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Harnett Native To Hold Book-Signing At Coats Museum

Baxter Ennis, a Harnett County native, will hold a book signing for his new book, “When Leadership Mattered: Inspiring Stories of 12 People Who Changed the World” Sunday, July 15, from 3 to 5 … more

Movie Review: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is a good movie. Yeah, I said it. Not anywhere near as great as the original film, but still a boat load better than its predecessor. This film is an absolutely … more

Tickets Now On Sale For Symphony’s ‘Music Of Queen’

Tickets for the North Carolina Symphony’s highly-anticipated concert “The Music of Queen” — kicking off the symphony’s 2018-2019 season at downtown Raleigh’s Meymandi Concert Hall — … more

Rick Springfield Tickets Go On Sale Today

The Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington has announced an addition to its schedule – international entertainer and performer Rick Springfield. He will take the Wilson Center … more

Movie Reviews: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ And ‘Ocean’s Eight’

“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” the latest installment in the series, is a fun ride that has everything: Brave heroes, evil villains and nonstop action. One hundred and twenty miles off the … more

Selma Museum Announces Summer Programs

The Max G. Creech Selma Historical Museum has announced its summer programs. “This summer we are going to offer a wide range of activities, events and programs for families, groups, students and … more

Celebrate National Pollinator Week At Raven Rock State Park

Come to Raven Rock State Park’s Visitor Center Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to help celebrate National Pollinator Week. Researcher Susan Campbell will be back again banding Raven Rock’s … more

N.C. Museum Of History Receives Replica 1902 Wright Glider

Ken Howard, director of the North Carolina Museum of History, announced this week the museum is receiving a replica 1902 Wright Glider previously housed in the Wright Brothers Memorial Visitor Center … more

Coats History

Many times it takes the death of an educator to make us aware of just how much that person affected the lives of so many. Death sometimes shakes our memories of those days in the classrooms and how … more

State Annual Singing Convention Begins

The 98th State Annual Singing Convention kicks off today and will continue through Sunday in the Singing Grove on Main Street in Benson. This year’s event will feature host group The Martins … more

Boogie On Broad To Continue With BlackWater Rhythm & Blues Band

Free concert to be held in Downtown Dunn Thursday. The next concert for the 2018 Boogie on Broad Concert Series presented by the Dunn Area Tourism Authority is set for Thursday in Downtown Dunn. … more

Movie Review: ‘Hereditary’

Demons, ghouls, monsters and boogeymen are all scary. But, you know what’s even worse? Family drama. And this is why “Hereditary” works so well. Behind all the bumps in the night, it paints … more
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