The village of Pinehurst has announced that "Art Fore Golf," a unique outdoor art exhibit, will anchor an exciting fundraising opportunity which will be part of the "Moments in Time" campaign.
Area gardeners look forward to the annual fund-raising plant sale conducted by the Dirt Gardener Volunteers at the Weymouth Center for the Arts and Humanities.
Food tells a story. Biblical authors employed grain, grapes, milk, manna, fish, olives, honey as images Food bridges differences, hence -"breaking bread." Food can also be magic, -mystical, malevolent.
Mamadou Sidibe has reformed ceremonial Wassoulou Malian music. Joe Craven plays the improvisational music of a one-man-band. Walter Strauss transposes the African harp into Americana guitar.
"Driving Miss Daisy," the Pulitzer Prize drama by playwright Alfred Uhry, opens the second season of the Judson Theatre Company with two well-known actors playing the leading roles.
A clever medical thriller film with plenty of disquieting twists, "Side Effects" seems another assured effort from director Steven Soderbergh, though he claims this is his last theatrical effort.
BY KONNI MCMURRAY
Area pilot Jim Murray, of Lakeview, has now given more than 400 young people a free demonstration airplane ride as part of the Experimental Aircraft Association's Young Eagles program, which is introducing a new generation to the world of flight.
The Sandhills Horticultural Society will hold its spring plant sale from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 13.
Growing our own produce has become this year's biggest endeavor across the country.
The Penick Village art show is one of my favorite events. Lovely art, de-lish food and good mingling — the show has it all.
Historically, women have been classified as homemakers — meaning they maintained a house provided by a man.
BY FAYE DASEN
Had your "five-to-nine for good health" fruits and/or veggies today?
BY CLAUDIA WATSON