click Here to Reserve Your Seats.
Following the movie there will be a Q&A session with Francis Gary Powers, Jr, son of U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers; and book signing for "Operation Overflight" to follow Feature Presentation. First come, first seated. No assigned seats.

The Cold War Museum is an all-volunteer operation dedicated to honoring Cold War Veterans and preserving Cold War history. 100% of your donations and membership fees are directed to preserving artifacts and educating the public about the Cold War.

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 311 Gallery - Till November28 at 311 Gallery: Raleigh Warehouse District Plein Air Juried Show. Small paintings produced onsite during the October Warehouse District Plein Air Paintout and other plein air paintings are the focus of the November show at 311 Gallery. The First Friday Opening Reception is November 6 from 6:00 to 10:00 pm. Normal hours Thursday-Saturday 11:30 to 4:30.
311 Gallery - 311 W. Martin St. Raleigh 27601. Website

Photo left: Artist, Rick Bennett, plein air painting. 

Share the Pie - StepUp Ministry in Raleigh and Alliance Medical Ministry have teamed up this Thanksgiving. Local bakeries have donated thanksgiving themed pies that will be available for purchase with all proceeds supporting StepUp and Alliance Medical Ministry. To help with this fundraiser, Click Here to purchase your Thanksgiving Pies.
Pumpkin, Pecan or Chocolate pies for Thanksgiving are $25/pie or $45 for 2 pies. Pick up dates are Nov. 24 or 25.  
 
2.99% Home Equity Line of Credit -Use for Home Improvements, Debt Consolidation, College Tuition and more. Call Stephen J. Waters, III, Personal Banker. 2101 Clark Avenue, Cameron Village Raleigh, NC 27605.     
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Blaise is paying for his high school tennis. He has all the supplies and uses professional products. If you don't own a hose, he will bring one. He cleans the inside (vacuuming and cleaning all surfaces) and washes the outside. He will come to you. Prices: Cars $30, SUV's $40. Contact: Blaise Waters (305)903-1550 (texting is best!)

Did You Know?  For every $100 spent at a locally-owned business, $68 stays in the local economy compared to only $43 if spent at a national chain. Please support our local businesses!  This is what the Beltline Buzz is all about.

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