Tomorrow the full moon will be the closest it has been to Earth since 1948 and it won’t be this close again until 2034. The moon will appear 15 percent bigger and 16 percent brighter than the average full moon. Sunday right at sunset was the recommended viewing time in North Carolina, but if you missed seeing it try again Monday after sunset. Clouds are in the forecast for Monday morning when the moon will be at its closest but are expected to clear off by the end of the day.
RALEIGH In a time when the music industry is trying to find its way in a digital world, live performances might be bigger than ever. That’s especially true in the summer when big acts […]
Surry County’s signature dessert features eight, diverse stops on the sonker trail. Yet, one native and one non-native have mastered this classic treat in their own unique style.No one can quite agree where sonker originated, […]
NEW YORK — Actor Jim Nabors, whose portrayal of the grinning country bumpkin Gomer Pyle on the 1960s television hit “The Andy Griffith Show” belied a classic baritone singing voice, died on Thursday at the […]