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“Children are the world’s most valuable resource and it’s best hope for the future,” said John F. Kennedy; but in a world rife with...
When you think American wines, most people think Napa Valley, but North Carolina vineyards are putting their mark on the American...
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, the Emmy-award winning hit reality show on ABC, is coming to Fayetteville, N.C. to surprise one very...
Wine aficionados in search of special labels, those who want to learn more about grapey goodness and people just hunting for a unique...
First opened in March of 1980, Bob & Sheree’s Wine Shoppe has been an icon in Fayetteville for the last 30 years. When first...
Benjamin Franklin is credited with having said that “Wine makes daily living easier, less hurried, with fewer tensions and more...
This, That and the Other Individual human beings are the most fascinating creatures on God’s green earth. We love them, hate them,...
There are some who would argue that bikers are scary. Their view of motorcycle riders involve visions of violent biker gangs out...
Bad Teacher (Rated R)  2 Stars From an objective standpoint, Bad Teacher (92 minutes) should have been super funny. The pedigree...
This is the first season for Fayetteville After 5 under new management. Starting with the May 19 concert that featured The Tams, the...
The Green Lantern   (Rated PG-13)  Three Stars Green Lantern (105 minutes) is a film for the adolescent boy in us all. What’s more, the...
As the Fayetteville Young Professionals’ (FYP) second year comes to a close, I’d like to thank everyone who has joined, volunteered,...
Just because the 4th of July has passed, it doesn’t mean there won’t still be fireworks in Fayetteville. The Fayetteville SwampDogs are making...
Theatre Celebrates Past, Looks to Future With New Direction In 1962, a group of like-minded individuals got together to dream. As is...
Although the curtain has barely come down on the 2010/2011 theater season at Gilbert Theater, the staff is already hard at work...
With the blossoming of a new summer, so too blossoms a new season for the local theatre community. One group in particular has some...
In the heart of historic downtown Sanford sits the Temple Theater, just off Carthage Street. Built in 1925 and restored in the 1980s, the...
“Move that bus!” These are the words residents of Fayetteville/Cumberland County will soon be hearing. Extreme Makeover: Home...
My Dad has always been a Yankees’ man. It didn’t matter if the team was winning or losing, he was pulling for them. I grew up...
“And they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will no longer fi ght against nation nor...
With Fayetteville’s recognition as an All-America City, our new and exciting Botantical Garden Complex, a re-invigorated downtown and the...
On Monday, July 4, North Carolinians from all walks of life will make their way to the intersection of Bragg Boulevard and Hay...
If, after reaching this point in the newspaper, you still aren’t sure what to do on the 4th of July, we have a couple of more...
Local soldiers are the focus of the newest exhibit gallery at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum. A Legacy of Army Service:...
Community Celebrations Abound in the Cape Fear Region July 4, Independence Day, marks the day the Continental Congress adopted the...

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