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Despite the modern craze for synthetics, there is an active, centuries-old culture of handmade, wooden work boats that persists along the Crystal Coast of North Carolina. This has also been accompanied by North Carolina's ascent as one of America's premier wooden yacht yards--Jim Moore's Marine Yacht Center.
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Baseball is a large part of North Carolina culture. From million dollar stadiums and Class A farm teams, to 300 North Carolinians in the majors, baseball is played by youth and senior citizen alike.
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You have heard of the green campaign to eat locally grown food. But there is an equally active nationwide effort urging consumers to buy everything they need from locally owned businesses.
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Although rarely appearing on the list of Triangle culinary icons, Lex Alexander has been one of the most important tastemakers for over 25 years. Alexander is the man indirectly responsible for bringing The Whole Foods Company to the Triangle.
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