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    Curt Taylor, guitarist for Atlanta-based metal/rap band Primer 55, describes his crew’s music as “heavy rock with a hip-hop feel.”    ...
    Dear EarthTalk: How can I measure — and then improve — my overall “carbon footprint?” What are the major areas of one’s daily life...
    Is there anything old North Carolina political wisdom can teach Barack Obama as he responds to John McCain’s choice of a running...
    The national party conventions are over, the polls are bouncing, the candidates are racing down the homestretch, and I’m...
    Ever heard of the “sin of the desert?” A preacher was in the Middle East and was trying to witness to his Arab guide. The Arab guide...
    The International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) paid tribute to the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival on Sept. 10, during the...
    {mosimage}Robert Barefoot, director of parks and recreation since 1988, announced his retirement from the City of Fayetteville...
    “There’s a sucker born every minute,” or at least that’s what P.T. Barnum believed. The self-titled “Prince of Humbug” wasn’t...
     {mosimage}With cooler weather forecast for our region, more people are going to start looking for outside activities. How does a...
    The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra (FSO) is pleased to announce the new addition to the family, bassoonist Marvin P. Feinsmith.      “I am...
    As Fourth Friday approaches, the Arts Council of Fayetteville-Cumberland County is planning an exhibit that is sure to inspire. Unity...
    The essence of the International Folk Festival in Fayetteville is the celebration of diversity in customs, foods and artistic...
    While some would argue that Fayetteville is still battling race issues, the city certainly has no problem in celebrating its...
    A new day may be dawning for Shaw Heights.     A dawn that, for the residents of that community, follows a decades-long night of urban decay and...
It all started with a garden. Former Fayetteville resident Dr. Kenneth Hill was recognized last week as Cumberland County’s top...
    The Fayetteville City Council’s Museum Task Force held its first meeting last week, electing a chairman, determining the scope of its...
    A friend of mine dropped by recently and told me she has registered to go back to college in the spring semester. Like so many other...
The governor’s mansion, Juneau, Alaska, 9 a.m. Doorbell rings. {mosimage}Sarah: Why Karl Rove, what a surprise. Do come in. We are...
    For the past several weeks, the Cape Fear Regional Theatre has seemed more like clown school than a theatre.     The students, the cast and...
    The ShowArt at Stein Mart, an art show featuring local artists, is all about dignity — dignity you wear. Or rather, Dignity U Wear.     The...
    Victim. It is not something most people aspire to. In fact, most of us do what we can to avoid being victims. In general, we do what...
    {mosimage}The Blue Jean Ball, scheduled for Sept. 27 at the Highland Country Club, wasn’t always a kid friendly party. In fact, last year...
    When the Gilbert Theater opens its season next month, the cast will be doing more than putting on a performance. They will be...
    {mosimage}Last year, more than 45,000 men, women and children walked through the turnstiles at the Cumberland County Fair at the...
    Be young, be happy... go see the fabulous Tams  on Sept. 18 at Festival Park and witness a band that’s been bringing it for 46 years.    ...

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