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24781
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Residents of Oakdale, an older neighborhood in Raleigh, are upset about plans to demolish old homes to make way for a new, larger home. Oakdale has not been designated as a historic district yet, but city officials believe the unrest created by the recent demolition will provoke residents to support preservation of the neighborhood.
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31205
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Much of the film “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood” was shot in the summer of 2001 at one of North Carolina’s largest antebellum plantation houses, Buckner Hill House, near Faison in Duplin County. Its owners, Terry Grimes and Brad Chappell, describe how the film crew and Tri-County EMC electric cooperative worked to take special care filming the movie in the historic house.
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