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Foundation's 'GivingTuesday' window closes on Wednesday

Throughout a 52-week year, Mary Holmes and her team from the Cumberland Community Foundation engage with the generous with a simple goal in mind.

Fayetteville's first food truck court opens in Haymount

As Black Friday shoppers were scurrying to cash in on post-Thanksgiving deals, Jordan Sherrod and Chris Beaty, the owners of the brand-new Haymount Truck Stop — Fayetteville’s first food …

First in a series: During GivingTuesday, CityView Today is spotlighting a few of the 79 nonprofit agencies supported by the Cumberland Community Foundation’s annual observance of the global day …

For nearly four decades, Blashfield Sign Company has been leaving its mark at Fort Bragg, erecting most of the iconic signage seen in and around the military installation. So when the U.S. Dept. …

Veterans Day events you won’t want to miss

With Veterans Day on Saturday, there are plenty of events in the Fayetteville area to celebrate the holiday this weekend. Whether you are active duty military, a military spouse or family member, a …

Gladys Knight brings star power to the Crown Theatre Friday night

At the age of 79, Gladys Knight is not slowing down, and Fayetteville is just one stop along a concert tour across three countries that stretches well into 2024. Knight is bringing her soulful artistry to the Crown Theatre tomorrow night and tickets are still available through Ticketmaster. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Her performance is part of Community Concerts’ 88th season and comes just behind The Beach Boys, who are performing at the Crown Theatre tonight.

Review: 3 walking places with fall and water views near Fort Liberty

Sometimes rituals help create a sense of home and stability in the midst of a mobile life. Instead of identifying “home” as a place, I’ve adapted it into more of a practice. …

Editor's note: As part of CityView's commitment to filling gaps by providing reporting and information for the Fort Liberty community, our HomeFront initiative has added two columnists who will write regularly about issues military families face. In this column, Jaylin Kremer, who lives at Fort Liberty with her active-duty spouse, talks about the power of social media for learning and engaging in a new area. If there's a topic you'd like for our columnists address, let us know at talk@cityviewnc.com.

Editor's note: As part of CityView's commitment to filling gaps by providing reporting and information for the Fort Liberty community, our HomeFront initiative has added two columnists who will write regularly about issues military families face. Today: Aria Spears, who lives at Fort Liberty with her active-duty spouse, writes about moving. If there's a topic you'd like for our columnists address, let us know at talk@cityviewnc.com.

Do the right thing

North Carolina’s State Employees’ Credit Union is the second-largest credit union in the country, serving 2.7 million current and former state employees, teachers, and their families. …

Fort Liberty HomeFront: Life is what you make it

Being a new military spouse I have found two things that are true for every military spouse. One : The service member’s career comes first. And two : This life is what you make of it. …

From a ghostly night of live theater to trunk-or-treats, CityView has compiled a list of festive activities in Cumberland County for you and the family to partake in this October. 

Lessons learned from climbing mountains

The first step of any endeavor is often the hardest one to take. The first “real” mountain that I attempted to climb was Mount Adams in the Cascades of Washington. In 2015, I set out with a guide company from Seattle to attempt to summit the mountain. Up until that point in my life I was an avid hiker, and I thought I was in the physical condition needed to climb a 12,000+ foot mountain. I wasn’t. Not even close.

Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s new season opens this week. For a preview and a closer look at the theater's operation, CityView spoke with marketing director Ashley Owen and managing director Ella Wrenn. Find out more at www.cfrt.org.

Metronet is handing out free ice cream in neighborhoods across Fayetteville. The internet service provider is sponsoring a branded truck that will be popping up all over town delivering free ice cream to help beat the summer heat, according to a Metronet spokeswoman.

Enthusiastic fans turn out for Indigo Moon Film Fest, organizer says

Indigo Moon Film Fest had an “amazing” return to in-person screenings over the weekend, with strong attendance and enthusiastic audiences, according to festival co-founder Pat Wright.

In 1971 Don McLean in his song “American Pie’’ refers to a tragic loss to the rock and roll culture when he sings the lyrics, “the day the music died.” McLean was …

J.R. Rodriguez was, literally, the oldest cat on the stage, and he was struck by the conversations he overheard among his younger castmates. The result is “Remember Yesterday,” a movie he directed that was recently an award winner at a film festival in Italy. The film will be screened Aug. 16 at Cameo Art House Theatre in downtown Fayetteville.

It’s been almost a year since Sarahgrace Snipes came on board as executive director of the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival. In that time, she’s been busy with the Fayetteville After Five summer concert series and the Dogwood Fall Festival. But she has yet to get a spring festival under her belt. That is expected to change this month as the 40th annual Fayetteville Dogwood Festival returns to downtown for the first time since 2019.

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