Fayetteville High School Tiger Hill Studio extended thanks to Simply Fabulous, vocal group of the Fabulous Fifties Show, for visiting the studio recently and recording six songs. The project will benefit the studio by giving experience to the class and the community by spreading this beautif…
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Fayetteville’s Jennifer Murdock was the big winner in the Homemade Slaw competition at this year’s Fifth Annual Slawburger Festival. The winning entry was selected based on flavor, texture, aroma and color. Here, Jennifer pauses for a photo with the blue ribbon and first place prize package.
Emily Swinney rehearses a scene from Fayetteville Middle School’s upcoming production of “Gone with the Gust”. Performance dates are Tuesday, May 7, and Thursday, May 9, at 6:30 p.m. at Fayetteville Middle School. Ticket prices are $5.
Tearlach Productions, LLC, a full-service video production company from Huntsville, Ala., has been in the area shooting their full-length feature film, “The Art Collector.”
Editor’s Note: As the 2019 Fabulous Fifties Show nears, The Times highlights performers who’ll be on stage in this week’s edition. Next week, we’ll focus on those behind the seasons. Don’t forget to buy your tickets early, as many performances sell out as the shows approach.
Carriage House Players held its annual Adnia Rice Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 2, to recognize excellence from the 2018 season.
The first of nine performances of the 33rd Annual Fabulous Fifties Show, “Welcome to Veils, Vows and Vegas”, will open on Thursday evening, March 21, for the first of nine performances that will be presented at 900 South Main Avenue in Fayetteville.
Auditions for Savannah Sipping Society will be Monday night, Feb. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Carriage House Players' building at 301 East Market Street, Fayetteville.
Lincoln County students Sarah Porter, Evan Pollard and Daulton Holland were selected from over 500 applicants to participate in the 2019 Auburn University Symphonic Honor Band held Feb. 7-9 at “the loveliest village on the plains”.
The Fayetteville High School Marching Band performed at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., on Friday, Jan. 18, marching in the Magic Kingdom Parade for an audience of about 30,000. Two other high school bands, from Pennsylvania and New York state, were also in the parade. The FHS band staye…
The dedicated members of the Performing Arts Association, a division of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center, hosted the twice monthly performing arts and open mic show despite the freezing weather and threats of snow.
“Saturday night’s Performing Arts and Open Mic Show at the Arts Center was a smashing success and an awesome start the new year,” said Arts Center president Ron Hackett.
The turnout for Saturday’s performing arts and open mic show was lighter than usual, but that didn’t stop the performers and audience from having a great time.
Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department encourages the community to ring in the holidays with a special tree lighting event at Stone Bridge Park on Friday, Nov. 30, and the annual Christmas Parade the following day, Dec. 1.
The 26th edition of Fayetteville’s “Host of Christmas Past” ushered in the holiday season over the weekend as thousands made their way to the annual street festival, centered around historic downtown Fayetteville. Festivities kicked off Friday evening with the tree lighting on the courthouse…
Halloween 2018 was definitely a “treat” for Carriage House Players as the local performing arts group realized a long-held dream of owning its own home, acquiring the building at 301 East Market Street in Fayetteville.
Rock stars getting ready to jam for Halloween at American Development Corp. (ADC) last week include Jessica Smith, Jenny McAlister Moorehead, Keeley Posey and Alanna Holt as KISS, Chuck Page as Prince and Jason McGee as Slash.
Carriage House Players is in final rehearsals for its upcoming production, “Three Nightmares”, a series of three one-act thrillers that depict the bizarreness of dreams.
“In spite of the unseasonably warm and humid weather that made its way into the gallery, the fifth season premiere of performing arts and open mic shows at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center exceeded our expectations,” said Arts Center president and show host Ron Hackett. “We had a …
Guests enjoy Fayetteville Main Street’s event, Spirits with the Spirits, downtown Friday evening as they visited six spirited destinations and took in bits of history, including a few ghoulish tales, offered up by storytellers. Stops included Bagley & Bagley Insurance, Garrett Honea’s la…
The fifth season of the performing arts and open mic shows at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center will premiere on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. in the gallery.
Producers of the faith-based Christmas film, “The Least of These”, which was shot on location here in Fayetteville in 2016, announced Saturday that they have partnered with Bridgestone Media Group to distribute the movie. Pictured is the artwork and DVD cover. Release dates are expected to b…
Gates opened over the weekend for the annual Lincoln County Fair. Colt Ford brought out a crowd of fans for the opening night concert. A full slate of activities is on tap for the rest of the week.
The 114th Annual Lincoln County Fair is celebrating “Old Things and New Fair Dreams” as it gets underway this Saturday, Sept. 8, and continues through Sept. 15.
The First Annual Worm Drowning Contest for senior anglers drew dozens to the banks of the Stonebridge Park Pond in Fayetteville where over 1,500 pounds of catfish were stocked. The event, presented by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Fayetteville Parks and Recreation, Walmart and Elks Lo…
Serving as celebrity waiters and wine servers during the successful Pasta Premier fundraiser, held last week for the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum, are (from left) John Richardson, attorney; Sandra Arnold, CB&S Bank; Jonathon Brown, attorney; Claudette Gibson, Regions Bank; Garrett …