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One of the great things about spring in North Carolina is the great riding weather. As soon as things start to warm up, drivers roll...
The Fayetteville Swamp Dogs, will host the 3rd Annual Big Bite on Saturday, April 20 from 1 to 7 p.m. This community event will take...
Local food, as an economic driver, is on track for the revitalization of urban communities across the country. This new “Home Front”...
In all likelihood, racial tension will continue to be a part of our lives until the end of time. Dr. Martin Luther King dreamed of...
I have a terrible confession to make. I hate grading. But, lucky for me, teaching history at Fayetteville Technical Community College comes...
The answer to the question, “Is there a doctor in the house?” will be a resounding, “Yes!” during the second annual Undergraduate...
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The competition is heating it up and performers are bringing it to semifinals of Huske Unplugged. In its fourth season, round two of the...
Four million babies were born last year and the March of Dimes was there for each and every one of them. One in nine babies are born too...
As any great musician knows, it takes time to master an instrument, and the oldest musical instrument in the entire world is the...
Sunset on March 26 began the weeklong celebration of Passover, one of the holiest times in the Jewish tradition. Fayetteville is rich...
It was a few years ago, Bill Bowman, the owner of the Up & Coming Weekly and Kidsville News!, called and asked me to help him with an event...
Don’t Get Sequestered:  Protect What You Have Part 1 – A Business Survival Guide What is Sequestration? Is it what the vet does to...
New York has its Easter Parade and Lexington, Ken., has its derby, but the biggest spectacle of spring in North Carolina is right in...
The difference between entertainment and art is that art strives to teach us something about human nature. This statement holds true...
Ah, spring, with its bright, sunny days, buds and blossoms, gardens and festivals — and for area locavores, foodies and residents who enjoy...
Cruise the Main Drag on memory lane — a whiff of suntan lotion and hair spray … hot summer days and hotter nights, with cool music...
Nonprofits serve a very important role in our current society, nationally, locally and globally, with one of the most important roles...
Exorcism (Rated R) 1 Star When you name your movie The Last Exorcism you had better mean it. Obviously, since there was money to be...
Last year Barbara Spigner was a partner in the team Cape Fear Heroes. She has recently become its sole owner. She has a vision to...
Spring Break is that magical marker in time that denotes the passing of winter and the promise of Spring. For thousands of college...
No matter what suits your fancy, from Old World Charm to Carolina Beach Music, Givens Performing Arts Center delivers in April...
Downtown Fayetteville is the heart of the city, and 4th Friday is when it truly comes alive with all the culture the area has to...
Usually a period of sweetness and light ensues when individuals are hired in high-profi le positions in local government. Such may not be...
Are you math phobic? Do you cringe when someone wants you to figure the amount of a tip or taxes? People avoid math like the plague...

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