• Soffe outlet
    Updating the old workout wardrobe? Consider a stop at the Soffe outlet.
  • StitchFix
    The idea of an online stylist - Netflix for clothes! - caught our attention. No driving, no dressing room? Sold. We thought military spouses might be, too, so we asked two Fort Bragg women, Tracy Cheeks and Rae Anne Faulkner, what they thought.
  • Traveling Chic Boutique
    Maybe it's the retro Airstream. Or the fact that one-of-a-kind fashions come to you and won't turn up on your doppleganger at the commander's reception.
  • Brooks Brothers factory
    If you pass the Piggly Wiggly in Garland, you've gone too far. The Brooks Brothers outlet/surplus/factory/oops center is hidden in an old general store at the corner of U.S. 701 and Front Street. In fact, it's such a secret the Brooks Brothers corporate folks weren't too excited we were writing about it. After waiting for pictures of merchandise from New York that never came, we decided to share our iPhone pics and secret tips from a recent trip.
  • Remembering June 6, 1944
    This month marks the 70th anniversary of the Allied landings on the beaches of Normandy during World War II. As members of the 82nd Airborne Division and community members make the trip to commemorate the day, we take a look back at events marking the 40th and 50th anniversaries as seen through the camera lens of photographer Cindy Burnham.
  • Farmhouse built for friendship
    Story by Allison Williams Photos by Ashley Cross
  • 52 patriotic things to do in May
    May is stuffed with events from the 1st to the 31st. Armed Services Day. All American Week. Memorial Day. And much more in between.
  • A symphonic salute to the troops
    First come the woodwinds.
  • Medal of Honor recipient Walter Marm
    They made a movie about us. They called it 'We Were Soldiers.'"
  • At home with Maj. Gen. John Nicholson Jr.
    Eighty-two McNeill Place isn't the 82nd house on the street, but it is the home of the commanding general of the 82nd Airborne Division and, therefore, rightly entitled to the number. Maj. Gen. John Nicholson Jr. is the current resident, and if you didn't already know about his day job, a few minutes in his home makes it obvious.
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