VIDEO: Hiroshi Arakawa, a young Japanese musician who came to Raleigh to learn English and bluegrass, plays in public for the first time during Beer & Banjos at The Raleigh Times Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, as Arakawa continues his recovery from a devastating Thanksgiving night car crash that killed his girlfriend and hospitalized him for 72 days.
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Rhiannon Giddens plays "Pretty Little Girl" with Giri and Uma Peters, two kids of Indian descent from Nashville who were one of the hits of last week's World of Bluegrass festival in Raleigh. After reading that Carolina Chocolate Drops had inspired Uma to take up banjo, Giddens arranged a meeting at their home in Nashville and stayed about two hours, teaching them songs, history and musical techniques.
Someday - A Benefit for Duke Hospice features North Carolina singers and recording artists including Chuck Champion, Dexter Romweber, Harvey Dalton Arnold, Pete and Andrea Connolly (Birds and Arrows), Heather McEntire (Mt. Moriah), Rachel Hirsch (I Was Totally Destroying It), and Skylar Gudasz.
VIDEO: Wake County school board Chairwoman Monika Johnson-Hostler says the state compromise on lower K-3 class sizes will help the district this year but they'll have a challenge finding spaces to meet the new limits in 2018.
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Bibb County sheriff's deputy Clay Williams wrestled an alligator on April 24, 2017. The gator was relocated from Central City Park in Macon, Georgia to the swamp as Williams' body cam captured the action.