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North Carolina pit master Sam Jones is breathing new fire into the old-school smokehouse. The grandson of Pete Jones, founder of the Skylight Inn barbecue restaurant in Ayden, opens a new restaurant in Greenville with an expanded menu.
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Hello, Sailor is a fish-camp restaurant owned by Katy and Joe Kindred on the shores of Lake Norman, north of Charlotte. Traditional fish camps, which opened on Thursdays when mill workers got paid, have long been treasured hereabouts, serving coastal specialties far from the coast. At Hello, Sailor, familiar dishes are revamped to reflect both modern and traditional recipes.
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Photographer Burk Uzzle, best known for his iconic images of social upheaval in the 1960s, is a North Carolina native. Born in Raleigh, Uzzle became the youngest photographer ever employed by Life Magazine. His career has taken him all over the world, but now Uzzle focuses on documenting the South and North Carolina in particular.
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The host to this summer’s America’s Cup, Bermuda is gearing up for a new generation of travelers. Bermuda is a small archipelago, located about six hundred miles off the North Carolina coast. This article provides a description of the island, travel guide, and advice on flights from Charlotte to Bermuda.
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In the wake of a gala in Charlotte and a documentary release about his life, fashion designer Andre Leon Talley recalls growing up with his grandmother in the Durham during the Jim Crowe-era. He accredits his grandmother for his love of fashion, his perseverance in the face of adversity, and his grace.
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Assembled over the last nine years, the Balentine's Southern Highlands Reserve cloaking the top of Toxaway Mountain, Cashiers, North Carolina is a mountain Eden dedicated to conserving unique habitats.
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Already considered one of the South's most impressive food and beer meccas, Asheville is raising the bar for brewing companies.
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Garden and Gun (NoCar AP 2 G247), Vol. 7 Issue 3, June/July 2013, p115-118, 120, 122, f Periodical Website
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This guide helps potential explorers where best to eat and drink in Asheville, North Carolina. Everything from hot dogs and doughnuts to the upscale duck confit is showcased, along with Asheville’s most well-known breweries and public houses.
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Garden and Gun interviews North Carolina natives, the Avett Brothers, ahead of the release of their new album True Sadness.
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Cheerwine, the burgundy-red, cherry-flavored soda has been widely available since the 1980s. The one-hundredth birthday of Cheerwine will be celebrated on May 20 at the Cheerwine Centennial Celebration in Salisbury, North Carolina, where the soda beverage began.
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Long overshadowed by its sister cities, Raleigh and Chapel Hill, Durham, North Carolina has developed its own image as the Bull City. From its humble origins as a railway depot to its height as a tobacco boomtown, Durham was built by and for working people. Durham has grown over the years, revitalized its downtown atmosphere, and continues to attract visitors to its city.
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Deep in the Southern Appalachians in the rich earth of states like North Carolina, American ginseng grows.
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The Avett Brothers have a new album and big plans for a music festival that focuses on the unique North Carolina sound.
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This article highlights fifty things people should see, do, cook, read, and drink when visiting the southern states. Among the suggested experiences in North Carolina are hang gliding in Kitty Hawk, square dancing in Waynesville, surf-fishing in Cape Hatteras, watching a solar eclipse in the Smoky Mountains, and visiting a craft brewery.
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Charlotte, a 20th-century center of cotton mill enterprise, is making a name for itself as a twenty-first century center of culinary arts.
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