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July 16, 2016
By Amanda Dolasinski Staff writer/ The Fayetteville Observer
Anthony Harris and his daughter Nia McCoy danced along to the Caribbean rhythm that echoed down Person Street on Saturday.
Harris doted on his eight-year-old daughter, hoping she would learn more about her culture, and the others represented at the African World Peace F...
May 7, 2016
Published by Erin Pesut/ City View Magazine
When you walk into Taste of West Africa, you can smell it in the air: garlic, ginger, anise, the warm aroma of onions, tomatoes and curry, but there is another spice, too. Something hotter. Smokier. A spice I’ve never smelled before.
When I ask her to name that...
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The Fayetteville Observer By Rodger Mullen
If Isabella Effon had any doubts about how the food of her native Ghana would be received in the United States, they were quickly put to rest.
Effon and her husband, Tetteh, started serving Ghanaian food at the annual International Folk Festival several years ago.
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