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Feet of Clay I was just getting into the CDs of Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace….One School at a Time by Greg...
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (Rated PG-13) One Star If Dylan Dog (107 min-utes) had been a SyFy origi-nal, maybe we could cut it some...
On Saturday, May 21, the Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex will pay tribute to our nation’s military history with the...
I wish I had paid more attention in history class. This is one of the fi rst thoughts I had when I started my position at the...
Travel matters. It matters with job creation, productivity and regional economic expansion. Travel matters to our national economy,...
It’s not over yet! The tornadoes — those twisting serpents of destruction that have left those of us with personal experience our own...
Join the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation for a special Movie in the Camp featuring the Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis...
“I’m not sure what I want to be when I grow up.” This is a statement often presented to me not only from students in high school, but...
The joy of motherhood is cherished. Mothers and fathers are delighted to discover that in nine months a new addition will be added to...
The Cape Fear River is known for many things like its wild beauty and the size of its catfi sh. But on Saturday, May 7 it will be...
The World Upside Down Several years ago, a friend of mine confided that she was the breadwinner in her family, that while her husband has...
Recently, I thought about what it might be like to trade places with my son for a day. Austin is 16-years-old and has what is often...
From its earliest days, Fayetteville has played a part in the significant events that have shaped the state and even the country...
Source Code  (Rated PG-13)  Five Stars Source Code (93 minutes) is the best Philip K. Dick novel that Philip K. Dick never wrote. It...
On April 13, Methodist University hosted the Cumberland County Special Olympics. Not only was is a great day for the athletes, it was a...
Two and half years ago, I found myself driving down I-95, having packed up everything I owned and moving to a community that I knew...
Thursday, April 28 History of Scottish Presbyterians in the Cape Fear Providence Presbyterian Church, 2801 Ramsey St., 7 p.m...
Children are one of our community’s greatest assets. But each day, many children go home alone, with no one to make them a snack or...
What is a festival without great music? Thankfully we won’t have to fi nd out at this year’s Dogwood Festival. The festival runs April 29...
The 50/50 Rule Part Four Family caregiving doesn’t typically run smoothly when brothers and sisters caring for seniors can’t agree. In...
“I’m not sure what I want to be when I grow up.” This is a statement often presented to me not only from students in high school, but...
Saturday, April 30 marks the end of the Cumberland Oratorio Singers and the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra 2010/2011 season. The two are...
We’ve all been there. Those heady fi rst days of a relationship when absolutely everything the other person does is wonderful and...
What young kid can pass up a rain puddle, some nearby dirt and the opportunity to fashion that sublime art creation of youth, the...
The Windsors and Me I confess to being among thebazillions of people around the globe who got up at all hours to watch the televised ill-fated...

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