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6213
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Robinson continues this series profiling North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Sharyn McCrumb, James McGrit, Heather Ross Miller, Ruth Moose, and Tim McLaurin.
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6212
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Robinson continues this series profiling North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in and about the state. Included in this latest installment are Thomas Sewall Inborden, Randall Jarrell, H. G. Jones, Randall Kenan, and Horace Kephart.
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6215
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Robinson continues this series profiling North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Dennis Heartt, Hinton Helper, Archibald Henderson, Judy Hogan, and George Moses Horton.
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6217
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For lovers of fine dining, J. Basul Noble is a place to go in High Point. James Noble opened the restaurant almost twenty years ago and today has restaurants in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Charlotte. The original High Point restaurant, specializes in offering the finest foods, all prepared in-house, and attracts a strong following, both local and out-of-state.
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6216
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The Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company opened the Cow Cafe in New Bern in 1994, right across the street from its plant. Decorated in black and white, the cafe has attracted a local following and is a favorite of hundreds of vacationers from out-of-state.
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6244
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Robinson continues this series which profiles North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in and about the state. Included in this latest installment are O. Henry (William Sidney Porter), Guy Owen, Jr., Gwendolyn M. Parker, and Donald Parson.
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6821
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Robinson continues this series which profiles North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Margaret Rabb, Ron Rash, T. J. Reddy, David Rigsbee, and Nancy Roberts.
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8209
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Robinson continues this series which profiles North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Roger Sauls, Lemuel Sawyer, Amy Sedaris, and Bland Simpson.
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8210
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Robinson continues this series which profiles North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Hake Talbot, Suzanne Tate, Jackie Torrence, and John Roberts Tunis.
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19632
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The crabbing industry has long been an important cog in the culture of the Outer Banks. Local captain and fisherman John Booth discusses the activity and industry itself while framing it within the context of the Outer Banks. By doing this, Booth is able to highlight the importance of crabbing both culturally and economically to the Outer Banks.
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19661
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Owning a small, fine dining establishment can be a vast amount of work as the author Lorraine Hale Robinson found out while spending a day at the Four Square, an acclaimed Triangle restaurant. During her fourteen-hour day, the author saw the owner/chef take part in almost every activity in the kitchen while she herself became an active participant in several kitchen activities.
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19767
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The Windmill Point Restaurant and S.S. United States Lounge at Nag's Head brings a distinctive atmosphere and experience to the Outer Banks. A first-class dining establishment, the Windmill Point Restaurant also contains the S.S. United States Lounge, which features one of the largest private collections of memorabilia from a steamer. The dining experience combines a first-class dining experience with an informational session about an important aspect of our national maritime history.
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19762
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Manteo resident Marguerite Lyle Drinkwater Booth vividly recalls the stories her father would tell her about the early glory days of aviation that took place on the Outer Banks. Her father, Alpheus W. Drinkwater, was a salvage officer, local telegraph operator, and avid aviation enthusiast. As a telegraph operator, Drinkwater relayed the first message of the Wright Brothers' first successful flight and sent many communications instrumental in the US governments's acquisition of aircraft for military purposes.
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19826
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Pat's Soda Shop of Vanceboro has been a local institution for over the past fifty years. Owned by Dick Cleve, Pat's specializes in a wide selection of 'ades,' a delightfully sweet beverage that can be tailored to any palate. In addition, the shop carries the a wide variety of snacks, knick knacks, and beach toys.
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19841
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North Carolina provides a multitude of opportunities for residents and visitors to experience the differences found in the types of foods of the state. These differences can be explained by the geographical and cultural differences found between different communities and regions of North Carolina.