Find Your Perfect North Carolina Beach

Which North Carolina beach was made for you? Before packing your swimsuit, take our quiz presented by Crabtree Valley Mall.
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Blowing Rock

In the small town in the mountains, the people look after nature, and nature looks after the people.
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The Blessing of the Hounds

Hunters and hounds gather reverently on Thanksgiving Day. Soon, they will burst across Hobby Field on the heels of Codie Hayes, who was born to lead them in pursuit of tradition and glory.
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Fly Fishing in North Carolina

Where well-stocked waters and gorgeous settings add up to the perfect day.
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Heart of the Hunter

Hunting, by definition, is a sport. But it is not a game. When we hunt, we step into another world — the natural world, the wild world — intending to take something from it. The best hunters appreciate this, respect this, and pause for this before they pull a trigger or set a trap. They know, too, that life has always required life, whether we sustain ourselves on plants or game. And most important, they understand that what we take, we should also revere. These are our true sportsmen.
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Wings Over Water Wildlife Festival

Serious birders come to the Outer Banks festival with a single goal — to spot a bird unlike any other they’ve ever seen. Others climb into canoes and hike into the wetlands to explore eastern North Carolina’s natural spaces. They all get swept up in Wings Over Water.
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Untold Stories of Old Currituck Duck Clubs by Travis Morris

Readers will find themselves immersed in Southern culture, hunting, and the sound of duck calls.
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Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont: A Guidebook by Georgann Eubanks

For people who prefer traveling with a definite direction in mind, Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont: A Guidebook is a true gem. As author Georgann Eubanks explains in the preface, the guide is “a book about books, a
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Sound Story

Telling Currituck Sound’s story comes naturally to Sharon Meade, a curator at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education. The story is her own.
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Regular Crowd

After working in other people’s kitchens for 29 years, Ricky Bullins bought Bob’s Restaurant in Madison and turned it into a place where he wants to be. A good-size group of customers feels the same way.
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Her Own Vision

Katy Caroline Gullett was never one to let anybody tell her what to do with her life. So it should be no surprise that her painting style is her own.
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