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Elizabeth Hudson

A Silent Salute

We carry things inside us that others can’t see. When I was in the fourth grade, I got hit by a car as I was going back to my grandmother’s after playing in a park two blocks away from her
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Tom Kearney

The Tom Kearney Show

On weeknights, one gentle voice stands out among the rest.
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Venus Fly Trap

Venus Flytrap for State Flower

It already holds the title of state carnivorous plant, and at least one person thinks the swamp-dwelling insect eater should hold the title of official flower, too.
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Seabreeze

Oceanside Divide

A small strip of land near Wilmington entertained thousands of visitors — some famous — during the Jim Crow era in North Carolina.
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Brunswick Stew

Poplar Tent Brunswick Stew

Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church in Concord always includes rice in its signature Brunswick stew, never potatoes.
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Spinach and cheese stuffed mushrooms

Spinach-and-Cheese-Stuffed Mushrooms

Try these spinach-and-cheese-stuffed mushrooms from Recipes to Remember the next time you’re looking for a hearty new dish.
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Pumpkin Cake Roll

Pumpkin Cake Roll

This pumpkin cake roll recipe from Recipes to Remember is the perfect complement to a fall day.
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Brunswick Stew

Brunswick Stew

Find out what one ingredient a Concord church adds to this classic recipe.
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Durham's Bakery District

Durham’s Bakery District

Where to find the city’s best breads, pies, and doughnuts.
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Jack Cobb and Son

Jack Cobb & Son Barbecue

How a father-and-son business brought pit-cooked barbecue — and unity — to one eastern North Carolina town.
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