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The hills are coming alive as the Gilbert Theater brings a classic musical to the local stage. Traditionally, Gilbert Theater has produced a Christmas-themed production to close out the year. “The Sound of Music” promises to delight audiences with a large cast and familiar musical numbers.

Award-winning rhythm and blues trio Tony! Toni! Toné! will help usher in the new year during the city’s New Year’s Eve party at Festival Park. The group will headline the …

Audiences can see a special showing of Neil Simon’s 1965 Broadway play “The Odd Couple'' for a limited time at Cape Fear Regional Theatre. You don’t want to miss this special …

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Neil Simon’s 1965 Broadway play “The Odd Couple’’ is coming to Cape Fear Regional Theatre Nov. 3-13 starring Marc de la Concha as Felix and Jonathan Judge-Russo as Oscar, and …

Hop on the bus for a Halloween treat. Families are invited to trick-or-treat at the FAST Transit Center, where bus drivers and other employees will hand out candy on Halloween.

You can’t keep a good zombie down. They’re back for the 12th annual Zombie Walk and Prom on Friday evening in downtown Fayetteville. The undead will roam the streets from 6 to 10 p.m.

They came for what would be the final curtain call for the first lady of Cape Fear Regional Theatre. A farewell bow, if you will, for Olga Thorp. They knew her as Bo. They knew her as Bo.

The North Carolina State Fair lights up its midway with thrill rides, game booths and agricultural exhibits. But, let’s face it, what you’re really after is all those buttered-and-fried foods the vendors are serving. The fair opens Thursday and runs through Oct. 23 at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh.

Six middle school students and three elementary students have been selected for all-state honors choruses, according to a Cumberland County Schools news release.

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