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Lecture Blends Southern Food with African American Culture

Tryon Palace to Host ‘Shaping a Culture’ on Thursday, May 16 The Tryon Palace African American Lecture Series continues on Thursday, May 16, with “Shaping a Culture: African American Cooks and the Making of Southern Food.” Conducted in Cullman Performance Hall by Dr. Rebecca Sharpless, this free event is the latest installment of …

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“Jackie Robinson: A Game Apart” performed by Mike Wiley

March 21, 7pm, Cullman Performance Hall, North Carolina History Center “Jackie Robinson: A Game Apart” is a unique on-man play that will intrigue, educate and set one’s thirst for success on fire. This is a truly powerful lesson of courage through the eyes of African American athletes who pushed the color barrier to …

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Christmas Program presented by New Bern Friends of Library and English Speaking Union

Howard Burnham photo taken from New Bern Library’s website The New Bern Friends of the Library and the English Speaking Union present Annual Christmas Program with two performances on Sunday, December 2, 2012. The New Bern Friends of the Library and The English Speaking Union will present a program in the Cullman Performance …

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The Cavani String Quartet performing at Tryon Palace

October 19, 2012 Cullman Hall, North Carolina History Center The next Music Among Friends installment of the Tryon Palace Performing Arts Series features the Cavani String Quartet on October 19, 2012 in the Cullman Hall of the North Carolina History Center. Since winning the nation’s highest chamber music competition, the Naumberg competition, and …

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