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Ah, the glamour of the Academy Awards... does anything compare to the sparkle, so-phistication and pomp and circumstance of the...
Every morning while in garrison, the soldiers of Fort Bragg hit the streets. They run miles and miles. And when they are deployed, they...
Sunday afternoon I sat through the fi nal performance of Peter Pan at the Cape Fear Regional Theatre. It was my fi fth or sixth...
Dig out that rattail comb and old can of Aqua Net®, and make sure every hair is teased and plastered in place for the Broadway show performance...
When it comes to splendor, excitement, edge-of-your seat anticipation and downright giddiness, not much beats the circus. The crowds, the...
Spring — sunshine, warmer weather and that mile-long to do list. Whether it is the fl ower beds that need some love, the deck that...
So now that the Super Bowl is over, what are you going to do? The quarterback for the New Orleans Saints went to Disney World...
Take me out to the ball game. Take me out to the play. Whether you’re a baseball fan or not, you’ll love, love, love the Gilbert...
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...
On Friday, Feb. 26, it’s time again to experience the artistic and entertaining side of historic downtown Fayetteville for February’s 4th Friday...
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...
Ahhhh, Valentine’s Day. Love might be in the air, but in the world of weddings ‘the devil is in the details.’ With 2.2 million...
Beautiful maiden. Jealous stepmother. Jiving mirror. It’s a classic fairy tale — with a twist — when Fayetteville State Theatre brings Snow...
Fayetteville Community Concerts heat up on Thursday, Feb. 11 as Sister Sledge, featuring Kathy Sledge, takes to the stage of the...
“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...

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