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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
In the late 1800s, few may have imagined that a civil engineer specializing in bridges and other steel designs would help revolutionize not only the skyline of carnivals and fairs, but summertime … more
The calendar continued to display 1983 and the month was August. In the national news it was reported that a group of young Milwaukeeans electronically invaded some 20 major computer systems … more
Gaming is a popular activity across the globe. WePC, a custom computer-building company, says there are more than 2.5 billion video gamers around the world. Sixty percent of United States-based … more
Angier singer/songwriter Paige Johnson has been invited to perform in Friday’s online version of the Fayetteville Arts Council’s weekly talent showcase. 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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