A premiere movie event for local artists and regional up-and-comers continues as the second annual Micropolitan Film Festival returns this Friday and Saturday.
For this year, a SiriusXM radio host and entertainer will be the guest entertainer at the annual banquet of the McDowell Chamber of Commerce. And this Blue Collar Radio personality will be the first nationally-known act to perform at downtown Marion’s Municipal Event Center.
Old Fort Elementary recently held their third annual Winter Arts Festival where every student displayed a work from his or her class.
This weekend, downtown Marion will be taken over by superheroes and supervillians as Marion Comic Con comes roaring back along with other comic book-related events.
KURE BEACH— Twenty feet below the surface of a natural spring, Lydia Byrd finds herself eyes wide open, blowing heart-shaped kisses, fulfilling her dreams. Byrd is a mountain girl living in a mermaid’s world, and loving it.
RALEIGH - Nominations are being accepted for the 2019 North Carolina Award, the highest civilian honor bestowed by the state, now through April 15. Created by the General Assembly in 1961 and administered by the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the award recognize…
This Sunday, a special film will be shown at Mountain Marquee that focuses on the impact Medicare had on the Civil Rights Movement.
Showtime starts at 6 p.m. at East McDowell Middle School. Ticket prices are $5 for adults, $3 for students and children under 5 are free. Judges for the talent show are Rhonda Spencer, Sharon Rayburn, and Savanah Spencer.
They each had to audition in January to earn a place in the band. Their audition consisted of memorized scales, a solo and sight reading.
If you’re a fan of storytelling, songs and atrocious puns, then performer Ted Remington and singer Luci Fresina are here to satisfy.