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  • Some time back, The Joy Theatre in Kings Mountain approached former Charlotte TV Newscaster - Bob Inman about officially writing their hopes for a revolutionary drama on the Battle of Kings Mtn. Bob, who left television news to become a full-time writer of novels and stage plays, was happy for the opportunity. Thus came Liberty Mountain. Bob sat down with WNCW. You might decide to attend a live performance.
  • WNCW was pleased to welcome Western North Carolina Author, Karen Luke Jackson, who discussed her new poetry book, If You Choose To Come. The poetry often came to Karen as simply observed sights, sounds, landscapes, and animals from her own home windows.
  • IBMA, International Bluegrass Music Association, Communications and Public Relations Rep. Kristen Bearfield sat down with WNCW to discuss the group's 34th annual awards show and upcoming festival/conference. Kristen is also a bluegrass recording artist. Events begin in Raleigh, NC, on Sept. 26th with the big bluegrass music awards show on the 28th.
  • Learn about the 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to celebrating and enriching the food and its people in and around Asheville. That describes Asheville Chow Chow, kicking off the 2023 edition on Sept. 7th. This Feature Interview goes over the daily schedule, events, and guests that will participate.
  • Located on the campus of Wilkes Community College, The Walker Center is getting ready to celebrate it's 40th birthday. Tabitha Hudler, Executive Director of the Center, was our guest on this Friday Feature, as she covered a big celebration event set for this fall and details on other future performing arts events. This conversation originally aired on July 14, 2023.
  • Executive Director of the Earl Scruggs Center, Mary Beth Martin shared details of several special events, including the summertime "Pickin' On The Square" series in Uptown Shelby and the second-ever Earl Scruggs Music Festival happening Labor Day weekend. This conversation originally aired on June 30, 2023.
  • Known to many as the "Music Guy", Peter Eisenbrown sat down with WNCW to go over Summer Tracks Concerts in Tryon. Organizers always present a different genre of music each month. From the beautiful park setting, to food and fellowship, there's something for everyone. This conversation originally aired on June 23, 2023.
  • The Center for Cultural Preservation and award-winning documentary filmmaker David Weintraub are back with a new film. Nature's Wisdom Thru Native Eyes is premiering across Western North Carolina. David discussed his latest project, which shares how Native American tribes have a longtime intuition about the many connections in the world, from trees to animals to man.
  • June marked the 90th birthday of Our State Magazine. It's the publication that celebrates North Carolina, from the mountains to the coast and country roads to big city streets. Editor-in-Chief, Elizabeth Hudson talked about the magazine's many accomplishments over those years, as well as this month's Coastal issue when she sat down with WNCW on June 9, 2023.
  • Yokefellow, located in Spindale, is a 501C-3 that receives some funds from area churches but makes the majority of its funds through a thrift store. Yokefellow Executive Director, Cherry Smith sat down with WNCW to discuss how their ministry helps those in need with things like rent, heating and air bills, medications, and much more. This is also a time when the need for volunteers to help the cause is vital.