Peter-Geiger

License Plate Special

A North Carolina artist recycles license plates, builds custom guitars, and sells them to celebrities and Tar Heels alike.
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People

Church Cookbooks

The Church Cookbook

For so many in North Carolina, compiling or contributing to a church cookbook is another way to serve.
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Bald Eagle

Eagles of Jordan Lake

Visit the Triangle for a glimpse of our nation’s iconic bird.
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Bill Smith

The Presbyterians Had Layer Cakes … The Catholics Had Kibbe

Award-winning Chef Bill Smith remembers church suppers, and growing up the child of a Presbyterian and a Catholic.
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Faith and Food

Faith & Food

The desire to feed is baked into the language of the church.
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Whole Truth Lunchroom Wilson

Wilson: Whole Truth Lunchroom

The covered dish. The church picnic. The Wednesday night supper. North Carolina’s communal gatherings embrace the spirit of faith, fellowship, and food.
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Carraway United Methodist Church Greensboro

Greensboro: The Hot Dog Church

They don’t call Greensboro’s Carraway United Methodist Church “The Hot Dog Church” for nothing.
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Wednesday Night Supper Kinston

Kinston: Wednesday Night Supper

For as long as anyone at First Baptist Church in Kinston can remember, Wednesday night suppers have served as a midweek battery charger.
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Open Hearts Bakery Morganton

Morganton: Open Hearts Bakery

Volunteers at St. Matthews Church in Morganton bake laughter and love into every loaf at Open Hearts Bakery.
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Garden of Eaten Cafe Hickory

Hickory: Garden of Eaten

The Garden of Eaten Cafe at First Baptist Church in Hickory welcomes diners for food and fellowship.
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ACC Hall of Fame Greensboro

A History of Sport at the ACC Hall of Champions

On Tobacco Road, one museum tells a story of rivalries and champions.
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