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Weekend best bets: First Friday in downtown Raleigh

Posted January 7, 2021 9:00 a.m. EST

First Friday Raleigh

— We have your guide to socially distant fun at home and out and about.

Celebrate Downtown Raleigh's First Friday - Go on a self-guided scavenger hurt, check out new murals and enjoy specials on Friday in downtown Raleigh as part of First Friday.

Black Nativity continues - The Justice Theatre Project in Raleigh will presenting the Black Nativity virtually this year. The production, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, runs through Jan. 30.

A Very Tipsy Christmas at The Haymaker - The Haymaker on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh has been turned into a holiday wonderland through Jan. 16, but this year, capacity will be limited each night due to COVID-19. Each $40 guest admission includes one signature cocktail and a reserved seat.

Downtown Raleigh: Illuminate Art Walk - This self-guided art walk runs through Friday and includes light-based art throughout downtown.

Out and About's top 10 podcasts in 2020 - In its second year, the podcast had a record 82 episodes. Listen to the top 10 most listened to episodes.

List: Triangle restaurants that opened in 2020 - Despite the challenges, many new restaurants were able to open their doors this year.

List: Top 10 Out and About stories of the 2020 - These were the most-viewed stories from WRAL's Out and About this year.

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