Chancellor Carol Folt of U.N.C. Chapel Hill apologized for the university’s history of slavery

    Chancellor Carol Folt of U.N.C. Chapel Hill apologized for the university’s history of slavery during a speech on Friday.CreditCreditEthan Hyman/The News & Observer, via Associated Press By Jacey Fortin     Ever since the cornerstone of the nation’s first public university building was laid in 1793, the legacy of slavery has been inextricable … Continue reading Chancellor Carol Folt of U.N.C. Chapel Hill apologized for the university’s history of slavery

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North Carolina Entertainment Spotlight Magazine   We Cover the Beautiful State of North Carolina! The Magazine published Monthly with coverage of Events, Festivals, Music Reviews, book reviews, hunting, travel, family, Recipes, and religion. If you are interested in covering topics for articles, (always open for suggestions.) we also need photography, and sales persons sales in … Continue reading LOOKING Photographers, Content writers and More

Photography Submission Guidelines

        We accept  unpublished photographs Formatting: Photographs in a submission must be contained in a single .doc, .rtf, .pdf, .docx, or .txt file. ( prefer PNG ) images must be provided with a resolution of at least 300 dpi, or greater,  Email to. NCentertainmentspotlight@gmail.com Text with the images: Captions or text submitted … Continue reading Photography Submission Guidelines

Beauties With Brains Presents “From Trials To Triumph” 2nd Annual Networkin…

    Description Beauties With Brains Presents "From Trials To Triumph" 2nd Annual Networking Brunch. Last year we had over 150 guests and this year we are hoping to double that number. This years event will be BIGGER, BETTER, & BOLDER than last year. You are not going to want to miss this!! We are … Continue reading Beauties With Brains Presents “From Trials To Triumph” 2nd Annual Networkin…

23rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration by Adult Programs, North Carolina Museum of History

      Musicians, dancers, artists, storytellers, and authors from North Carolina’s eight state-recognized tribes will gather for this popular family event. Named a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Society, the 23rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration offers something for all ages and gives a firsthand opportunity to learn about the state’s American … Continue reading 23rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration by Adult Programs, North Carolina Museum of History