Cat George

Cat George

Managing Editor

Catherine (Cat) is a Chesapeake, VA native who moved to Raleigh, NC in 2017. With a background in journalism, marketing, and PR, she has created digital content for over eight years. When she isn’t writing or journaling, she enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog Tucker to the NCMA, grabbing lattes from local coffee shops, and connecting with local business owners.

Learn how and where to play disc golf in the Capital City.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 15 golf courses in San Antonio are sure to make for a good round.
We’re putting our hand in the fire to highlight some of our favorite barbecue spots in the City of Oaks.
Save these six local venues + shows for the next time you’re looking to have a laugh and watch a comedy show in Raleigh.
Looking for the best coffee in the City of Oaks? Whether you’re aiming for a quick caffeine fix or a place to relax and enjoy a cup of joe, find your new favorite coffee shop with our guide featuring 35+ local cafes.
Choose your own adventure and help City Editor Cat plan how she spends her day in Raleigh, from where she works to evening entertainment. You chose, now read your recommendations below.
Your home, your favorite coffee shop, your daily commute aren’t just written in the skyline — they may be written in the stars. Keep reading to find out the zodiac signs as Raleigh neighborhoods.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 12+ golf courses in Asheville are sure to make for a good round.
Pluck berries right off the vine at these local you-pick strawberry farms around Raleigh — some also offer fresh produce, homemade ice cream, and more.
Keep reading for the lineup, FAQs, and food + bev info to help navigate Dreamville Festival on Saturday, April 6 + Sunday, April 7.
With the Masters Tournament right around the corner, your city editors took a swing to share what local food picks they would bring to the Masters Champions Dinner table.
World Down Syndrome Day falls on March 21 every year — celebrate and raise awareness with 321 Coffee this weekend. Plus, our online marketplace Six & Main is getting in on the good fun, too.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 20 golf courses in Greenville are sure to make for a good round.
Here’s when and where both our men’s and women’s Triangle teams will play in the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament this March.
Jump back in time with us to help celebrate the Village District’s diamond jubilee, and save the date for the 75th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, April 20.
Calling all plant parents — one of the most anticipated events during our Earth Day Extravaganza is The Greatest Plant Swap Ever, hosted by local experts The Houseplant Hippie and Copperline Plant Co.
The 10th edition of the museum’s annual flower festival, Art in Bloom, is back Wednesday, March 13 through Sunday, March 17 with 42 intricate displays.
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.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 24 golf courses in Louisville are sure to make for a good round.
From bagpipe performances to green beer, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with 12 local holiday happenings around the City of Oaks.
The NCMA’s newest exhibit exploring form and design in contemporary American Indian art, “To Take Shape and Meaning,” is on view from March 2 to July 28 and is the museum’s first Native American contemporary art show of this scale since 1989.
The Downtown Raleigh Alliance is hosting a Feminist First Friday celebration in honor of Women’s History Month, including 20+ women-owned food + business vendors, free headshots, and more.
Learn about the predicted spring weather outlook including March, April, and May in Raleigh, NC — psst... the first day of spring is Tuesday, March 19.
Plan ahead to make the most of the NC Courage and North Carolina FC’s 2024 seasons at WakeMed Soccer Park with fun theme nights.
Can you kick it with these adult sports leagues in Raleigh? From kickball to basketball, there are plenty of ways to play.
Visit Raleigh’s year-end Wake County Tourism Industry Report shows 2023 as the highest recorded year for tourism tax collections.
Explore these dog-friendly businesses in Raleigh that span from places to eat, drink, shop, exercise, and stay the night.
Shop and support small businesses across 6AM City’s 26 markets with our online marketplace Six & Main — that’s where City Editor Cat found Botanical Bones, a superfood dog treat brand out of Asheville.
From old-school hangouts to hip sports bars, we compiled 11 pool halls around Raleigh to rack ‘em up and get your game on, cue in hand.
Head ~40 minutes outside of downtown Raleigh to Fearrington Village for a relaxing countryside getaway filled with fresh bites + elevated restaurants, fun shops, and beautiful landscaping.