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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
Get in the mood for Black History Month and this year’s virtual African American Cultural Celebration at the North Carolina Museum of History with a live-streamed program featuring John V. Brown and his quartet. more
Harnett Off Broadway celebrated in four shows Harnett County Schools held its annual Harnett Off Broadway with students from all of the area schools performing in four shows March 14, 15, 21 and … more
A pandemic can’t stop Santa. He will arrive in the local area Friday and children can visit the bearded man in the red suit during various hours before Christmas. more
An Outdoor Christmas Market, sponsored by local attorney Tim Morris, will be held this year in the parking lot at the old Erwin Mill Friday and Saturday. more
Masters of Soul, a celebration of legendary songs and performers that defined Motown and soul music, is coming to The Stewart Theatre in downtown Dunn Aug. 28 at 7:30 p.m. more
Take a virtual trip to the coast with the North Carolina Museum of History this month. While visiting the museum in person, learn a few dance steps, enjoy some midcentury photography, and explore the trenches of an immersive military exhibit. more
This is the seventh film in the studio history of Paramount Players, a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures formed after Comedy Central stars Jordan Peele (director of “Get Out” and former … more
A children’s book on bravery can now be added to the list of positive results from this past year’s coronavirus pandemic. When COVID-19 hit in March 2020, Dr. Lori Langdon, a … more
SPENCER — The North Carolina Transportation Museum will host some seasonal fun this fall, with a Halloween train rolling around the historic grounds for two weekends. more
The days are shorter, temperatures are cooler and colorful leaves are carpeting the ground. Hurricanes have devastated the Gulf states and many of us in Grove Township have much empathy for the … more
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