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“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways...” —Elizabeth Barrett Browning Instead of counting the ways, lovers often times fi nd...
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...
It’s not often that the audience of the Cape Fear Regional Theatre is full of children, in fact, it’s rare. So, I was happy to see...
No Girls Allowed! That was the rule in many professions until recent decades. Now the thought of telling a woman that she can’t be a...
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...
The 1700s and 1800s were a magical time in Vienna — musically speaking at least. While towns in Italy, Germany and other European countries...
By plane, train, automobile –– or “Big Green Tractor” –– country music fans will want to head on over to Fayetteville’s Crown Coliseum on...
There are times when people are having so much fun, that they don’t notice they’re being inspired until later. This is to be expected...
It’s rare that a body of original works of art is exhibited in Fayetteville, N.C. It is rarer still, that our community has the...
In the ‘50s, Paul Anka had teenage girls screaming. Today, the girls have gotten a little older, as has Anka, but they still thrill...
For the past three years the Cumberland County Public Library System and the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra have joined forces to...
Megan Ellis and Dirk Lumbard agree on one thing: There’s a little Peter Pan in all of us. That being said, the two veteran actors are...
Do you remember the old home remedies that your mother insisted were the next best things to a divine healing? Castor oil was the...
It’s easy to see David McCormick is a visual artist with a sense of humor. Titles like Cloning of America, Miss America and On My...
“Discrimination is a hellhound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives to remind them that the lie of their...
Some things never go out of style. The little black dress and a simple string of pearls. A ’66 Mustang convertible. And the Doo Wop...
Hoping to start the new year off with some interesting entertainment? Look no further than Givens Performing Arts Center at UNC Pembroke...
The Jonas Brothers and Hannah Montana are icons and they reign supreme in the minds of most young people. In my generation, the...
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...

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