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Danyale Daniels

City Editor

Danyale is originally from Virginia but has found a permanent home in Cary, North Carolina as of three years ago. With an extensive background as a freelance copywriter and educator her passion for writing runs deep. During her personal time she enjoys walking in nature with her pup Apollo, reading Book Tok’s latest obsession, writing, and spending time exploring with her wife exploring or spicing up their home with new decor finds.

Illuminate Art Walk is offering a paid opportunity for local artists to have their art featured in downtown Raleigh throughout December.
Find out what places around the Triangle are open late when you’re in the mood for a midnight bit.
UNC’s campus is being taken over by the production of Amazon Prime’s television show “The Summer I Turned Pretty” and locals are in awe.
See what races in the Triangle are coming up in the next few months to register and prepare for. Races vary from casual events to fund raising efforts.
If you’re looking for places to eat on the Fourth of July without breaking the bank or having a huge clean up, continue reading.
After City Editor Danyale’s first month at RALtoday, we wanted to say hey and get readers reintroduced to the team behind our newsletters and social media.
Lawmakers of Raleigh have signed off on an expansive alcohol bill. Continue reading to see what other policies and previsions are up for discussion among officials.
Taco-lover spots in Raleigh for every taste bud to try and love.
PNC Arena’s multi-phase, mixed-use enhancement has been approved by the Centennial Authority after the Canes extended their lease until 2044.
Find out how local artists can apply to be a part of the expansion and renovation process of the Sertoma Arts Center in Raleigh.
Multihyphenate and Raleigh native Robert Hartwell is ‘Breaking New Ground’ with his new home renovation series exclusively on Max by HBO.
The latest on what’s happening with Apple’s Raleigh Triangle Park campus and how it could impact NC.
Learn about the Watermelon Lady and why Raleigh patrons continue to purchase from her variety of produce.
Explore beyond the Triangle this summer without breaking the bank while having an unforgettable time.
Enjoy the most of what the Triangle has to offer during the longest day of 2024.
Enjoy the water around and near the Triangle through our local water parks, splash pads, and beaches not too far from the City of Oaks.
Learn how 321 Coffee’s expansion is supporting inclusivity for adults with intellectual disabilities in the Triangle.
Celebrate the Juneteenth holiday with community events ranging from comfy kickbacks to formal galas.
Learn about the important who, what, where, and hows of the 2024 US Open championship at Pinehurst.
Learn how Raleigh’s newest technology resource supports residential waste management.
Give yourself the luxury of winding down in some of the best spas Raleigh has to offer.
Search for employment at two upcoming job fairs hosted by the City of Raleigh.
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.
Escape noise pollution in places of solitude in the Triangle.
Check out these local eats to enjoy this Memorial Day.
Further Raleigh’s climate action for sustainable living.
If you like food trucks, festivals, and variety, this is for you.
Prepare for summer weather in Raleigh, NC with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks for June, July, and August 2024.