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Saturday, Jan. 19

Ready for a trip down memory lane? Whaddya mean you can't recall when gas was less than a dollar a gallon? No recollection of TV's distant past (before regular cable even) when there were only enough channels to count on one hand? Ever had to put in work to call your BFF? If none of this is ringing a bell, you might consider consulting Rockwell's America. This new exhibit celebrates the art of one of our finest artists. All 322 Norman Rockwell covers from the Saturday Evening Post will be featured along with plenty of interactive areas that drag you into the past. This exhibit runs through April 30. Free with regular admission. Discovery Place, 301 N. Tryon St. 704-372-6261.

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