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New library books
Adult Fiction “All the Old Knives” by Olen Steinhauer “The Assassin” by Clive Cussler “Life or Death” by Michael Robotham “The Lost Child” b ...



Orr will talk about her writing at spring dinner
The Barton College Friends of Hackney Library will welcome award-winning author Elaine Neil Orr as the featured speaker for FOHL’s annual spring dinner and lecture on Tuesday, April 7. The event ...



Barton celebrates poetry at annual event April 11
Make plans to attend the annual Walking into April Poetry Day at Barton College on Saturday, April 11 in The Sam and Marjorie Ragan Writing Center. This year brings another distinguished group of poet ...



New library books
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Cold Betrayal” by J.A. Jance “A Dangerous Place” by Jacqueline Winspear “Endangere ...



Wave of warblers, sea of siskins, goldies galore
I will continue the winter “wing” count on my premises like this: I’ve had a blanket of black birds, a fortune of finches, a dozen doves, a cask of cardinals, a bouquet of bluebirds ...



Marlatt's artwork takes on many forms
Artist Megan Marlatt brings her unique creations to the Barton Art Galleries for an invitational exhibition titled “Reckless Fun,” which opens Sunday. The exhibition, sponsored by the Bart ...



Book tells struggles 'Behind the Drive'
Brandon Sneed has written a book, “Behind the Drive,” about Barton College graduate Kenney Moore, founder of Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries, and his fight to keep his restaurant alive. ...



Fecho opens art studio and gallery in Tarboro
TARBORO — Barton College professor of art Susan Fecho, a resident of nearby historic Tarboro, has opened Fecho Designs: Art Studio and Gallery. The grand opening for the downtown art studio and ...



New library books
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “The Alphabet House” by Jussi Adler-Olsen “The American Lover” by Rose Tremain “A D ...



Playing possum is not playing with a possum
How exciting it is to me to have readers relate an unexpected encounter with a wild critter, especially when the bit of fur or feathers became a part of their family. Here’s a priceless example ...



Newspaper rubber bands now a colorful ball
Have you ever wondered what you should do with the rubber band that comes wrapped around your newspaper? Wilbert Williams of Wilson came up with a resourceful idea. He has spent the last six years mak ...



Something to do
Gallery WILSON ARTS CENTER: “Wood: Fine Art, Decorative Arts and Fine Crafts” continues to April 25. Ed Newman is featured artist in the Wilson Active Artists Association exhibit in Low ...



Gallery show opens at Wilson Arts Center
Tonight will be busy at the Wilson Arts Center with a gallery opening for three exhibits. The reception is 5:30 to 7:30 for the free event. The featured show, “Wood,” includes items fro ...



Local teen featured in organ concert Friday
The First Christian Church Abendmusik Series continues on Friday at 7 p.m. with Katherine Johnson of Wilson, organist. Katherine, 14, has been studying organ for nearly four years and is current ...



Play addresses variety of women's issues
The play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf” is about women and friendships, said Toshika Johnson Smith who directs the Vision Community Theatre Group ...



New library books
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Crash and Burn” by Lisa Gardner “Death of a Liar” by M.C. Beaton “Double Fudge B ...



Something to do
Gallery WILSON ARTS CENTER: “Wood: Fine Art, Decorative Arts and Fine Crafts” opens with a reception Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and continues to April 25. Ed Newman is featured art ...




Here are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “All Day and a Night” by Alafair Burke “Black River” by S.M. Hulse “Funny Girl” by ...



Concerts are rescheduled for later this month
The Arts Council of Wilson has rescheduled two events after winter weather forced earlier events to be postponed. The Monitors will be kicking things off for a weekend of music honoring the African ...



See 'Great Gatsby' starting tonight at Boykin
The cast of Playhouse of Wilson’s “The Great Gatsby” includes both newcomers and veterans of the local stage. Appearing in the production Thursday through Sunday are Joe Dlugos, E ...



Works of art in wood exhibit at Arts Center
The featured show opening in Boykin Gallery of the Wilson Art Center next week will feature art works of wood. The opening reception is Thursday, March 12, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The public is invi ...



N.C. sports legends speak at museum
Four outstanding athletes from North Carolina will share their stories and highlight their sports careers, past and present, during Tar Heel Sports Legends: A Panel and Workshop for Youth on Saturday ...



New library books
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “The Fever Tree” by Jennifer McVeigh “How to Be a Good Wife” by Emma Chapman “Makin ...



Playhouse stages a classic
Whether you were introduced to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” in a high school literature class or through the movies, you probably recall the story of decadence, infidelit ...




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