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Come “Eat, Drink, and Play” at Dave & Buster’s in Cary Soon

Rachel Komonski, Peace Times Writer

November 1, 2013

Cary Towne Center Mall is one of the quietest malls in the Raleigh area but that is expected to change shortly. According to Cary Towne Center’s website, Dave & Buster’s, where you “eat, drink and play” will open on...

A Venue Review: Echostage

Jake Lawlis, Peace Times Writer

October 30, 2013

The east coast of America is exploding with electronic music. DJ/Producers are touring from Miami to New York City. Miami’s has some of the biggest night clubs in the world such as Liv and Mansion, but farther north is starting...

Rating Miley

Rating Miley

October 23, 2013

Grand Theft Auto V Hits New Level of Success

Katlyn Carter, Peace Times Writer

October 21, 2013

In just three short days after its September 17 release, Take-Two Entertainment’s Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) raked in more than $1 billion dollars. More than $800 million of that coming in on the first day of the games' release. This...

Music Festivals Could Put Small Towns On The Map

Jake Lawlis, Peace Times Writer

October 8, 2013

A couple of weeks ago, an electronic music festival was held right outside of Atlanta, in a small town called Chattahoochee Hills, for upwards of 140,000 people. The festival, TomorrowWorld, chose Chattahoochee Hills primarily...

Pocketful Of Money and a Cheap Date: Budget Friendly Movie Night

Sandy Nguyen, Peace Times Writer

October 2, 2013

With the weekend approaching, what’s a group of friends to do on a typical Thursday College Night that is somewhat cheap? Go see a movie at Carmike Blue Ridge 14 Cinema, also known as the $2 dollar movie theater. After purchasing...

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