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Angier singer/songwriter Paige King Johnson is set to release a brand-new single entitled “Just Like You.” The release is set for Oct. 2 and could be one of those songs that becomes a … more
DEAR ABBY: I got married to a wonderful guy 14 years ago, but after a year of marriage, our children (his 10-year-old and my 12- and 13-year-olds) couldn’t stand one another and caused a lot of … more
RALEIGH — Beach music is the defining sound of the Carolinas. Propelled by African American rhythm and blues, boundary-crossing teens in the late 1950s and early 1960s created a culture with … more
This year, BugFest goes online and international. Join the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Sept. 14-19 for six full days of programs that let attendees interact with entomologists from … more
RALEIGH – Following North Carolina’s move into Safer at Home Phase 2.5, the North Carolina Aquariums at Fort Fisher, Pine Knoll Shores and Roanoke Island will welcome guests back … more
NEW BERN — Tryon Palace, North Carolina’s first state capitol, will open to the public Monday, Sept. 14 for Palace tours, and museum exhibits in the North Carolina History Center. The new … more
President Bobby Carr and the staff of the Dunn Area History Museum have polished up the display cases and added new treasures to their collection for a long-awaited reopening ... more
You can add another accolade to the legacy of Dunn native and guitar legend Link Wray thanks to a PBS documentary about the Native Americans who contributed to the world of music. “Rumble: … more
The Dunn Public Library has added a selection of adult fiction, large print, adult nonfiction, teen and young adult fiction books. Fiction “Credible Threat” by J.A. Jance, … more
Benson native writes book of poetry Benson native Teresa McLamb Blackmon, a retired English teacher and daughter of the late Willis and Ruth McLamb, has her first book of poems coming out at the … more
RALEIGH – Juniper Level Botanic Garden, a $7.5 million gift to North Carolina State University, will open two weekends in September for public viewing and plant purchases. These are the last … more
“The Boys,” streaming on Amazon, is a brilliant and dark series about superheroes gone bad and the vigilante group that forms to take them down. Set in New York City in a world where a … more
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