Jewelry store comes to Ninth St.

Sep. 06, 2013 @ 04:40 PM

Jewelry store on Ninth: A jewelry store and fashion boutique called Gioia on Ninth is opening Monday on Ninth Street.

The store is opening next to Bernard’s Formalwear in the space that previously housed Jimmy John’s, which moved across the street into a renovated freestanding building.
Seku Grey, a partner in the business, said the store carries Boccadamo Italian jewelry as well as fashion.

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58Fifty at Sutton Station: Sunset Grille, a bar and restaurant at the Sutton Station development off Fayetteville Road near The Streets at Southpoint, has been renamed 58Fifty Bistro and Martini Bar.
The business’s ownership has not changed, but the restaurant and bar is undergoing a remodeling and the menu is expanding.
Owner Dan Richardson said the remodel is not yet complete, but is expected to be in the next few weeks.
The restaurant and bar is in Sutton Station at 5850 Fayetteville Road in Suite 101.
The news of the change was first reported in the Triangle Food Guy blog.

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Oktoberfest event: Bull City Burger and Brewery will hold its Octoberfest Street Party on Sept. 28 downtown on Parrish Street.
The event will include live music, activities for children, and sales of food and beer.
The stretch of Parrish Street in front of the restaurant and brewery will be closed for the free event, which will run from 2 to 11 p.m.
There will be a costume contest for people 21 and older. Details are available online www.bullcityburgerandbrewery.com or by calling 919-680-2333.

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Jamie Deen in Chapel Hill: Jamie Deen is scheduled to sign copies of his cookbook “Jamie Deen’s Good Food: Cooking Up a Storm with Delicious, Family-Friendly Recipes” on Oct. 1 at Southern Season.
Deen is the son of Paula Deen, the celebrity chef who was dropped by the Food Network and other partners after acknowledging making racial slurs during questioning in a racial discrimination lawsuit, according to Associated Press reports. A federal judge in Georgia dismissed the racial discrimination claims.
Deen and his brother, Bobby, made their first television appearances on their mother’s cooking shows, and later launched their own Food Network show, according to a news release.
Jamie Deen has co-authored four hit cookbooks with his brother. “Good Food” is his first solo cookbook. For information on Good Food and Deen’s signing at Southern Season, visit http://bit.ly/13SLqzl.
The signing will be from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 1 at Southern Season in Chapel Hill at 201 S. Estes Drive.

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Massage Envy Spa and the Arthritis Foundation host event: Massage Envy Spa and the Arthritis Foundation are partnering to host the third annual Healing Hands for Arthritis, a one-day national event to build awareness and raise funds to fight arthritis.
On Sept. 18, all Massage Envy locations in the Triangle area will donate $10 from each one-hour massage or facial to the foundation.
Also, all proceeds donated by individual customers during Healing Hands for Arthritis will support the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide efforts to prevent, control and cure arthritis.
Massage Envy members may also donate unused pre-paid massage sessions to their local foundation chapter, which the foundation gives to arthritis sufferers in need.
Massage Envy is a national franchise offering massage and spa services. Founded in 2002, Massage Envy has nearly 900 locations in 47 states.

 

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