The new app Pokemon Go is attracting people all over the nation, including Raleigh, North Carolina residents. Some players were gathered in Nash Square in downtown Raleigh on the morning of July 11, and explained how to play the game.
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Pokemon Go players explain how to play
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Highlights of Tom Petty's career that spanned 40 years
Eric Church performed for his fans at the Las Vegas country music festival two nights before the bullets flew, killing 58 and wounding hundreds. He sang a song Monday night at the Grand Ole Opry that he wrote for one of those fans, one of the 58 who died.
Tom Petty’s career spanned 40 years during which time he released 13 studio albums with his band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, three solo albums, two Mudcrutch albums, and two albums with the Traveling Wilburys, which also included Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne. He was nominated for 18 Grammy awards and won three.
Antennas, made by Raleigh based company Mohu, were distributed to AT&T U-verse customers at a makeshift drive through in the PNC Arena parking lot on Monday, and will be again on Tuesday. The antennas will allow users to view WRAL and WRAZ programming for free as the contract dispute between AT&T and Capital Broadcasting Co. unfolds.
IBMA Guitar Player of the Year Molly Tuttle and her band play in the California Bluegrass Association suite Friday night, Sept. 30, 2017 after playing two shows earlier in the day at Wide Open Bluegrass.
John DeLuca and his wife Sandy, who are both visually impaired, had guides with them while attending Wide Open Bluegrass in downtown Raleigh Friday, Sept. 29 2017. PineCone, the organization that produces Wide Open Bluegrass in conjunction with the International Bluegrass Music Association, is providing guides to the visually impaired to the outdoor festival on request.
The Glorifying Vines Sisters got on a plane for the first time in August to travel to a festival performance in Lugano, Switzerland with the Music Maker Relief Foundation. The gospel group will be performing at Wide Open Bluegrass Friday night.