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21957
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\"They've been called blue grass and newgrass. Some have tried to pigeonhole its sound as country, Americana, indie roots rock.\" However, the music Carolina Still plays defies genre, and the best anyone can come up with is \"old-time moonshiner stomp.\" The band performs about 200 shows a year from Eastern Carolina (their home base) to Memphis and New York. Rumley talks with band members about their style and music over the past eight years.
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Washington the Magazine (NoCar F264.W3 W37), Vol. 1 Issue 4, May/June 2012, p27-29,31, 33, il, por Periodical Website
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21959
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A large sculpture in the lobby of the NC Estuarium greets visitors as they enter. Completed in 1998, it took artist, educator, and sculptor Whiting Toler twenty-three months to create. It has thousands of parts--driftwood in all shapes and sizes, hundreds of feet of aluminum or copper wiring, and artifacts from the state's history. Its purpose is to tell the story of the river, the estuary, and the cycle of evaporation and precipitation that causes it all to happen.
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The husband-and-wife team of Bob Henkel and Karen Krupa opened the Inner Banks Artisans' Center in Washington in 2009. The center provides a venue for local artists. Currently, there are seventy-five artists represented at the center, which has eighteen studios on the ground floor.
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21958
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Built 183 years ago by Col. Joshua Tayloe, Elmwood is one of the grand old home of Washington. Rumley describes the home and lists the previous and current owners.
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