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Marie Evans Pocket Portraits

Pocket Portraits: Miniature Pet Sculptures

An artist in Welcome gives her customers a way to keep the animals they love close to their hearts.
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A Prayer for North Carolina

Learn how the December issue inspired a first-of-its-kind feature and an innovative digital storytelling experience.
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Letters from Home

Boogie Woogie Redux

Letters From Home — an Andrews Sisters tribute act from the Piedmont — brings fans of the original trio to their feet with World War II-era ditties.
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Railroads

The Iron Lifeline

The outcome of the war relies on the strength of the state’s railroads. (Volume 3, Part 11)
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Warsaw Veterans Day Celebration

Tour of a Higher Calling

Warsaw’s Veterans Day Celebration inspires a tradition of service and gratitude.
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Symphony

Joyful Noise

Across North Carolina, conductors lift batons, musicians ready instruments, and we give thanks for the gift of music.
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Veterans

They Are Everywhere

North Carolina has one of the largest populations of veterans in America. Here, combat veterans are chronicling their experiences to create what may be a new genre of 21st-century literature. Our poet laureate shares how he teaches veterans to tell their stories, and what he is learning about combat in the process.
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The Morning Show

The Morning Show

The Over the Hill Gang keeps things lively in downtown Clinton.
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Columbus

Columbus

Discover how one western North Carolina town is home to history, creativity, and patriotism.
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Pineland

Patriots of Pineland

“Battles” waged in backyard theaters of war across central North Carolina help prepare U.S. Army Special Forces students for dangerous missions, but they couldn’t do it without residents filling the roles of guerrilla fighters.
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