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Ready to fall into a new season? Join the North Carolina Museum of History for events and exhibits — both familiar and unfamiliar — lined up throughout this month in Raleigh. Programs are free … more
The year was 1982 and President Ronald Reagan occupied the White House. Reagan had declared an all-out attack on drugs and had created an agency, White House Office of Drug Abuse Policy, to oversee … more
RALEIGH — During this uncertain time, the North Carolina Symphony’s music education mission remains constant — and students need access to the arts now more than ever. To that end, NCS has … more
In lieu of its summer musical, Carolina Youth Theatre will perform a virtual benefit concert Thursday, July 30, at 7 p.m. It will be livestreamed via Facebook Live from the Clayton Center auditorium. … more
Benson Foundation for the Arts is celebrating its 20th anniversary season on the stage at the W.J. Barefoot Auditorium. The Benson Foundation for the Arts was formed with the support of the … more
Friday and Saturday mark the kick-off of the 2020 African American Festival. The celebration consists of five different events throughout the month of February. On Saturday, the event kicks off … more
How many of you pay attention to bumper stickers? Do you see as many as you once saw? In 1983, the following were some very popular ones displayed on cars and trucks: “We’re spending our … more
Shag-o-ween event is Friday The 25th annual Shag-o-ween will be presented by the Harnett Area Shag Club and the Johnston County Area Shag Club from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday at the Dunn Shrine Center, … more
“Is it me, or is it getting crazier out there,” that begins and frames the film “Joker,” the origin story of the legendary character from the Batman mythology, with Joaquin Phoenix in the … more
RALEIGH — Did you know there are approximately 30 species of dung beetles in North Carolina? And their odiferous job is beneficial to humans, both economically and ecologically? It’s true! For … more
The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce has announced plans for a car, truck, motorcycle show and swap meet in downtown Four Oaks. The event is planned for April 18 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. In addition to … more
The year 1983 continued to mark the date that people read that the International Bureau of Weights and Measures had redefined that light travels in 1/299,792,458 of a second; the movie “The Right … more
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