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After 18 years of anticipation, M. Night Shyamalan has brought back Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson for “Glass” the sequel/spin-off hybrid of “Split” and “Unbreakable.” Following … more
This year’s North Carolina Azalea Festival Friday Night Concert will feature headliner Hank Williams Jr. with opening act Frank Foster. The concert will be at 7 p.m. on April 5 on the NCAF Main … more
You are continuing to revisit the events which occurred across Coats-Grove area as well as a few on the national front in 1974. This was the year that President Ford had pardoned Nixon. Ford wanted … more
A new free exhibit, “The Story of BBQ in North Carolina” will open to the public Saturday in the North Carolina History Center at Tryon Palace in New Bern. The exhibit explores the roots of … more
Tickets are on sale for Harnett Regional Theatre’s next production, Lerner and Loewe’s “My Fair Lady,” opening Feb. 22 at the Stewart Theatre in Downtown Dunn. The show will be directed by … more
Sampson Community Theatre is preparing for the opening of its upcoming production of the musical “Pocahontas,” based on the book by Vera Morris, and music and lyrics by Scott DeTurk. Angela … more
Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart sparkle in “The Upside,” a formula mismatched buddy film that rises above the formula with powerful performances. A Ferrari is speeding down Park Avenue in … more
The “Eagle Scout President,” as Gerald Ford was nicknamed, was serving in the White House in 1974. Gerald Ford was a handsome young man and when in high school, he had won a contest as the Most … more
The Harnett County Arts Council and Charles Bryan CPA are sponsoring an Artists’ Social next week. From 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, artists and those who love the arts will gather at Grace … more
The Harnett Area Shag Association will have its monthly dance party tonight with music by DJ Joey Warren. The event will be held at the Dunn Shrine Center, 211 N. Clinton Ave., Dunn. There will be … more
The Museum of the Cape Fear starts the new year with a new exhibit opening Saturday. “Treasures of Carolina: Stories from the State Archives” is an exhibit showcasing one-of-a-kind documents, … more
The Temple Theatre opens the musical comedy “A Second Helping: the Church Basement Ladies Sequel” by Jim Stowell and Jessica Zuehlke, with music and lyrics by Drew Jansen, this weekend in … more
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