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Music Issue Mix: November 2014

We couldn’t have created a music issue without feeling inspired by our favorite music-makers.
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Author Frances Mayes Finds Muse in Chatwood

The Under the Tuscan Sun author has recently taken up residence in the literary town of Hillsborough, making the early 19th century Chatwood property her labor of love.
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Mipso in Japan

In the summer of 2013, Mipso’s Jacob Sharp, Joseph Terrell, and Wood Robinson toured Japan. We caught up with them to learn more about their experiences abroad and the mini documentary that showcases their travels.
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5 Things You Shouldn’t Miss in
Fuquay-Varina This Fall

As more leaves begin to cover the streets, savor the fleeting season of fall in the quaint Triangle town of Fuquay-Varina. From brewery tours to a chili cook-off, there’s no shortage of seasonal fun to be had in this quaint town.
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Spiced Cranberry Apple Sangria

Raise your glass to fall with this pinot grigio-based sangria.
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Bar-B-Q Center

In the hallowed land of barbecue legend, a former ice cream parlor heats up the battle for bragging rights.
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Quiz: Where’s Your Perfect N.C. Mountain Destination?

Take this quiz to find out which destination is your perfect getaway. Inspired by the North Carolina mountains and presented by Great Outdoor Provision Co.
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Unearthed: Meadow Lane Farm

With a passion for local food and a vision for future farming generations, Martha Mobley serves as a pillar of North Carolina’s agriculture community.
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View from the Backseat

The joys of family car trips — playing games, sharing snacks, fighting with our siblings — are shared through generations.
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Scuppernong Grape Hull Pie

One of Nancie McDermott’s favorite things about fall: Muscadines are in season, and that means pie. She made this one just for us.
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