Allie Remhof

Allie Remhof

City Editor, RALtoday

Allie has lived in Raleigh since 2015, transplanted from Dayton, OH, and is a 2023 graduate of NC State University — go Pack! Allie worked on the editorial board of NC State’s newspaper, Technician, and wrote about culture, news and sports. Outside of creating content, Allie can be found watching movies, going to local baseball games, and cooking elaborate meals.

It’s finally summer for Wake County kids, and if you’re already feeling the heat on summer activities, this summer bucket list just for kids has you covered.
With over 200,000 followers on Instagram, Raleigh-based influncer Magnolia Megan sat down with RALtoday to talk all things pageantry, North Carolina, and being an influencer.
We recently took to Instagram to ask our followers their best “hacks” for life in Lakeland — here’s what they came up with.
June is Pride Month, and Raleigh is showing out in style. Head to these six events around Oak City to show your pride and celebrate the local LGBTQ+ community.
We curated a list of places and groups in Raleigh to get social and have a great time — from strictly fun to expanding your network.
Dig into delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian fare in every corner of Raleigh.
Anyone can cook — and we think you should try. These Raleigh cooking + wine classes can teach someone who’s starting from scratch or elevate a skilled home chef.
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Modern museum exhibit meets real, working paleontology lab at this one-of-a-kind interactive dino experience.
You shared tunes that have connections to the City of Oaks and we added them to our Raleigh playlist.
Take a deep breath and let it all out. Let yourself weep in public at these eight places to cry in Raleigh.
The Canes prevented a sweep by the New York Rangers and have forced a Game 6 with two huge wins. Grab some Canes merch to support the home team ahead of the rest of the 2024 NHL Playoffs.
Jam out to your favorite tunes all summer long at these live performances coming to the Triangle this summer.
If you’ve got a creative muscle you’re itching to flex, try these seven crafty spots around Raleigh, including one-off painting classes and workshops to start a new hobby.
Whether you’re brand new to the city or still getting your bearings, we want to take some time to share pressing questions + Raleigh pro tips.
We talked with the executive director of biking nonprofit Oaks & Spokes about cycling infrastructure, Raleigh’s cycling scene, and upcoming events for National Bike Month.
Beer drinkers can rate brews all over the world on the popular app Untappd — here are some of Raleigh’s most popular beers. Don’t forget to save this one for lager.
Make the most of the warm weather with this list of the best local events and activities happening this summer in Raleigh.
With another stellar regular season, the Canes are ready to brew up quite the storm in the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Your personal library is about to get an upgrade. Read up on the independent bookstores of Raleigh.
Besides crafting high-quality leather bags, Raleigh nonprofit Designed for Joy provides jobs to women in crisis while providing a living wage.
This is the NC State men’s basketball’s team first trip to the Final Four since 1983 where the Pack won the NCAA title under legendary coach Jimmy V. Now, the Wolfpack is ready to repeat history.
We sat down with the owner and operator of Left Hook Coffee to learn more about the shop’s location, small-batch beans, and the community brewing on West Morgan Street.
All three cities are pitching themselves for an MLB team.
Cheers! These Triangle-based distilleries feature nationally recognized spirits to stock your liquor cabinet with, plus a local store for any amateur mixologists.
Raleigh’s warming up — and the city’s events and festivals are, too. Follow along with our spring 2024 bucket list for an unforgettable April and May before it really heats up.
We traveled via Amtrak to Charlotte to celebrate the launch of CLTtoday — here’s what we did and why you should get in the loop with CLTtoday.
In honor of Pi Day, we’re sharing the best places to get a slice or whole pie in Raleigh.
We want to know: Where is the best place to grab coffee in the Raleigh area? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion in our coffee shop bracket.
Raleigh restaurants, cafes, and diners serving up all the eggs, pancakes, mimosas, and other brunch favorites you want to eat.
The fourth iteration of this festival is coming to Dorothea Dix Park April 6-7. Dreamville has featured the best and brightest in hip-hop and R&B since 2019 thanks to rapper J. Cole.