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Past articles by Dawn:

Highest-rated fine dining restaurants in the Triangle, according to OpenTable - Triangle Business Journal

For fine dining options, Triangle residents are choosing to eat local more and more. → Read More

How much does Franklin Street's Halloween bash cost Chapel Hill? - Triangle Business Journal

Each year, tens of thousands of people flood Franklin Street during Halloween night, accompanied by EMS workers and law enforcement, costing the town of Chapel Hill nearly $2 million in the last 10 years. → Read More

New luggage and gift shop slated for Cameron Village - Triangle Business Journal

Cameron Village will soon be the home of Raleigh's first Mori Luggage & Gifts. → Read More

Brewery district popping up in Raleigh's Five Points neighborhood - Triangle Business Journal

Several new breweries are cropping up along the southeast side of the Five Points neighborhood in Raleigh, between Atlantic and Glenwood avenues. → Read More

Sears at Cary Towne Center closing, 66 jobs to be cut - Triangle Business Journal

By mid-January, Sears at Cary Towne Center will close its doors. → Read More

Ray Price Capital City Bikefest expected to draw 100,000 - Triangle Business Journal

The 10th Annual Ray Price Capital City Bikefest, hosted by Ray Price Harley-Davidson of Raleigh, is gearing up for this weekend, and organizers expect around 100,000 people to attend. → Read More

Triangle women chefs converge to help James Beard Foundation benefit - Triangle Business Journal

Well-known women chefs from the region will converge at Coquette Brasserie for a dinner to benefit the James Beard Foundation scholarships. → Read More

Neuse River Brewing coming to Raleigh's Five Points - Triangle Business Journal

Neuse River Brewing Co. has settled on a location and is working to open by the end of December. → Read More

Where to access free Wi-Fi during World of Bluegrass - Triangle Business Journal

The International Bluegrass Music Association’s World of Bluegrass event coming to Raleigh in the next few weeks just got blogger friendly. → Read More

Remodeled City Club Raleigh opens in downtown - Triangle Business Journal

City Club Raleigh, a member of ClubCorp (NYSE: MYCC), has reopened after a $3 million investment that combined the Cardinal Club with the Capital City Club, located on the top floor of the Wells Fargo Capitol Center downtown. → Read More

Fall 'leaf-peepers' bring about $1B to N.C. tourism - Charlotte Business Journal

Appalachian State University economics professors estimate the changing fall leaves generate $1 billion for North Carolina in tourism revenue each year. → Read More

Farm Aid 2014 comes to Raleigh - Triangle Business Journal

Farm Aid, the traveling annual music festival with headliners such as Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Dave Matthews, has hit Raleigh’s Walnut Creek Amphitheater after months of planning. → Read More

Lil' Chef becomes Flour Power with new North Hills location - Triangle Business Journal

The North Hills kids' cooking studio has relocated and rebranded. → Read More

RDU could have nonstop flights to Frankfurt or Paris by 2016 - Triangle Business Journal

All the right pieces have to fall in place, but international flight growth could play in the Triangle's favor. → Read More

Carrboro spices up farmers' market with first pepper fest - Triangle Business Journal

For the first time, the People’s Peppers event will hit the Carrboro Farmers’ Market. → Read More

2014 Sir Walter Raleigh Awards winners (Photos) - Triangle Business Journal

The 2014 Sir Walter Raleigh Awards will be celebrated Tuesday night at a ceremony at the Contemporary Art Museum in downtown Raleigh. → Read More

How small festivals build Raleigh's brand as music destination - Triangle Business Journal

Hopscotch, Farm Aid, Beericana, World of Bluegrass and lots of little festivals in between are taking over the Triangle starting next week. Some say music is becoming part of Raleigh’s brand. → Read More

Museum of Natural Science expanding rural branch to Whiteville - Triangle Business Journal

The N.C. Museum of Natural Science is hoping to reach rural communities by revamping the Museum of Forestry in Whiteville. → Read More

Creedmoor's Silent Forest creator to bring paintball park to Holly Springs - Triangle Business Journal

Holly Springs could have a paintball park by the fall, if all goes well for Mark Tangherlini, the man behind Creedmoor's Silent Forest. → Read More

Raleigh's Tupelo Honey Cafe to design interior with $2M - Triangle Business Journal

The owners of Tupelo Honey Café in Asheville are making sure the interior of the new Raleigh location reflects the city, and meanwhile has begun accepting job applications. → Read More