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Amélie’s French Bakery

Spend a morning taking in the sights and scenes with us at Amélie’s in Charlotte.
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Music Legend Doc Watson

Writer Philip Gerard talks more about his story on North Carolina legend Doc Watson and plays one of Watson’s tunes in this exclusive video.
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Shagging 101: A Beginner’s Lesson

Learn a few shag steps from Ron and Pam Hall, who were featured in the July 2012 issue.
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The Kitchen Garden: Exploring the Kernersville Botanical Garden

Travel to the Kernersville Botanical Garden to see their unique and innovative kitchen garden.
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Hambone at Huffman’s Barbershop

Randy Hicks from Huffman’s Barbershop does the hambone – a dance he’s perfected and proudly shared with friends and family for years.
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Memories of the Backyard Clothesline

Remember sunny, summer days, with clothes drying on the line? Robert Long’s story “The Backyard Clothesline” evokes those memories.
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Imaginary Lines

Imaginary Lines author Jeremy Markovich discusses his quest to find what was on the other side of the ocean.
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Fragile Canvas

Learn how Rebekah Brown’s calling, creating artwork from egg shells, helps her enjoy the gifts and overcome the challenges of life. (8:57)
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Roanoke River

Explore North Carolina’s massive Roanoke River with your host, Bland Simpson. (9:42)
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Old Stone House

Explore the Old Stone House, a 250 year-old architectural marvel in Rowan County. (8:30)
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Trail of Trust

Like many hikers, Trevor Thomas completed the Appalachian Trail. Unlike the others, however, Thomas did it without benefit of sight. (15:51)
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Soldier’s Stories

Meet Fred Johnson of Wilmington, an African-American whose ancestors fought in the Civil War and who now works tirelessly to honor their service. (9:22)
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Japanese Tea Gathering at Sarah P. Duke Gardens

The 800-year-old tradition of tea continues at Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham. (2:20)
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Korner’s Folly

Take a tour of Korner’s Folley, Kernersville’s most famous and eclectic house. (10:58)
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Making Music at Marsh Woodwinds

Part repair shop, part performance space, Marsh Woodwinds is a place where music is made. (2:09)
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