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

The Morning Show

The Morning Show

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

Hometown Opry

Once a month, a pawnshop transforms into a radio studio, and residents of North Wilkesboro rise early to see what happens next.
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Murphey School Radio Show

The Murphey School Radio Show

Writers, musicians, and friends gather for a variety show — and a good cause.
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Tom Kearney

The Tom Kearney Show

On weeknights, one gentle voice stands out among the rest.
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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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Radio

Tuning In

North Carolina’s radio pioneers entertained and informed listeners, taking the medium from the coop to the computer.
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Pritchard Park's Drum Circle

Asheville Drum Circle

Asheville’s eclectic tastes extend beyond its restaurants. While you’re here, take time to savor some of its local flavor in the form of Pritchard Park’s weekly drum circle.
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Overmountain Vineyard

Overmountain Vineyards in Tryon

In the summer, rows of vines heavy with clusters of juicy, red fruit climb the hills around Overmountain Vineyards. The future, however, looks radically different, thanks to a little white grape from France’s foothills and a winemaker’s revolutionary spirit.
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Ramps

Cherokee Flavor

Best known for its strong scent, the much-maligned ramp is enjoying an image makeover, thanks to its medicinal and culinary potential.
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Mushrooms

Forest Feast

North Carolina’s mountains and foothills support some of the greatest biodiversity in North America — everything from wild shoots and berries to farm-raised crops and cattle. Some grow hidden. Others thrive in plain sight. Many do both.
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