North Carolina Symphony
Buffeted by declining revenue during the Great Recession, the North Carolina Symphony has spent the last few years staging a remarkable comeback, ensuring that the beauty of classical music is here to stay in the Tar Heel State.
Similar to most Western nations, the United States is expected to see a significant increase in its older adult population in the coming decades. With that fact of life comes a bevy of needed services. One of those is compassionate end-of-life care.
Deadline to submit applications for Joy W. Pope Memorial Grants has been extended to October 24 RALEIGH, N.C. – Today, the John William Pope Foundation announced they would again offer two statewide competitive grants. North Carolina nonprofits can apply for the 2017 Joy Pope Memorial Grant in the Arts and the 2017 Joy Pope Memorial Grant … Continued
Children become own bosses, peddling their wares for profit BY MANDY LOCKE firstname.lastname@example.org September 10, 2016 Nine-year-old Lauryn Hill knows a thing or two about fashion. Mix and match, buy versatile garments, embrace color. She’s even been blogging about fashion for a year. On Saturday, Lauryn had the chance to merge her passion and sensibilities … Continued
In his August 4 column, Pope Foundation President John Hood discussed the upcoming ‘Hometown Debate’ series sponsored by the Institute for Political Leadership (Hood is a board member). Read the column below: Debates will inform voters August 4, 2016 | John M. Hood RALEIGH — North Carolina is urbanizing — that much is certain. You can … Continued
Guillermo Peña Panting Brings Freedom to the Murder Capital of the World
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