25 Runs/Walks to Tackle This Spring

The greater Fayetteville area has rightfully earned the reputation of being a runner's destination. As it's home to thousands of military members, veterans and retirees from Fort Bragg, our locals naturally take fitness to a whole new level. Spring marks the season when you'll find a different run/walk every single weekend in the communities of Cumberland County. Visitors come from all over to tackle… [...]

Welcome Spring to Cumberland County

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Is anyone else experiencing spring fever as badly as I am? Sitting in my office on a cold, overcast day in February, I’m daydreaming about warmer days, budding dogwood trees and outdoor adventures. That’s why I couldn’t be more excited about what’s showing up on our calendar of events in March. If you call yourself a green thumb, are passionate about outdoor sports, or just relish spending time in… [...]

On the Soul-Food Hunt

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I was blessed to be born into a family of Southern women who knew what they were doing in the kitchen. My great-grandmother used a ruler to measure her hand-rolled dough strips for chicken ‘n pastry. Nobody could fry fresh-caught catfish like my grandma. Thanks to my mom, I know the secret to making perfect cornbread every time is in using a cast-iron skillet. Today I still crave those flavors of down-home… [...]

A Black History Month Celebration

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Last February, I joined a group of folks on an African American Heritage Bus Tour. Guides from the Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum took us to visit several historic sites that appear on Cumberland County’s African American Heritage Trail. This tour provided me with a rich context to the many stories I’d read about African Americans who built schools, founded churches and… [...]

A Year of Firsts with Go Fayetteville

As I look back on 2017, I am struck by the thought that this has been a year of firsts with Go Fayetteville. I consider myself to be adventurous by nature, but if you had told me a year ago that I’d be zip-lining through trees, riding in a motorcycle rally or judging a poetry slam, I’d have told you that you’re crazy. I ended up saying "yes" to so many new experiences and blogging about them this year, and I h… [...]

New Year’s Weekend: 8 Family-Friendly Celebrations

Have you made your family’s New Year’s weekend plans, yet? It’s not just the adults who will be celebrating in Cumberland County’s communities. You can take the whole crew out to several attractions here for a variety of unique family-friendly entertainment and recreation. We’re ready to welcome 2018! An excited fan meeting Marky, the adorable Marksmen mascot. Leave Your Mark Our Fayettev… [...]

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