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May is a special month for Julio Ramirez. Since 2002, he has put on a road race in downtown Fayetteville every May to celebrate Cinco...
Would a poo sandwich by any other name smell as sweet? How about if you wrapped a poo sandwich in a prospectus and called it a...
It’s no secret that for a number of years Fayetteville struggled with an image problem. Over time, that has changed. Visitors to our city no...
With spring in the air and the warm days of summer fast approaching, Ft. Bragg is opening its gates once again so that the public can...
Make love, not war. That’s the old saying isn’t it? If you were a hippie child of the ‘70s, I’m sure you would have agreed whole...
Craig Morgan has a lot to be excited about. The Tennessee native kicked off a huge tour with one of country’s leading ladies, Carrie...
On May 1, J.P. Riddle Stadium will come alive with the sounds of jazz as the second annual Carolina Wine & Jazz Festival takes place...
Earlier this year the rest of the state found out what Cumberland County residents already know: the Dogwood Festival is one of the...
Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) will host the Cumberland County American Cancer Society Relay for Life. FTCC’s...
What do you get when you mix the Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s artistic director, Bo Thorp, with one of its most talented actors, Dirk...
Adults and children are invited to come see the world famous Lipizzaner Stallions at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville on April 18...
On any given Sunday in the spring, a motorcycle enthusiast can easily fi nd a ride to join. Pick your favorite biker bar or charity, and...
Now that the pollen is fi nally dissipating I have come to realize I have contracted one of the worse cases of spring fever ever. Fayetteville...
The 6th Annual Indian Festival will take place on Saturday, April 17 at the Crown Arena from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. This fun filled day is...
It takes a special kind of person to leave the security of what they know and what they are comfortable with and set off for foreign lands...
For several generations, Charlie Brown and his buddies have been a part of everyday life. They are in the funnies every day, Linus...
Last year, the Fayetteville Wine Society wowed the community with a unique event. This year, the signature garden party is back and...
Fayetteville City Councilman and Chairman of Fayetteville Beautiful Bobby Hurst talks a lot of trash. He can tell you to the number...
Rock Shop owner Shawn Adkins has always been about the music scene. In fact, before he opened the Rock Shop he was throwing huge...
With The Big Read now in full swing, we hope you have already attended one of Cumberland County Public Library and Information...
Take out your old, broken or mismatched jewelry, those buttons, patches or paint you no longer use and create something for the...
Reduce, reuse, recycle. It’s a phrase that has been around for awhile and a concept that promotes good stewardship and wise use of...
Somewhere, in a daydream-fi lled science class way back when, we learned that carnivores eat meat, herbivores dine primarily on plants...
This is the time of year for change. It’s almost springtime; the grass is getting greener, the days are lasting longer and life seems...
Sustainability is the capacity to endure. In ecology the word describes how biological systems remain diverse and productive over...

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