One advantage of writing a personal column is that of shameless self-promotion. Allow me, then, to indulge myself.
LUMBERTON — Founded 55 years ago in Detroit, Motown was, during its heyday, an institution for burgeoning black musicians.
FAIRMONT — A gardener is defined as a person who tends and cultivates a garden as a pastime or for a living. For 80-year-old Ernest Thompson, it means so much more.
LUMBERTON — Spray paint is most commonly associated with graffiti, but Jim Hurst uses it to create an altogether different style of art.
PEMBROKE — Spirit Wing will bring its unique brand of American Indian roots music to The University of North Carolina at Pembroke at 7 p.m. on Jan. 23 at the college's Moore Hall Auditorium.
LUMBERTON — On Dec. 4, 1956, four titans of American music teamed up for an impromptu jam session at the storied Sun Records Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. This veritable Mount Rushmore of early rock 'n' roll stars included...
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LUMBERTON — John Hodges will take audiences on a truncated tour of American history as part of a career-spanning production that blends Civil War reenactment with moments from 1950s and 1960s pop culture.
LUMBERTON — Kennedy Gray, a resident of of Chesapeake , Virginia, with ties to Robeson County, recently received the Girl Scout Gold Award — the highest honor available for a a girl scout.
LUMBERTON — Bonnie West, a health and fitness supervisor at Southeastern Lifestyle Center for Fitness in Lumberton, sees it every year — that perennial New Year's resolution to lose weight will inevitably top the list for many people...