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This article portrays three downtown Wilmington businesses whose proprietors reside upstairs. Each building is featured, revealing functional places of business with domiciles above.
George Watts Hill's Chapel Hill home, Quail Hill, will become part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, his alma mater.
The author provides an in-depth look at the expansion of the famous and loved Intimate Bookshop in Chapel Hill. Owner Wallace Kuralt discusses the store's colorful history and its present status in the face of an onslaught by new book superstores.
The John Boy and Billy Big Show, the morning talk show of WRFX radio in Charlotte, has mass appeal across the south. As of July the show was syndicated in twelve markets in the Southeast, reaching two million listeners in five states.
Robert Mauldin, Centura Bank's CEO, is changing his bank's image as a staid financial institution through such initiatives as eye-catching ad campaigns, full service stock-brokerage, and the placing of ATMs in Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores.
North Carolina has gained a reputation as an hospitable state for the film industry; the potential impact of a film production on a small town is considerable.