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Movie Review: ‘A Quiet Place’

The year is 2018 and audiences’ attention spans are continuously growing smaller. Every time you see a film in theaters, you hear nothing but cellphones ringing and loud chewing as audiences struggle to stay interested. Then, a film is released … more

Triangle Sci-Tech Expo Is Saturday

. Over 50 hands-on activities are planned. Test drive a robot, create your own “slime,” build a boat out of duct tape or help recreate North Carolina using LEGOs. The possibilities are endless as you check out Triangle SciTech Expo at the … more

‘Fame’ In The Works At SCT

Blake Bellanger, center, practices a dance routine with Lindsey Holt, left, and Xanayra Marin-Lopez, right, during a recent rehearsal for Sampson Community Theatre's upcoming presentation of 'Fame.' This lively musical is conceived … more

HRT Preparing For Musical ‘Oliver!’

Harnett Regional Theatre is in rehearsals for its upcoming production of 'Oliver!,' the musical with music and lyrics by Lionel Bart, based on the Charles Dickens book, 'Oliver Twist.' Performances will be presented April 27-29 … more

New State Capitol Exhibit Focuses On N.C.’s Role In Prohibition

RALEIGH – Prohibition was a unique period in our country’s history, beginning in 1918 with the passage of the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act, a federal amendment and subsequent law that prohibited the production, sale and consumption of … more

Still Time To Enjoy The PAL Fair

The 15th annual PAL Community Fair, a fundraiser for the Dunn Police Athletic and Activities League, continues through Sunday in the Walmart parking lot. In addition to rides for all ages, the fair has games and concessions. Hours, weather … more

Good Time To Support Local Theater

. Spring productions get started tonight with a sneak peek of ‘Godspell.’ Area community theater groups are busy preparing for spring productions. Here’s a rundown on what’s slated. In Benson The Benson Foundation for the … more

Movie Review: ‘Blockers’

“Blockers” is a sometimes funny, sometimes just stupid film about three teenagers and their parents who scheme to stop three young women from going through with a pact of losing their virginity on prom night. Julie (Kathryn Newton) lives … more

Time For The PAL Fair

The 15th annual PAL Community Fair, a a fundraiser for the Dunn Police Athletic and Academics League, kicks off at 5 p.m. today and lasts until Sunday, April 22. The fair is located in the Walmart parking lot. In addition to rides for all ages, the … more

Band Of Oz To Kick Off Boogie On Broad Thursday

An area favorite, Band Of Oz, will perform for the first concert of the 2018 Boogie on Broad Concert Series presented by the Dunn Area Tourism Authority Thursday in Downtown Dunn. The concert will be held on Broad Street, between Wilson and … more

Review: ‘Ferdinand’

“Ferdinand,” based on a children’s book of the same name, is directed by Carlos Saldanha and follows Ferdinand, a gentle bull who loves smelling the flowers and enjoying the outdoors until a unfortunate incident leads him into the world of … more

Streetfest And Fireworks Planned In Sanford

. Rockers Southern Culture on the Skids among bands scheduled. Legacy rockers Southern Culture on the Skids will bring their signature sound to downtown Sanford Saturday, April 14, for the second annual Downtown Sanford StreetFest & … more
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