For more than 100 years, Red Wing Shoes has shod workers’ feet with purpose-built, lasting footwear ideal for toiling on the job or around the home. Industrial work boots are crafted to resist gas, chemicals, and banana peels, including styles such as the 2240 men’s 6-inch boots built to protect feet from water and electric hazards ($159.99). Their lineup of classic oxfords, including the full-grain black-leather 6337 oxfords ($114.99), are triple-stitched with wax thread and sent to England for finishing school.
We are a full service NAUI Pro Platnium Training center. We offer Gear Sales, Gear Service, & Scuba Instruction. We are the only shop in Fayetteville, NC that can certify you from Open Water through Instructor Trainer. We offer multiple lines of equipment for sale and top rated gear in our rental department.
Family-owned Angels & Antiques supplies heaven-gazing home decorators with a variety of angel-themed trinkets and accessories. Angel lapel pins ($0.85) conspire to gussy up blazers and dresses, and angel nightlights ($17) keep rooms tread-safe without cumbersome night-vision goggles.
Twin shops sharing a rooftop, The Trophy House and Clark Sporting Goods specialize in high-quality plaques and trophies, sporting goods, and embroidered and screen-printed apparel. Emblazon your favorite Walt Whitman poem or team mascot on high-quality hats and shirts, or opt for one of the premade designs. Once bedecked in newly personalized duds, peruse the offerings of football, basketball, and baseball equipment available. Luminaries such as Bob Hope, John Wayne, and Colin Powell own awards bearing The Trophy House's detailed engraving, which prides itself on a tradition of military use.
As North Carolina's oldest continuously running orchestra, the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra has garnered international acclaim through an overseas tour and a visit from Queen Noor of Jordan on the orchestra's 50th anniversary. Watch the enthusiastic gestures of conductor Fouad Fakhouri as he leads the symphony through a musical cornucopia of classic symphonies. Treble-clef devotees can savor the sounds of the romantic era on February 5, 2011, at the Seabrook Auditorium, featuring Brahms's Symphony no. 1 and Strauss's Oboe Concerto, or swim through the sound waves of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto no. 1 on March 12, 2011, at Reeves Auditorium. The orchestra will conclude its season on April 30, 2011, at Reeves Auditorium, when it will perform Debussy's harmonic achievement "Afternoon of a Faun" and Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra, a piece written while the early-twentieth-century Hungarian composer was experimenting with parachute pants and keytars.