August 29, 2016
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Lucy! I'm Home - Tropical Picken Chicken Down Home Latin-American Eats

Some of you may have heard about Tropical Picken Chicken but haven't had the chance to visit. No flights needed no passport required. Today is a great day to stop by and see what everyone's talking about. Tropical Picken Chicken is an authentic Puerto Rican, Cuban restaurant on the corner of Old Wake Forest and Six Forks Rd. and its original one in Wake Forest, NC.

There's nothing fancy with Latin memorabilia on the walls and ceilings, classic Salsa music always playing, but most importantly, the aroma of flavorful foods roam through the air making everything on the menu irresistible. The minute you step into the restaurant the aroma of roasted tropical chicken will immediately transcend you to a Caribbean Island.

The Tropical Picken Chicken menu calls itself out more specifically as Puerto Rican, Dominican and Cuban food so the menu covers a variety of food types from the Caribbean Islands. Classics dishes such as Mofongo, Chuleta Kan Kan, Pollo Guisado, Sweet Plantains, Arepas, Alcapurrias, Pasteles, Empandas, Arroz con Pollo and Miami Style Cuban sandwiches make it hard to decide. Click Here for menu.

You'll just have to frequent Tropical Picken Chicken often and try them all. Bienvenidos mi Amigos!

Tropical Picken Chicken Raleigh - 404 E Six Forks Rd, Raleigh, NC 27609
Ph: 919-703-0661
Tropical Picken Chicken Wake Forest - 2010 s Main St, Wake Forest, NC 27587. Ph: 919-435-6812
Open from 11am to 10pm Mon-Sun. Website.

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Showing its Southern Hospitality - Southern Ideal Home Show

The Southern Ideal Home Show, the Triangle's largest home and garden event, is focusing on all of the local talent the region has to offer in its fall show, Sept. 23-25 in Raleigh. The three-day showcase will be held at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds and will feature more than 300 top area professionals in home and garden.
This fall's show will mark the debut of the Showcase of Local Artists, a new feature in which Triangle-area artists will exhibit their paintings, sculpture, woodwork, pottery and other hand-crafted items. Featured artists include: Simone Barbe, Kimberly Edwards, Dale Edwards, Karen Furman, Celtic Pottery Studio, Debby Loflin, Setton McGlennon, J&M Copper Art, Allan Montague, Mike Shinn and Lisa Skeen. Held in the Exposition Center, show guests can shop and support the artists by taking home one-of-a-kind pieces.
In addition to the Showcase of Local Artists, the Southern Ideal Home Show is teaming up with local restaurants, breweries and wineries for the fourth annual Brews and Bites, an event highlighting food and drinks from nearby businesses. Sip on some suds from North Carolina breweries and sample savory bites from local chefs in the Jim Graham Building.
Delicious tastings will be available all three days of the show as Triangle brew masters and top chefs rotate appearances and menu items. And best of all, there's no additional cost: tastings are included with your admission ticket. Local businesses providing samples during Brews and Bites include: Adams Vineyards, b. Good, Big Boss Brewery, Bull City Ciderworks, Capital City Chophouse, City Barbeque, Fogwood Foods, White Street Brewing and Zoe's Kitchen.
Advance tickets are available at Walgreen's locations throughout the Triangle. Tickets are available at the door for $9 and online for $8, and children under 15 are free with a paying adult. Friday is 55+ Day (tickets are $7 for anyone 55 and older) and Hero Day (free admission for active and former military, police, fire or EMT with valid identification). Parking is available and free of cost. For more information, visit website.

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Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk - Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016
5 p.m. - 10 p.m. Research Triangle Park: The Frontier, 800 Park Offices Drive, RTP, NC 27709.
Organized by the Stephen Siller, Tunnel to Towers Foundation in recognition of the 15th anniversary of 9/11, and honoring those who sacrificed their lives on that day as well as all first responders and military heroes. Proceeds will benefit the Building for America's Bravest program, which builds specially adapted homes for catastrophically injured service members. All ages welcome. Featuring food trucks, music, children's activities, fundraising incentives, teams of firefighters, and more. $30 for adults; $25 for first responders, and active or retired military; $20 for ages 15 to 17; free for 14 and under. Register Here

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