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Things weren’t always this complicated and fast paced. Just a few generations ago, folks spent their time tending to the fields and...
For the past eight years the Fayetteville Area Hospitality Association has sponsored a charity golf tournament benefi tting an...
For those of you who never knew it, or for those of you who have forgotten, and even for those of you who just need your fi x of Sci...
Leave the fancy ball gown and tuxedo in the closet, don your favorite pair of jeans and pull up a chair –– better yet, make a bid on a chair...
If the United States is a melting pot, than Fayetteville is melting bowl. The city is known for its culture diversity and has...
There is so much going on at the Crown Center these days that it can be hard to keep it all straight. With the Cumberland County...
Last spring I watched The Long Way Round box set. This DVD set is a mini-series by the BBC featuring actors Ewan McGregor and Charley...
The Cape Fear Regional Theatre has been celebrating imagination for almost 50 years. What better way for the theatre to begin its...
4th Friday is always a good time, but this month it is going to be extra special. The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County...
Every day, from the moment our feet hit the floor in the morning, we take steps and make moves toward goals. Sometimes these goals are...
It is that time of year … (slightly) cooler weather, shorter days, back to school, and the county fair. The folks at the Crown Center...
This week marks a couple of anniversaries. They aren’t the kind that you celebrate, rather the kind that you look back on and...
Recently my wife and I bought neon-yellow motorcycle jackets for better visibility on the road. We were on the Blue Ridge this week...
We all know Americans are literally too big for our britches these days. We hear and see it all the time. We are too heavy and it is...
It’s been a long, hot summer. Thankfully there has been plenty to do around town and the fall looks just as busy. As the Fayetteville...
Who doesn’t love it when a local citizen hits it big? Whether it is a sports legend, a music star, an academic/scientifi c discovery...
Fayetteville is having a birthday party for Lafayette! There will be a Party in the Park from 5 to 8 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 11, to...
The world renowned Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) and The Imani Winds are the highlight attractions for the 2010-2011 Performing and...
Now in it’s 20th year, the Fayetteville Greek Festival is right around the corner. On Sept. 10-12, the congregation of Sts...
4th Friday celebration in downtown Fayetteville is once again changing. What began years ago to focus on the arts with a gallery walk...
Megan Traficante is fairly new to Fayetteville. She has been here about two months working with Dr. Karen Goldsmith at Atlas...
Up & Coming Weekly had a chance to talk with Lt. Gen. Stultz, the commander of the U.S. Army Reserve Command about their transition to...
About 15 months ago, the North Carolina Business Association embarked on a mission to increase the number of Department of Defense...
This November a lot of good elected public officials — along with, it must be said, some sorry ones, too — are going to lose their...
From deep within the Sandhills of Fayetteville, the talented folk emerge from their homes, and throw off the drab covers of ordinary life...

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