Chapel Hill: Community

July 7, 2014 9:58 AM

Eno music festival helps preserve river

Buddy Brown said the first year he attended the Eno River Festival on July 4, 1980, the men had long hair and the women wore bandanas and also had long hair, but coming from their armpits.

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