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George Harrison spotted in downtown Asheboro

George Harrison, a former cameraman for WFMY-TV in Greensboro, was busy on Sunset Avenue in Asheboro last week testing camera lenses. 

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Bluegrass radio show gets a new host

Coleridge's Julie Brown is the new host for the radio program “Bluegrass Saturday Night,” stepping in for her friend Tommy Edwards, who passed away in 2021.

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18,000 Miles and Counting: Randleman native, Husband, Journey Across America in RV

A local couple traveled 18,000 miles in their RV seeing America.

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Warren Dixon: Own a cat? I'd rather have (gasp!) a squirrel

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On the road with the Morrises: 100-day journey covers much of the USA

Barry and Julie Morris of Asheboro recently completed a 100-day RV tour of the USA, visiting 23 states and nine National Parks.

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Randolph Hub writer fights to the end

Greta's natural curiosity and her ear for anything unusual or unexpected helped make our early business pages some of the best reads in the paper.

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Seagrove couple join musical forces

Crystal and Kevin Richardson of Seagrove have played bluegrass music most all of their lives. However, for the first time in their 15 year marriage, they are picking together in the Raleigh-based band, Sweet Potato Pie.

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Mr. Movie: 2021 sleepers

Mr. Movie Rusty Hammond offers more possibly overlooked films from 2021, and all but one are documentaries.

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Air conditioning has made us soft

Air conditioning has changed society, and not necessarily for the better. 

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The Movie Man: Remembering James Caan

James Caan, who passed away recently, was a part of a number of memorable movies.

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That's what I like about the South

You’ve got to admit, the South is a unique place. As grandpa used to say, “We do have our ways.” Several incidents lately have forced me to this conclusion. 

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Bobby Marsh: Music is his mission

With some choirs stopped during the COVID-19 pandemic, Marsh has taken turns playing music
for local churches.

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Growing up on a different side of history

Wolfgang 'Wolf' Hagemann tells of living in Germany during World War II

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Is Oscar calling?

Paul Tazewell, who has Asheboro ties, has been nominated for an Oscar for costume design on the movie ‘West Side Story’

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Beloved bluegrasser Shorty Byrd dies

Bluegrass community mourns the loss of a local legend.

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Meet Donna Hughes

The Trinity native has written more than 500 songs, cut six albums, helped revive Naomi Wise from history, restored a barn ... and she’s far from done

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He failed at sailing but he aced music

Richard Woodell, now 75, started his first music group when he was 14, a passion for music that has not abated.

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‘Andy Griffith’ actors have a lot to reveal in ‘The Boys’

There are plenty of insider stories from Ron and Clint Howard, who grew up on ‘The Andy Griffith Show’

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Hometown musician gains worldwide attention

Terry Vuncannon looks back on four decades in music, and what's still in his future

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A tale that goes deep into Randolph County roots

Sculpture made in Italy looms over Addie McAlister's grave, but what happened to the hand?

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He couldn’t make himself ‘sell out for a while’

For Tim Moon, teaching was more important than a national music career

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'I'm normal. I always have been'

Ryan Leonard's goal is to “enjoy life while you can”

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