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“Ask me where I’m from, I’ll say Ohio. That’s where I lived most of my life. Ask me where I’m most comfortable. That’s the hill country in Jackson, Kentucky. Down … more
HRT casting upcoming play Harnett Regional Theatre will hold auditions at 7 p.m. March 22 and 24 for the upcoming play “Steel Magnolias,” directed by Bob Schmid. Auditions will be … more
Beginning July 21, weekly afternoon concerts will be performed in Benson. Music for the Lunch Bunch will be performed at 12:15 p.m. Wednesdays at Benson Baptist Church, 200 W. Church St., … more
Harnett Regional Theatre will soon cast its characters for its first production of the season, “Matilda,” a Tony-award winning musical based on a children’s novel by Roald … more
The Benson Area Chamber of Commerce will host a reverse raffle and dance party Friday, July 23 at The Barn at Broadslab, N.C. Highway 50 South, Benson. more
A tribute to Jimmy Capps, a Grand Ole Opry star for 62 years, will be presented during two shows — from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 9-10. The show will feature 9-year-old … more
Scarlett Johansson returns as Natasha Romanoff, the Avenger Black Widow, in a smart, action-packed and poignant adventure. In Ohio in 1995, young Natasha bumps her knee. “Your pain only … more
Two popular beach music acts — Jim Quick & Coastline and the Band of Oz — will be performing for Beach Blast 2021 Saturday, July 10, at Hubb’s Farm. The summer celebration … more
Juniper Level Botanic Garden, a $7.5 million gift to North Carolina State University, will open two weekends this summer, July 16-18 and July 23-25. more
The North Carolina Museum of History will host “Dressing the Abbey,” a costume exhibition that highlights fashion from one of the most widely watched television dramas in the world, “Downton Abbey.” more
Gary Oldman stars in “Mank,” a beautiful film about Old Hollywood and one of the best pictures of the year. In 1940, a 24-year-old Orson Welles (Tom Burke) was lured to Hollywood by … more
Fort Fisher State Historic Site has opened “A Memory A People Could Not Forget: Lumbee Indians at Fort Fisher.” more
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