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21752
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Jim Messer has art degrees from both Virginia Commonwealth University and Florida State. He left a teaching job at Davidson College and moved to Hertford County in 2006 to help create the associate fine arts degree at Roanoke Chowan Community College. He teaches a number of classes including art history, art design, drawing, jewelry making, and pottery. The clay is local, being donated from the farm of Cedric Pierce. Messer describes the steps involved in processing the clay from the ground to the classroom.
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23278
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King's Landing Shops, located on Main Street in Murfreesboro, is home to a coffee shop and a number of retail stores.
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23281
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Pine Forest Rest Home in Northampton County is important to the community and the building, which used to be a school, is a historical icon.
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23297
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A small cemetery in Weldon dates to the Civil War and provides a testament to the history of northeastern North Carolina.
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24850
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Skip and Sandy Abrams own Magnolia House Honey in Jackson, North Carolina. They started the business in the fall of 2014 and have had huge success. Their honey ranges in color and includes varieties from New York, Florida, and North Carolina. They discuss the struggles of beekeeping and where different forms of honey come from.
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21745
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Cathy McInville in an artist in Conway, Northampton County, whose specialty is sculptures, painting, and stained glass windows. Conway Studio Works, which she owns, is divided into two parts--the front where her works are displayed and her work studio in back. She will make stained glass windows on commission.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. 5 Issue 3, Spr 2014, p19-22, 24-25, il