Piedmont Laureate Scott Huler doesn’t specialize. The Raleigh writer asks as many questions, about as many different things, as he can.
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Recalling an early explorer, a canoer seeks the empty spaces in the Carolina coastal marshes.
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Sedan-size maps of centuries past weren’t as convenient as our smartphones’ GPS, but without them, we would have been lost.
At North Carolina State University’s Hunt Library, “whoosh” replaces “shhh” as robots zip along the state-of-the-art building’s five-story trove of tomes.
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North Carolina is the only state with an official toast, and that deserves … well, a toast!