Here are some things NCMS employees, members, and the general public are talking about this week!

Super Bowl LVII is Sunday!

Super Bowl LVII airs on Fox at 6:30pm Sunday






The championship game of the National Football League for the 2022 season is Sunday.  The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Philadelphia Eagles at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ.  The Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is looking to be the first player to win the league MVP and the Super Bowl in the same year since 1999.  On the Eagles side, Jalen Hurts will be just the 8th QB to start a Super Bowl before turning 25!

Superstar Rihanna is this year’s halftime headliner.


If that Super Bowl isn’t your speed, maybe this one is!

Four Hollywood legends are a great alternative to Super Bowl!







Tom Brady has retired (again!) and the four leads are all over 75 years old!  The combination is burning up theaters!  “80 for Brady” is a surprise hit and a perfect option for those who are not sitting down to the Chiefs and Eagles on Sunday night.  The movie almost won the box office last weekend and has a 90% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes!

Join Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Rita Moreno, Sally Field, and Tom Brady for the hottest road trip movie of the winter!


Valentine’s Day is Tuesday

Are you looking for something special for the medical professional in your life?  Here is a list of gifts that are sure to please!

24 Amazing Gifts That’ll Put A Big Smile On Their Face

Black History Month Celebrations Continue

The Chapel Hill Black Film Festival is this weekend.  Events are Friday and Saturday at the Varsity Theatre on East Franklin Street.

Click here for more information.

Ryan Reynolds’ Soccer Team is Coming to Cary!

Rob McElhenny, Ryan Reynolds are Wrexham owners of Wrexham AFC (photo: Getty Images)








Wrexham AFC is playing its first US game in Cary this summer!  The lower-division Welsh soccer team is co-owned by actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

The competition features 32 teams playing 7-on-7 soccer in a winner-take-all format.  The top prize is $1 million.  The Tournament (Yes, that is the real name!) mirrors the World Cup with a knockout round followed by quarter- and semi-finals.  The championship game is June 4.