On Saturday, Jan. 18, McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center in Henderson will present a night of bluegrass with The Larry Stephenson Band and GrassStreet. The show will start at 7:30 p.m.
Last Labor Day holiday, my family took a day trip to the Outer Banks. No plans or agendas, other than visiting the aquarium and finding somewhere new for lunch. We loaded up with drinks and snacks and headed out.
The Warren County NAACP will hold a screening of the documentary film, “Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook,” at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 20, at the Warren County Courthouse, 109 S. Main St.,… Read more
Opening the 2020 spring season at the Dunn Center’s Mims Gallery at North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount is a solo exhibition with new works by Jan Sullivan-Volz through Feb. 16. Her exhibition opens with a 5-7 p.m. reception party free to the public on Thursday, Jan. 23, with live…
Andrejev Galleries will solo feature the paintings of Jacksonville native Stephen Ellis Greer, Sr. for the spring season through March 7. The exhibit is titled, Stephen Ellis Greer: Full Moon.
Whether you brought in the New Year comfy and cozy in your living room, at a Watch Night service, or out celebrating with friends and family, chances are years from now, you will remember how you brought in the year 2020.
Happy New Year to all Warrentoners. I personally want to thank the Hawtree Fire Department in Wise for a wonderful New Year’s breakfast gathering.
President Trump’s threat that he would destroy the cultural sites of Iran is barbaric and un-American to the extreme. The fact that he would seriously consider such an action illustrates his extreme short-sightedness and lack of sensitivity.
None are so blind as they who will not see. There are some, not so many, that feel empowered. They belong to a swindling tribe with a common interest, minds of a kind so to speak. They exist in their own little world, oblivious to the obvious. They deny, even rail against, their own bad deci…
The following is reprinted from April 2014.