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The year on the calendar displayed 1984 — the same date that, although George Orwell placed his vision of a horrific totalitarian world in the year 1984, the Western world seemed to revel in … more
CHAPEL HILL — In an on-going effort to create innovative fundraising opportunities, Film Fest 919 is among a group of organizations chosen to partner with NEON Films to release the documentary … more
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Symphony has added a new virtual education performance to its online music education products created during the COVID-19 pandemic. The newest video transforms the … more
The Showtime fantasy horror series “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels,” which ended in 2016, follows it up with a film noir spinoff, that is gripping, intense and beautiful. Set in 1938 Los … more
The year was 1984 — the year of the yuppie and the eternal question, “Where’s the beef?” With his popularity stabilizing at 50%, Ronald Reagan made the choice to run for a second term as … more
The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher and the Wilmington Earth Day Alliance will host their Earth Day 2020: 50th Anniversary Virtual Celebration Saturday, April 25, from noon to 6 p.m. more
Hugh Jackman shines as a corrupt school superintendent in “Bad Education,” a piercing and interesting story about high school corruption and the largest school theft in American history. It … more
RALEIGH — “Here’s to the land of the longleaf pine. The summer land where the sun doth shine.” Celebrate North Carolina’s natural history and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with … more
The calendar continued to display the year 1983. New words were added to our vocabulary. “Evil empire” was a term that President Reagan used to describe the Soviet Empire. “Mouse” entered … more
It was fall of 1983 and a Korean Air 747 had been shot down by a Soviet jet fighter after it entered Soviet airspace. It was flight 007 and 269 people were killed. Five days later the Soviet Union … more
ASHEBORO — In an effort to help meet the educational and learning needs of children and parents during this challenging time, the North Carolina Zoo is offering an all-new Virtual Visit program. … more
RALEIGH — The Got to Be NC Festival announced Wednesday that the 2020 edition of the event, slated for May 15-17 at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, has been canceled. “Anyone … more
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