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'Crimes of the Heart' at Barton next week
Picture this: Three sisters, who share nothing at all in common, reunited after a dreadful event. They struggle to cope with the frustrations and pitfalls that are ever so common in a dysfunctional fa ...



Raleigh museum pays honor to bluegrass
RALEIGH — The N.C. Museum of History is jumping on the bluegrass bandwagon with an exhibit, performances and programs to celebrate Raleigh’s second year of hosting the International Bluegr ...



DOWNTOWN BEATS & EATS
The event has the elements for a good time in downtown Wilson: music with local roots, food trucks and specialty beverages. It’s Downtown Beats & Eats, the new Thursday evening fall conce ...



ACT! for Youth says goodbye to director
ACT! For Youth is losing its director of six years, Martha Hale. Hale, who came here in the spring of 2008 has taken a job teaching theater at Sheep-Harney Elementary School in Elizabeth City. H ...



Sen and Hancock featured in Rocky Mount show
ROCKY MOUNT — Artists John A. Hancock and Promila Sen, who met in Wilson decades ago, will be featured in an exhibit of paintings at Mims Gallery in Rocky Mount starting Friday and continuing th ...



New library books
New Adult Fiction Seven-day checkout. “Act Of War: A Thriller” / Brad Thor “Any Other Name” / Craig Johnson “The Autobiography Of Mrs. Tom Thumb” / Mel ...



Playhouse plans three shows for upcoming season
Playhouse of Wilson opens the 2014-2015 season with “The 39 Steps,” starring Adam Twiss. This is a comedic thriller where an ordinary man is found in an extraordinary situation being chase ...



New library books
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. New Adult Fiction Seven-day checkout. “All Fall Down”/ Jennifer Weiner “The Anatomy Lesson” / Nina Sieg ...



BOYKIN SERIES 18
This year’s Boykin Center Series 18 will bring back some familiar faces to the Wilson stage and welcome some new ones. There’s definitely name recognition with a number of performers, i ...



Head downtown for 1st Fridays on the Lawn
This season’s 1st Fridays on the Lawn concert series kicks off this week with country music and the area’s National Night Out event. The fun starts at 6 p.m. Friday on the front lawn at ...



Time to submit regional art grant applications
The Arts Council of Wilson and the arts councils in the region are seeking applications for the 2014–15 Regional Artist Project Grants. The deadline to apply is Sept. 12. The Regional Artist ...



New library books
New Adult Fiction Seven-day checkout. “The Beekeeper’s Ball” / Susan Wiggs “The Last Kind Words Saloon” / Larry McMurtry “Little Mercies” / Heathe ...



HAVING FUN WITH SHAKESPEARE
Stage manager Wendy Wingrove still laughs during each night of rehearsals for “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” even though she’s seen it and heard it so many ti ...



Former Wilsonian Mahalia Breen writes about her life
Mahalia Breen spent a large part of her life in Wilson, and now living in England, has authored a book, “30ish,” telling about her life with its successes and disappointments. She is t ...



Sunday concert benefit for Roundhouse
Enjoy and evening of jazz and blues Sunday at the Boykin Center with Vinnie Knight, The Monitors and Taylhar. The event, presented by Beachtown Records, is a fundraiser for the Freeman Roundhouse M ...




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