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The Givens Performing Arts Center is a theatre located at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. It brings incredible shows...
Best of Fayetteville: The Tradition Continues  No doubt about it, starting today it’s a yearlong celebration of Fayetteville’s Best of the...
In the 1950s, autism was so rare that most people had never heard of it. Now 1 in every 50 American children has some form of autism,...
Math and sciences are invaluable for explaining the world in terms of facts, but it is only the arts that can attempt to explain the...
Last year a fewer than 7,000 infants were born at Cape Fear Valley Health and close to 10 percent of those infants were premature so...
In 1998, Up & Coming Weekly Publisher Bill Bowman came to his young editorial staff with a great idea. “We are going to celebrate the...
Renaissance reenactment is an excit-ing way to involve friends and family in the history and culture of the past. The Fourth Annual...
In 1920, a group of “20-odd young vital businessmen” gathered to listen to a representative of Kiwanis International. A week later,...
It’s a Party and You Are Invited In just a few days one of the biggest parties of the year is going to happen — and, you are invited...
If the phrases, “I’m not dead yet,” “It’s a flesh wound” and “I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your...
The 9th Annual Ribbon Walk & Ride will take place in downtown Fayetteville on Sept. 20. Proceeds from the event benefit the Friends of...
Fayetteville and its nearby neighbors are rich with talent. The local music scene thrives with local artists gracing stages, music...
If you had your choice of sitting at home and watching TV or dancing and laughing and learning about one of the oldest cultures in...
The Fury in Ferguson: Quest and Question of Justice Sometimes events happen in faraway places that impact how we live and how we feel...
On a hectic Friday afternoon, the Cape Fear Regional Theatre is a bee-hive of activity. On the main stage, the stage crew is occupied with...
Honey is one of those amazing things that nature and bees provide. The golden sweet-smelling stuff doesn’t just taste great, it also...
 Downtown Small Plate Crawl Serves Up Hot Dish Finally, Historic Downtown Fayetteville is beginning to “get it” when it comes to...
It probably doesn’t happen as much as you’d like, but from time to time, you have some extra disposable income. When this happens,...
At FTCC, we are committed to providing educational opportunities to all qualified students. From Continuing Education courses to...
Each September, the greater Fayetteville area is treated to ten days of rides, food, exhibits, shows, pageants, competitions and more...
On Sunday, Sept. 7, The Crown Complex will play host to a night of pro wrestling when the stars of Total Non-Stop Action’s Impact...
To commemorate the birthday of our city’s namesake, The Marquis de Lafayette, The North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, the...
Keeping the Faith in Fayetteville, Our Nation and the World I have a lot of faith in God, America and humanity in general. I also...
Though summer may be coming to an end, 4th Friday is in full swing. This family-friendly event puts all that downtown Fayetteville...
  Downtown Fayetteville is packed with diverse restaurants offering varied and delicious food. The Fayetteville Downtown Alliance and the...

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