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Our musical cup runneth over. Now listening to the Live concert, with Lang Lang's incredible playing of the difficult but beautiful Prokoffiev 3rd Piano Concerrto, and more to come from the Philharmoniker, then plan to enjoy the New Year's Eve jam.
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My wife and I have used MIdland Optomtric services since we retired to Southern Pines about nine years ago. Dr. Fogleman provides us both very thorough, meticulous and caring, expert service, as we go through increased vulnerability to vision problems in our elder years.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
We had a really nice casual dinner there on their 2nd day of operation. They have a good selection of veggie pizzas, and chose the artichoke, which included red peppers, roma tomatoes and a pesto sauce, on a thin crust. It was excellent. All of their pizzas are 10", which we found perfect for a couple of hungry adults. There is also a good selection of salads. We each had a generous side salad. Mine was Mediterranean, and my wife had a Gorgonzola, pear variety. We were both quite happy with the salads and dressings. I would say that the atmosphere is casual/urban, and the noise level was moderate. Our waitperson was very attentive, helpful, cheerful and professional. All in all, very happy with our first visit here.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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My family really enjoyed our visit to the museum. It is a wonderful presentation of a unique time in our history, and the exhibits and presenters did a great job of taking us back to that era. Unfortunately, though, we, along with another family visiting from Michigan, were victimized by a Smash and Grab robbery while our vans were in the parking lot, locked and alarmed. All of our items were bagged in the back of the van, and not really in sight, but they broke the passenger rear window, and took all of the smaller bags, which included about $4,000 worth of our personal items. With rain in sight, and no way to replace the window in less than two days, we cancelled the rest of our vacation, and made a dash for home. The museum absolves itself of responsibility, and they do have a little sign on a trash can at the entry warning about Smash and Grabs, but we didn't really know what that meant at the time. There is no surveillance in the lot, and the crooks apparently home in on vans with out-of-state plates, which are most likely between hotels, and full of goodies they can pawn or sell. The museum clearly needs to take action to prevent or deter future occurrences of this kind of activity.This wasn't the first of the Smash and Grabs at this location, obviously. If you plan to attend the museum, get to your hotel first, empty your car, park as close to the entrance as possible, and watch out for stragglers in the lot, who may be acting as observers, and reporting back to their cohorts. Our belief is that someone in monitoring families going in, assuming each visit will be approximately 2 hours, and they are free to act, as long as they are not in plain sight.
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