April Happenings Live at The City Laundry

Live at The City Laundry
Tuesdays in April! Local Bands and Brews hosted by Parker Millar, 7:30 p.m. These events will feature performances from 4-5 bands weekly. The kitchen at Live will be offering up some delicious new menu items to enhance the experience. No cover charge. Wednesdays in April! Artists Alive. Presenting a weekly interactive event to promote and […]
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Longtime New Bern Artist Consortium Finds New Home

Community Artists Gallery and Studio
Community Artists Gallery & Studios leases Front Street property Community Artists Gallery and Studios plans to host a grand “re-opening,” with refreshments and live music by guitarist Dan Phillips, during New Bern’s Art Walk on April 13. The diverse, nonprofit consortium of artists, formerly known as CAW Center for the Arts, is leasing space at […]
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International Paper Grant Winners

International Paper Grant Winners
Greg Golike, former PIE board member who established the Weyerhaeuser Grant when it was originally funded by Weyerhaeuser, and now representing International Paper, and his wife, retired teacher Mary Golike presented Partners In Education with the Spring Cycle PIE Grant check. Mary was a PIE Ambassador through Creekside Elementary before her retirement. This is a […]
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Cellphones: Past, Present and Future

U. S. Cellular
The first cellphone call was 45 years ago On April 3, 1973, Motorola engineer Martin Cooper stood in midtown Manhattan and placed a phone call to the headquarters of Bell Labs in New Jersey (1) from his new innovation, the first cellular phone. This one act would forever change the way we communicate – allowing […]
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