A Sneak Peek of Raleigh Magazine’s April 2022 Issue

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Get excited! Raleigh Magazine’s April issue drops April 1—and will be on stands around town and delivered to your doors and mailboxes! If you can’t wait until then, here’s a quick look at some of the stories we have in store. (Subscribe now or by April 5 to have the April issue delivered straight to your mailbox—with a peel-off label to boot… for a steal of just $10/year!)

Hot Tickets

Brewgaloo 2019
Brewgaloo | Photo by RL Photography

If we learned anything in the last two years, it’s that life’s short (and unexpected)—so buy the damn tickets. If you thought 2021 was gonna be Raleigh gone wild before pandemic part II spoiled our plans… just wait for ’22. Events are back for real now—and bigger and better and cooler than ever. And people are amped up and willing to drop all the dollars. We give you a preview of your “hot ticket” year ahead. So get ready, Raleigh… it’s about to be lights out.

Give Peace a Chance

The Yard

Raleigh Magazine gets the exclusive release on what’s coming to the intersection of Peace and Glenwood. … Dubbed The Yard, this hip new social hub (think shipping containers filled with bars and unique food concepts spread among abundant outdoor space with fire pits, games and the like) is bound to be your new fave DTR hangout spot. 

How ‘bout Them Apples

East Bower Cider Co.

Raleigh’s first cidery is opening this spring (!) and Raleigh Magazine got the exclusive first look inside. East Bower Cider Co.—opening inside the new East End Market and so named for its greenery-filled taproom—will fall somewhere between Bull City Cider’s more straightforward commercial operation and Botanist & Barrel’s experimental and wild-fermented approach.

Under the Gin-fluence

Libations 317 Gin & Tonic
Libations 317

Not all gin & tonics are created equal. To fete National Gin & Tonic Day April 9, gin-lover and RM Publisher Gina Stephens gives the inside scoop on the top 5 gin & tonic twists in Raleigh you should be sipping now—with a bonus gin pick to boot. We’re calling it now: gin and tonics are going to be the drink of the summer!

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Angela Brown
Angela Brown is the author of our Business & Economy section.