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Joel Fan, acclaimed Steinway Artist, will perform at Cherry Hill in Inez on Sunday, Oct. 20. The program, which begins at 3 p.m., will include works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Evan Ziporyn and Christine Southworth. Fan has performed over 40 different concertos with orchestras worldwide including the New York Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Singapore Symphony, Odessa Philharmonic, and London Sinfonietta. He serves as artistic director of the Open Source Music Festival.


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Testing now can mean better lawn, garden next year
Testing now can mean better lawn, garden next year

Fall is an ideal time for homeowners and gardeners to take soil samples for their cool-seasons grasses, fall vegetable garden, as well as other landscape plants.
This is a good time of year for sampling because the soil lab within the NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services begins to process tens of thousands of samples beginning in late fall through winter. This service is free to North Carolina residents between April 1 and Nov. 27 each year. Peak testing season begins Nov. 28 when a $4 fee per sample is initiated.


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