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The Kruger Brothers

The Kruger Brothers

Switzerland may be a long way from Wilkesboro, North Carolina, but for the Kruger Brothers, who grew up learning bluegrass and the music of Appalachia, coming to North Carolina was like coming home. (6:40)
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Carolina Cakes

Our Carolina Cakes

Enjoy a mouth-watering look at the North Carolina-inspired cakes that were the centerpiece of our February 2012 issue. (3:02)
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Carolina Fifes and Drums

The Civil War: Music from the Field

Learn more about the role of music during the Civil War and the soldiers who played it. (3:13)
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Tellin’ Stories with Clyde Edgerton

Enjoy scenes from author Clyde Edgerton’s performance and reading at Southeastern Community College in Whiteville. (4:44)
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Pumpkin Delight

Pumpkin Delights

See the Halloween pumpkin carvings and crowds who visit them on a bridge in Bynum. (4:32)
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Stickbuilt

Stickbuilt

On the Guilford college campus, acclaimed artist Patrick Dougherty constructs otherworldly sculptures out of saplings. (12:27)
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Tintype Photography by Harry Taylor

Photographer Harry Taylor steps back in time to capture photographs that have a sense of history and place.
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Trailmakers

Meet Allen de Hart, founder of the Friends of the Mountains to Sea Trail. (7:37)
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Batman of Swain County

Batman of Swain County

Lifelong adventurer Keith Bruce, a retired dentist, flies into his later years on a zip line and the belief that life should be a ride. (1:16)
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Robert Dotson

Flatfootin’ in Sugar Grove

Eighty-eight-year-old Robert Dotson of Sugar Grove shares his award-winning technique for Appalachian flatfoot dancing. (2:41)
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Cloister Honey Bees

Cloister Honey at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Randall York from Cloister Honey talks about the honey bees living high atop the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Charlotte. (3:05)
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The Snyder Family

Meet the Snyder Family Band, including 12-year-old fiddle player Samantha and 15-year-old guitarist Zeb. (9:30)
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Immigrant's Daughter

Immigrant’s Daughter

Immigrant’s Daughter performs a traditional tune called “Comb Your Hair and Curl It.” (3:03)
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Triad Scottish Fiddlers and Friends

Triad Scottish Fiddlers and Friends

Triad Scottish Fiddlers and Friends perform a rousing Scottish tune called “Atholl Highlanders.” (1:10)
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Red June

Red June

Asheville-based trio, Red June, performs “I’m Willing To Try,” a song they learned from Ralph Stanley. (1:41)
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