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I know I tend to talk about mothers a lot. I'm all "moms" this and "moms" that. Even the name of my column, "Motherland," would indicate a somewhat exclusive focus on moms.
Music to this band is a "Gray" matter. The Gray family - Bev Gray Gude and her brothers, Brad and Barry, grew up in Burlington and recall that "there was a lot of singing in our house."
Many modern country-folk acts like to craft their twang-tinged tracks from cramped Brooklyn apartments or open-mic nights on Nashville's Music Row, but Asheville, N.C., quartet River Whyless makes music straight from the hills of North Carolina.
Zach Atchley, has been elevated to the position of assistant executive director.
Kindred Records is proud to announce the release of "Living In A Moment" by North Carolina based bluegrass group Travis Frye and Blue Mountain.
While many students and recent grads use the summertime to relax, for one Appalachian State University student the summer will be spent working at the White House.
Isabella Brower and Alexis Hurd are recipients of Onlsow County Crime Stoppers Scholarships for 2014.
The public is invited to attend the opening session of the third annual Appalachian Energy Summit July 28 at Appalachian State University.
November is over three months away, but the results of this year's Ashe County Board of Education election is already a foregone conclusion.
Kenny and Denise Long of Lincolnton announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelsey Leigh Branch of Lincolnton to Daniel Keith Payseur of Lowell.
David Watson, brother of the late Doc Watson, is a regular fixture at the Doc & Rosa Lee Watson MusicFest 'n Sugar Grove.
'The Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living II' by Matthew Hindley Image courtesy of BRUNDYN+, Cape Town Need a reason to visit the Turchin Center? Here's "TWENTY."
Chris Brook, the Legal Director of the North Carolina ACLU, speaks to members of the media during the first day of a hearing challenging North Carolina's new voting law on July 7, 2014 in Winston-Salem, N.C. Starting in 2016, students in North Carolina will have to present a photo ID to vote.
Who the hell is Valerie Macon? That's what poets in North Carolina are asking this week after Gov. Pat McCrory bypassed the established process for choosing the state's poet laureate and appointed the unknown, inexperienced Macon to the post for the next two years.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 08:17 pm
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