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It's finally fall, y'all.
And Raleigh Convergence is unapologetically team Pumpkin Spice everything, especially when it's local. 

Fortunately, we have a few Raleigh-area PSLs to cozy up to (or to get iced as long as the heat wave continues).

Sola Coffee in North Raleigh just released its pumpkin honey latte (above) and pumpkin-flavored mini donuts (below). The pumpkin honey latte is more of a subtle flavor, with less of the spice.


Fount Coffee + Kitchen in Morrisville has a pumpkin spice latte (📸: Fount Coffee + Kitchen, below) AND some gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free baked goods: A dark chocolate chip pumpkin muffin and a pumpkin spice doughnut.

This is a great local coffee shop for RTP commuters or when you're looking for a local spot to meet up between Raleigh + Durham.

Are there other local pumpkin-flavored things you love? Reply and we'll share some in a future newsletter!

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-Tatiana Hargreaves, musician & headliner of Friday's Shout & Shine at Wide Open Bluegrass, told Walter Magazine.

Shout & Shine is a showcase "highlighting and reincorporating the voices and perspectives of underrepresented and marginalized artists, musicians, and performers -- not only at the showcase, but throughout the week-long convention and festival."

Gotcha scooters arrived in Raleigh Monday. Jennifer Suarez at Inbound Raleigh podcast interviewed the CEO of Gotcha and the transportation planning director for the city and got the details: The first fleet will be 150-200 scooters but could expand up to 1,000 scooters in the future. Unlike Lime and Bird, Gotcha has "mobility hubs," so scooters can't be left (or picked up) just anywhere.

The highly anticipated Wegmans grocery store at 1200 Wake Towne Drive opens Sunday at 7 a.m., WRAL reports. Wegmans is known for its fresh produce selections, prepared foods and service.

But did you know: This is just the first of four Wegmans in the Raleigh area, five in the Triangle. The others are: West Cary at Davis Drive and Airport Blvd., opening in 2020; East Cary at Fenton (read more about Fenton here) near the Cary Towne Blvd. I-40 interchange, opening in fall 2021; and Wake Forest at Route 98 bypass, east of Capital Blvd. Chapel Hill gets the other announced Wegmans in the Triangle -- and in the state of North Carolina, for that matter.

This first Wegmans is opening in Midtown East, a new and growing development just inside the Beltline, north and slightly east of the city center. Midtown East so far includes a Drybar (which opened Friday), boutique fitness Rowhouse (also open) and more.

Thanks for reading this edition of the Raleigh Convergence!


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