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The Tryon Palace African American Lecture Series continues in July with "How We Got Over: Singing Praises of Struggles from Cradle to Grave," Thursday, July 21, at 7 p.m. in Cullman Performance Hall at the North Carolina History Center.

The 1780 log home of John Allen and Rachel Stout will be celebrated June 4 at Alamance Battleground in Burlington

Historian Hari Jones will present a lecture on the 1921 bombing of the African American community in Tulsa, Okla, May 19.

 Author Warren Bingham will be at the North Carolina History Center Saturday, May 14, from 2-4 p.m., for a lecture and book signing in support of his new book, "George Washington's 1791 Southern Tour." 

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD as it is most commonly referred to, is very much a part of the Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg communities. How much do we know about the history of PTSD? Is it something that resulted from current or recent conflicts?

NASA’s Destination Station is coming to Raleigh on Friday, May 6.

On Sunday, April 17, Wisconsin-based artist Beth Lipman will discuss her work in a free public lecture at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

Baseball fans, start the season with a little baseball history when sports journalist Brett Friedlander, and co-author of the book Chasing Moonlight: The True Story of Field of Dreams’ Doc Graham, gives a free presentation at the Museum of the Cape Fear.

From backcountry farmers, who in 1771 provided the model for America's revolutionary war, to resolutions, skirmishes and even the discovery of gold, "It's Revolutionary!" events will happen at state historic sites this spring.

Join WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel as he discusses issues surrounding the topic of climate change alongside Dr. Katharine Hayhoe from Texas Tech University and Dr. Walter Robinson from North Carolina State University