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Month: May 2013

Jonathan Fitts to Conduct Burning Coal’s 2013 Summer Theatre Conservatory

Burning Coal Theatre Company is proud to announce that Jonathan Fitts, a recent graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, will conduct its 2013 Summer Theatre Conservatory for Teens in July.  Jonathan will then take over as Director of Education at Burning Coal Theatre Company.  A photo of Jon is attached and his bio is below…. Read More ›

One Song Productions Does its Best with Naomi Iizuka’s Shoddily Written Play

“Language of Angels,” written by Naomi Iizuka, is a strange, not-oft-performed little play, one that blends Japanese Noh tradition, lyrical language, and a slightly disjointed storyline. That’s a lot to tackle for even the most seasoned of directors, but somehow, young director Nell Ovitt manages to pull it off with semi-success in One Song’s production… Read More ›

Mother Earth Brewing – Endless River Kölsch-style Ale

Today we review the Endless River Kölsch out of the Mother Earth Brewing Co of Kinston. Mother Earth says “Take the goodness of garden-grown products, the warmth of small town life, the earthy ethic of rock ‘n roll, a deep respect for a time-honored craft…and you have the ingredients of Mother Earth Brewing. They describe… Read More ›

The Big Deal with Bottle Shops

If you haven’t seen the hype we did over the past weekend for our newest addition to our website, we added a map and listing of all the beer bottle shops in North Carolina – RIGHT HERE. It may not actually be a complete one, online research and our state-wide explorations may have missed a… Read More ›

Fast & Furious 6

“Fast & Furious 6” Nearly Overheats

“The Fast and the Furious” franchise began as an homage to B-movies of old that centered around street racing and hot rods, becoming a sleeper hit for Universal. That was back in 2001. Twelve years and five sequels later, the “Fast” franchise is still humming along, with “Fast 5” being the best in the series… Read More ›