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24854
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Teddy Phelps, a long-time Creswell resident, has been building miniature wooden structures since the death of his father four years ago. They range from tobacco barns to the well-known Collins House. He has won several prizes for his works in both the Chowan County and the North Carolina State Fair.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. Issue , February-March 2016, p46-48, 50-52, il, por
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38118
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The small-town persona of the past included Main Street as the main street and Bijou Theatre. For Columbia, the cinema on the corner of Main and Elm Streets provided a major source of entertainment and helped define the way of life in the small town. Seven days a week, three times a day, and for nearly fifty years, the Columbia Theatre became a landmark in the community and backdrop for many locals on life’s stage.
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39388
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Johnny Ray Sykes, Jr., a Tyrrell County native, an emerging R&B and Soul artist deeply rooted in Black Gospel.
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39399
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The authors gives a detailed history of the gardens of Somerset Plantation, their decline and eventual restoration.
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39418
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Ashley Johnson, an artist from Columbia, NC, combines whimsy and surrealism in her clay art. She also creates jewelry and art from found objects or 'trash art.'
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39428
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The author, Debbie Spruill, of Tyrrell County gives us the story of Dora Roughton Voliva, who remembers Christmas in the 1930's in Columbia, Tyrrell County, NC