On Saturday, July 13, the streets of Southern Pines will come alive as music lovers flood the downtown "juke joints" for another year of the Sunrise Theater's annual Blues Crawl fundraiser.
The Arts Council of Moore County is celebrating 33 years of its popular Fine Arts Festival and is calling all artists to participate.
The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) presents paintings and sculptures from the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, Va.
HopeFest is slated for Saturday, May 25, at the Village Arboretum in Pinehurst. Admission to the Moore County community event is free and features a day of live music that includes performances from 33 Miles, Gold City, The Anchormen, Rapture Road, Jason Bullock and Larry Chason.
The anniversary celebration presents an assortment of excerpts from classical and contemporary ballets performed by students of Terpsichore over the past 20 years.
Terpsichore ... a moving experience announces the acceptance of advanced dance students Mary Costanza, Marissa Martin and Alexis Metzger into American Ballet Theatre's summer session, as well as advanced dancer Madison Blevins into the Joffrey Ballet Summer Intensive.
The 2013 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Award winners have been announced.
MANNA! in Motion, the 5K and 10K trail race, will be held at Sandhills Community College, 3395 Airport Road, Southern Pines, on Saturday, June 1.
Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham announces upcoming events and activities, which are free with admission to the museum.
From April 22-26, Moore County students were treated to performances by Garry Krinsky and his "Toying with Science" show, courtesy of Performing Arts in Moore Schools (PAMS).
Members of Dance Impressions Performing Company recently attended regional dance competitions.
Twin sisters Kira and Elisa Arauz, 17, have been studying under the direction of Diana Turner-Forte, the artistic director of the Choreographic Institute of North Carolina, for six years.
The North Carolina Symphony will present a new symphonic project celebrating the life and work of American musical icon Jerry Garcia, featuring roots rock legend and Asheville native Warren Haynes, Thursday, June 20, at 8 p.m., at Red Hat Amphitheatre in downtown Raleigh.
John Cowan, known as the Voice of Newgrass, has been singing his heart out for 35 years now.
The Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation is one of the most significant documents in United States history.