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North Carolina Symphony Summerfest Concert to Delay Start Time This Saturday

North Carolina Symphony Summerfest Concert to Delay Start Time This Saturday

Romeo & Juliet Concert to begin at 8:30 p.m. Cary, NC – The most up-to-date weather information for Saturday, June 30 indicates a strong possibility of excessive heat on the Booth Amphitheatre stage at the regular Summerfest start time of 7:30 p.m. Therefore, in order to best balance the safety and comfort of the audience, as well as the musicians and their instruments officials have decided to delay the start of the North Carolina Symphony’s Romeo and Juliet concert until 8:30 p.m. Gates at the Amphitheatre will be open at 6:00 p.m. and concertgoers are welcome to enter the park and set up lawn chairs and blankets as usual.   Patrons are encouraged to pack plenty of water. For complete […]

North Carolina Museum of History Associates Announces William Wilson as Executive Director

North Carolina Museum of History Associates Announces William Wilson as Executive Director

RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina Museum of History Associates is pleased to announce the appointment of William “Billy” Wilson as Executive Director, effective July 1. Wilson’s duties will include leading efforts to expand membership in the Associates across the state, implementing events to diversify and increase the organization’s funding base, and overseeing the successful retail shop at the North Carolina Museum of History. Lyn Maness has ably served as Interim Executive Director during this transition. A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, Wilson served as an independent contractor with the Associates before becoming the group’s Associate Director in 2008. In that position Wilson has been instrumental in planning and executing special events and fund-raising efforts. “Billy will bring energy and continuity […]

Win Keeps SwampDogs 1st Half Title Hopes Alive

Win Keeps SwampDogs 1st Half Title Hopes Alive

Hampton, VA – The Fayetteville SwampDogs picked up their 17th win of the season on Wednesday night, defeating the Peninsula Pilots 4-2 in Hampton, Virginia. Fayetteville scored two runs without a hit in the first frame, as two errors and two hit batters by Peninsula allowed the Dogs to get on the board first. Joe Ciamacco (Ohio State) drove in Zach Gawrych (Tampa) on a single in the second inning to make it 3-0 SwampDogs. The run was the 25th of the season for Gawrych, extending his league lead. The Dogs then lead 4-0 when Tyler Ding (Tampa) doubled home Sal Giardina (Lynn) in the third inning. Giardina had reached base with his team-leading fifth double on the year to […]

Tynita Butts Qualifies For Olympic Trials High Jump Final

Tynita Butts Qualifies For Olympic Trials High Jump Final

EUGENE, Ore. June 28, 2012 – Pirate junior All-America Tynita Butts took the next step in realizing her Olympic dreams Thursday, finishing in a tie for first to qualify for the high jump finals at the 2012 United States Track and Field Olympic Trials at historic Hayward Field. 2012 USA Track and Field Olympic Trials Central Competing in the second of two flights, Butts cleared 1.79 and 1.83 meters on her first attempt – one of only six competitors to avoid a miss in the preliminary. The elite field includes American record holder Chaunte Lowe and two-time defending NCAA champion Brigetta Barrett of the University of Arizona. Butts’ personal-best height is 1.87 meters, but Thursday’s field was pared down to […]

NBA Draft Brings Back Memories for Buzz Peterson

NBA Draft Brings Back Memories for Buzz Peterson

WILMINGTON, North Carolina – With the National Basketball Association’s draft just hours away, UNCW’s Buzz Peterson finds himself on a unique list: He is one of 32 active NCAA Division I head basketball coaches that was selected in the NBA Draft. The Cleveland Cavaliers tabbed Peterson in the seventh round of the 1985 draft. Peterson, who begins his third season with the Seahawks in 2012-13, will be watching closely when the selection show begins at 7 p.m. EST at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. According to Mike Douchant, author of the Encyclopedia of College Basketball and guru of the fact-based CollegeHoopedia.com, Peterson is one of three state coaches drafted following their collegiate careers. UNC Asheville’s Eddie Biedenbach was selected […]

Wilmington Hammerheads Face LA Blues for Third Time this Season

Wilmington Hammerheads Face LA Blues for Third Time this Season

Hammerheads look to set the record even Wilmington, NC – The Wilmington Hammerheads have worked all week to come back from a 4-0 defeat against the Dayton Dutch Lions in their last away match. The Los Angeles Blues travel to Wilmington on Saturday, June 30 to take on the Hammerheads for their third meeting of the season at 7:30 p.m. at Legion Stadium. The Hammerheads and the Blues faced off twice earlier this season in back-to-back matches out in LA at the beginning of May. The Hammerheads completed the weekend with a 2-1 loss and a 2-2 tie, and have more than enough motivation to come out against LA this Saturday in full force with the league’s 4th place seed […]

Trampled By Turtles w/Honey Honey Coming to Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
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Trampled By Turtles w/Honey Honey Coming to Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre

Penguin Presents:
Trampled By Turtles w/ Honey Honey
Tickets available at Gravity Records, All Slice of Life Locations and online
GA seating, All Ages

Tift Merritt Coming to Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
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Tift Merritt Coming to Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre

The Penguin Presents:
Tift Merritt w/guests
Tickets available at Gravity Records, All Slice of Life Locations and online
GA seating, All Ages

Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre to Present Galactic
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Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre to Present Galactic

98.3 FM The Penguin Presents:
Galactic feat. Corey Glover
Tickets available at Gravity Records, All Slice of Life Locations and online
GA seating, All Ages

Bombs Burst In Team USA Win Over Wilmington Sharks

Bombs Burst In Team USA Win Over Wilmington Sharks

Wilmington, NC – If the first inning didn’t count, the Wilmington Sharks (0-1) and the Team USA Baseball Collegiate National Team (2-0) may still be playing. Instead, the Nationals came out of Buck Hardee Field with a 7-4 victory, their second straight win over a Coastal Plain League foe. A pair of walks issued by Tim Keller opened the game, and when Kris Bryant launched a rocket over the right center field wall it looked like it could be a long night for the Sharks. Instead, the bullpen came on and seven other pitchers allowed just four more runs through the final eight innings of play against some of the best summer collegiate players in the country. Aaron Hoover, Chris […]

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