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Over the past few years, food trucks have become wildly popular; however, the idea of a mobile restaurant providing a quick meal...
The Gilbert Theater is well-known for its up and coming presentations that not only showecase local actors from the community, but...
Sweet Tea Shakespeare has returned to its roots with the next performance of the season, The Tempest. This classic Shakespearean play...
Our names are important.  They signal our age, race, ethnicity, nationality and other subtle messages in the picture each of us...
Basically, most of us spend about one third of our day sleeping and ideally, the rest of  our day working and playing. Yes, working at an...
Fayetteville supporters of the arts were introduced to a large body of work by mixed-media artist Leslie Pearson last year when...
There is more to Africa than the tragedy and strife portrayed in the news. Isabella Effon is looking to show Fayetteville the...
Summer is always a time for fun and all things country; country music that is. WKML 95.7 has stuck by the slogan “Today’s Country”...
On Sunday, July 12, at 3 p.m., a unit monument will be dedicated for the 824th Quartermaster Company (Air Delivery), U.S. Army...
Good things last and Up & Coming Weekly’s Best of Fayetteville readership survey is celebrating its 18th year paying tribute to...
Ryan Patrick Kishbaugh was passionate about life. He was a well-rounded and accomplished athlete; a generous and giving volunteer in...
Daughters of Christ Ministry, Inc. is hosting the Freedom in Christ Christian Conference for Women on Friday, July 17 and Saturday, July 18...
Working under the slogan, “Entertainment for the Soldier, by the Soldier,” the Army Soldier Show taps into a unique style of...
Everyone knows where our downtown is, but do we know what downtowns are and why they matter? Whether the downtown streets are named Hay...
Like millions of other sad Americans, I cannot keep my mind away from the horrible event at the Bible study class in Charleston,...
I have spent much of this past week trying to avoid the news — but that has been impossible. There has been too much going on for me...
The Revolutionary War lasted from 1775-1783. It was about a year into the fight that delegates from the 13 colonies met in...
The Fayetteville SwampDogs’ season is well underway, and as usual fans have been flocking to “The Swamp” for the best family fun and...
Libraries can be so much more than a building where people check out books. They can be centers for learning of all kinds as well as...
The current exhibit at the Cape Fear Historical Complex showcases 64 black and white photographs of the Stagville Planation in...
I have loved magazines since I realized they existed.  My childhood home subscribed to several, among them LIFE and LOOK, both now...
As summer gets in full swing, local children and teens are spending more time out of doors. For many of them, that means time at...
Fayetteville Technical Community College’s Fine Arts Department is presenting two plays, The Water Engine and Mr. Happiness by David...
In As You Like It, the immortal bard penned the famous line  “All the world’s a stage,” which refers more to the countless roles each...
If you are looking for something to do on June 26, head downtown to 4th Friday. Businesses and galleries are open late, there are a...

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