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Merry Hill in northeastern North Carolina will soon be home to one of the state’s next great golf destinations. It is also the location of Scotch Hall Preserve, which was recently linked to the Lost Colony mystery. Research revealed that Sir Walter Raleigh had his eye on the Merry Hill area as the site of the first English settlement in the New World.
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Bob Podolak, a former cardiologist at the University of North Carolina medical school, and his wife Tina have homes in Buxton, North Carolina and Denver, Colorado. The Podolaks reflect on their experiences living in the Outer Banks and memories of the diverse local culture.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 13 Issue 5, July 2012, p32-35, il, por Periodical Website
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There is always something more to talk about when it comes to North Carolina barbecue. Carroll Leggett documented food culture in eastern North Carolina during a Barbecue Trail field trip with the Southern Foodways Alliance. Leggett covers diverse cooking styles and highlights notable barbecue restaurants, including B’s Barbecue in Greenville.
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There has been a proliferation of cocktail bars in the Triangle. Bartenders are recreating classic cocktails using imaginative and local ingredients. Some of the Triangle’s fashionable drinking establishments include Fox Liquor Bar, Foundation, and The Architect Bar & Social House in Raleigh.
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