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Live @ The Rudy hopes in December to perform 14 of its famous Christmas Jubilee shows, scaled-down from the usual 41 showings. more
Start humming your favorite Christmas carols and plan to attend Tryon Palace’s Holiday Cheer event in commemoration of its 250th anniversary. more
The season was winter in Coats when the Coats Area Chamber of Commerce recognized Wade’s Restaurant as the Business Focus of the Week. One of the highlights of the restaurant was the breakfast … more
The 12th reunion of the Cruzin’ for St. Jude Children’s Hospital Car Show will be held Saturday, Nov. 21, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Heath’s Steakhouse, 316 S. Powell Ave., Dunn. more
In a season that has lost a measure of joy to COVID-19, attractions across North Carolina buoy spirits with new celebrations and adjusted traditions that embrace the wonder of the holidays while being mindful of safety. more
The year was 1986 and Ronald and Nancy Davis Reagan occupied the White House. The couple had married in 1952 and parented two children, Patti, who was an actress, and Ron, who was a ballet dancer. … more
A CD of piano music composed by a Campbell University music faculty member will be released Friday, Nov. 13, by Ravello Records. more
“And remember — don’t give your heart to any boys — until you get married. And then you’re still mine.” “OK, Dad.” So opens “On the … more
The North Carolina Transportation Museum will offer the Candy Cane Train, a fun and festive holiday-themed daytime train ride and activities, weekends Nov. 21 through Dec. 20. more
New Year's specials at the IGA grocery store included sirloin steak for $2.48 per pound, ground beef, $1.18 per pound, chicken fryer legs at 68 cents per pound and T-bone steak, $2.78 a pound. How do you like those prices? more
Things are certainly moving ahead for Angier singer/songwriter Paige King Johnson thanks to Country Music Television’s decision to premiere her latest video “Just Like You.” It … more
RALEIGH — Celebrate the 25th annual American Indian Heritage Festival from the safety of your home or classroom with the North Carolina Museum of History. While museum exhibits are now open to … more
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