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The farming community of Gray’s Creek is just about as far from the international political scene as you can get. But this year,...
You know how awful Shrek The Third was? So depressingly awful that Ididn’t even really plan to see Shrek Forever After (93 minutes)...
A little less than a year ago I sat down at this very computer to write my story about why Fayetteville was in need of a young...
June 14 marks the 235th birthday of the U.S. Army. Of course there will be cakes and ceremonies and other birthday type celebrations at U.S...
Whether it is for competition, recreation, a matter of healthy living or as a means of transportation, bicycling offers benefits to...
In honor of those who have served in the military, the North Carolina Symphony has created the Red, White and Blue Tour which will...
OMG! What depressing headlines. I was up early last Friday morning, coffee and newspaper in hand, ready to jump start my Memorial Day...
Paul Cezanne, whom some call the father of modern art, believed that color, line, shape and form were as important as the actual...
Like rugged bike rides, running through the woods or swimming in lakes? Then the XTERRA Triathlon is for you! Sunday, May 30,...
Kick off your shoes and take in the blues as you sample the brews of more than 15 of the finest breweries from across the...
There is just something charming and a little nostalgic about small towns— the laid back pace of life and the close-knit, community...
Not too many places can beat Fayetteville when it comes to celebratingpatriotism. Unfortunately, we are right up there when it comes...
May 31st will be a really sad day for the Fayetteville/Cumberland County community.That’s when the Fayetteville Museum of Art will...
The Carolina Philharmonic will perform a Concerto Extravaganza on Sunday, May 23 at 4 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. “This is...
FIVE STARS Iron Man wasn’t bad. Iron Man 2 (124 minutes) was fantas-tic. Unfortunately Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) is still...
Lake Rim Park is celebrating its 10th anniversary — and you are invited. The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County is in on...
Josh and Tonia Collins, the proprietors of Huske Hardware House Restaurant and Brewery, fell into the restaurant business quite by...
The arts are alive and well in Fayetteville and Cumberland County, and starting in May they will be the focus of a new monthly...
The Fayetteville SwampDogs take fun seriously. Just ask Darrell Handelsman director of operations He takes everything seriously —...
As the 209-2010 Cumberland County Concert Series comes to a close the North Carolina Symphony will perform at Reeves Auditorium on...
Some people might consider the number 13 unlucky. But not the staff and sponsors of Fayetteville After 5. They all agree that 13 will...
In 1945 a small ad appeared in the New York Times. It read “Multiple Sclerosis. Will anyone recovered from it please communicate with...
On May 16, the Cumberland County Headquarters Library will come alive with the sound of music. Blues music. Claudia Swartz, the...
According to www.about.com, almost 303,000 people live in Cumberland County. Adolph Thomas, City of Fayetteville community...
Over the last 15 years I have written many editorials and opinion pieces about the need for a local television station in our...

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