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With several buildings and multiple venues to its name, the Crown Center has plenty to offer. Whether you are looking to see a hockey...
Art is defined as the production or expression of what is beautiful, and on 4th Friday art abounds. On Friday June 25, from 6-10...
With a combination of artists, performers, refreshments, bistros, galleries, shops and bookstores, appealing to people of all ages, 4th...
On June 19, the Cumberland County Public Library & Information Center will host its annual Local Authors Showcase. The public is...
Since 2005 Claudia Swartz has been coordinating blues showcases to give local talent a venue to entertain the community and to give...
2010 has been a year of change for Ali Durham, the owner of A Star Iron, 4011 Sycamore Dairy Rd. During this year, Durham has known...
Meredith Stiehl has a lot riding on her shoulders. Stiehl, the president of the Fayetteville Museum of Art’s Board of Directors, has spent...
The Fayetteville Museum of Art demonstrated valiant resolve to keep its doors open during a shaky economy and amid criticism...
Robin Hood (140 minutes) tries way too hard to live up to the promise of an exciting new Robin Hood legend, but fails to deliver any...
Yes, you read it right — an upcoming motorcycle ride will help kids learn to fish! On Sunday, June 13, riders from across the region...
When the Fayetteville SwampDogs take the field every night, they do so with roughly 25 young men from all across the United States. Some...
Madame Melville, by Richard Nelson, is an enticing coming-ofage play about a lonely 15-year-old American boy named Carl who is...
After more than a decade of providing free summertime entertainment to the community, Fayetteville After 5 continues to bring...
Citizens are invited to come be a part of history at the opening of the Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum Annex Tuesday, June...
Although 145 years have passed since Sherman’s March through Fayetteville, visitors to Campbellton Landing on Saturday and Sunday,...
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...

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