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Joseph Hillenmeyer, a garden and landscape designer in Kentucky, created a garden complex for Leon and Sandy Hollon. The garden complex is a living record of neighborly and familial ties, and features eight rooms that reflect the Hollons’ admiration for formal European style. Hillenmeyer’s work has gained popularity, leading him to new projects in North Carolina.
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NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and Chandra, his wife and model, live in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Johnson’s designed their house with the help of a local architect and an interior designer. The house features a blend of traditional architecture with contemporary art.
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The Virginia opossum was designated as North Carolina’s official state marsupial in 2013, and happens to be the only marsupial found in all of America and Canada. This article covers the biology, history, stereotype and culinary use of the opossum.
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This article highlights fifty things people should see, do, cook, read, and drink when visiting the southern states. Among the suggested experiences in North Carolina are hang gliding in Kitty Hawk, square dancing in Waynesville, surf-fishing in Cape Hatteras, watching a solar eclipse in the Smoky Mountains, and visiting a craft brewery.
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Repeating shotguns have been around since the 1880s, but there is nothing quite like a double gun. The author of this article discusses his knowledge of the guns, and covers the history of double guns and gunsmithing in the South.
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Each year, Garden & Gun magazine publishes an issue featuring a photograph of a dog on the cover. The dogs are part of the magazine’s “Good Dog” column and have included noble retrievers, proud pointers, and regal setters. To celebrate the magazine’s tenth anniversary, this issue’s cover features a photograph of three of their favorite canine cover stars in Garland, North Carolina.
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Cheerwine, the burgundy-red, cherry-flavored soda has been widely available since the 1980s. The one-hundredth birthday of Cheerwine will be celebrated on May 20 at the Cheerwine Centennial Celebration in Salisbury, North Carolina, where the soda beverage began.
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