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One could call it a "Pastapalooza" when the 51st "World's Largest Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Greek Pastry Sale" takes place on...
Grady Bowman can't remember a time he wasn't performing. He cut his teeth on the theatre seats. He grew up performing. Grady, the son...
When it comes to war, peace keeping, nation building and the like, those in the military don't get a say in making the policies that...
One of Fayetteville's Thanksgiving traditions, The Heart of Christmas Show, is back for its 11th year, and according to Laura...
According to the Center for Disease control, aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in...
These days, who couldn’t use a good laugh? And what better way to enjoy a good case of the giggles, guffaws and sidesplitting...
Wow! The celebration of the first year anniversary of LocksCreek Seafood Grill and Campbellton Landing brought mixed emotions for...
Fun Flourishes with Rhythm & Blooms Concert at Campbellton Landing to Benefit the Cape Fear Botanical Garden LOCATION CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER: Now...
As a social worker for many years, I encountered a lot of people who felt that society owed them something. Most felt that their race...
Bo Thorp knows a little bit about talent. As the artistic director of the Cape Fear Regional Theatre since its inception, Thorp has...
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In 1965 when the Montclair subdivision was built, it was an idyllic place for young military families to raise their growing broods...
Click the Image to View The Online Edition   Charis Duke has been composing since she was about eight. In her family that was no big...
This 4th Friday, July 24, the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County debuts the juried photography exhibition, Get the...
Every time the Fayetteville SwampDogs take the field at J.P. Riddle Stadium, it’s an outdoor festival — food, entertainment,...
“What do you want to do today?” “I don’t know.  What do you want to do?” We’ve all been there.  When that restless feeling hits and you...
Click the Image for UCW's Online Edition! For 13 years now the Fayetteville After Five concert series has been  a part of the local...
by STEPHANIE CRIDERClick the Image for UCW's Online Edition!Can you smell the scent of funnel cake and popcorn in the air? The fair...
A successful portrait photographer, Jonathan Starling shares his experiences of a popular and historical Italian celebration in the...
     Walking the grounds of Fox Hollow with owner Daniel Fitch, the sheer luxury and tranquility of the place is astounding. It is 22...
     {mosimage}Okay, so either from the movie or from the television show of the same now, you know the backstory behind The Odd Couple. Two...
     Fayetteville’s connection to the military is a strong one — one that the city embraces and celebrates. On Saturday, May 9, as a part of...
     As the country’s First Sanctuary Community For Soldiers, Fayetteville/Cumberland County is dedicating the entire month of May to...
      “April is the cruelest month,” wrote T.S. Eliot.      T.S., as his drinking buddies called him, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948...
    Editor’s Note: Margaret is traveling this week, so she picked one of her favorite columns to share with those folks who may have...

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