“There’s a whole lotta crankiness going on,” as Jerry Lee Lewis once almost sang. Everywhere you look the crabbiness of Lucy Van Pelt from...
The value of a national competition in a city the size of Fayetteville or on the campus of a college or university is the chance to...
The Visual Arts Alliance is very excited about the forthcoming visit of Dr. David C. Driskell. People of all ages in the local...
Two exhibits in Fayetteville’s downtown galleries are a sharp contrast in content, yet the influence of technology moves seamlessly...
Salvador Dali lived larger than life. Throughout his career he was celebrated and reviled — depending on where he was in his career. For a...
The art community in Fayetteville is a vibrant one. It is not uncommon to fi nd high quality art and exhibits year round at different...
The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra (FSO) celebrates Black History Month with a performance of William Grant Still’s fi rst...
Erica Stankwytch Bailey, a Fayetteville jeweler and metalsmith, is heading to the Grand Canyon to be the artist-in-residence for...
A lot has changed since Dr. M. Elton Hendricks took the helm of Methodist College (now Methodist University) as its president in...
On Tuesday, February 9, Methodist University will hold its annual Loyalty Day fund drive for student scholarships. Volunteers from throughout...
Fayetteville Technical Community College has received a $35,000 gift from The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation. Jerry Dean, senior vice...
2010 marks the beginning of a new decade that will be one of the most important periods of time since Fayetteville’s birth nearly 250...
Wow, I’m glad 2010 is here and we have closed out a decade most of us would like to forget. Really! Ahhhhh, this is the first issue...
If you ask Mayor Tony Chavonne what he thinks about the upcoming year, you are going to get an earful. Chavonne sees 2010 as the...
They’ve only been there a matter of weeks, but Enrique Castaneda and Juan Macias Jr. are excited to have the doors of Via 216 open...
As I contemplate and refl ect back on 2009 I can only think “Wow! Double Wow! What a year.” It was both exciting and challenging to...
As the clock ticked away the last minutes of 2008, the nation stood poised for the new year. What it would bring — to the world,...
Since its founding in April of 1988 the Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity has built more than 48 houses in Cumberland County...
It will be the best of times, with none of the worst of times, when the streets of Historic Downtown Fayetteville transform into...
Completing his student teaching this December at Terry Sanford High School, retired military artist Rick Kenner is imparting what he...
Grady Bowman can't remember a time he wasn't performing. He cut his teeth on the theatre seats. He grew up performing. Grady, the son...
Wow! The celebration of the first year anniversary of LocksCreek Seafood Grill and Campbellton Landing brought mixed emotions for...
As a social worker for many years, I encountered a lot of people who felt that society owed them something. Most felt that their race...
Bo Thorp knows a little bit about talent. As the artistic director of the Cape Fear Regional Theatre since its inception, Thorp has...
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