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12 Famous War Babies Who Entertained Us While Helping to Shape the American Culture

Born between 1939 and 1945, singer/songwriters, directors, and actors from the “war baby” generation are largely responsible for reshaping American music and film after World War II

M15 Secrets To Be Revealed In Raleigh | Nov 14

Dr. Christopher Andrew, featured this morning on National Public Radio concerning his long-awaited authorized history of MI5 – Britain’s domestic spy agency – will appear in Raleigh, NC, Saturday, November 14, for a noon to 2 p.m. book-signing at Quail Ridge Books

Depiction of Women in Renaissance Literature | Dec 12

Burning Coal Theatre Company’s 2009/2010 Lobby Lecturers Series continues with Dr. Maureen Quilligan, Duke University R. Florence Brinkley Professor of English.  Dr. Quilligan will speak on “the Depiction of Women in Renaissance Literature” at 6:15 pm on Saturday, December 12, 2010 prior to Burning Coal Theatre Company’s performance of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by William… Read More ›

Rare book of historic Masonic proceedings donated to N.C. State Archives

“The State Archives is very interested in the proceedings of the Grand Lodge Ancient York Masons of North Carolina in December 1846 and is honored to receive this historical publication,”

PIEDMONT LAUREATE JAKI SHELTON GREEN TO APPEAR AT RALEIGH STARBUCKS AS PART OF FIRST WORD TASTING | Oct 8

Poet Jaki Shelton Green, the 2009 Piedmont Laureate, will be celebrating Arts & Humanities Month in October by offering a special poetry “Word Tasting” to the patrons of three Triangle restaurants on Thursday, Oct. 8.