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Cafe Atlantique's owner and chef, Scott Fisher, tantalized patrons' pallets at his Wilmington French bistro from 1987 to 1994, before closing it to raise dogs. In 2001, he reopened, but was killed two months later in a car accident. Pearson discusses the restaurant under its current owner and chef.
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Two years ago Cary-based SAS Institute, Inc., the world's largest privately held software maker, was considering going public and reaping the rewards. In this METRO magazine interview, Jim Goodnight, who founded the company in 1976, discusses the last two years, going public, and why he decided to keep his company private.
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East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine \"has pioneered and developed some of the most cutting-edge technology in the medical community,\" including robotic heart surgery and telemedicine. Stains discusses researchers and their work at the Brody School of Medicine.
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One of Nashville's most prolific songwriters is Jim Lauderdale, a North Carolina native. He released his first album in 1991 and has released seven more since 1998, including two with bluegrass legends Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys. van Vleck discusses songwriting and performing with Lauderdale.
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Two new mega-malls that recently opened, The Streets at Southpoint in Durham and Triangle Town Center in North Raleigh, are more than just shopping centers. Lea describes them from an architectural point of view.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 3 Issue 6, Sept 2002, p26-30, 32-33, il Periodical Website
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A low tech invention by Joseph Kalinowsky of East Carolina University's speech communications department is transforming the lives of 60 million people who struggle with stuttering.
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At Duke University, medical research is leading to discoveries and forging related high-tech companies. From potential cancer vaccines to stem cell research, anti-AIDS drugs and 3D imaging, the university is building a legacy of cutting-edge research transferred to the private sector.
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From nano research to software, veterinary medicine to next-generation textiles, the Centennial Campus is a technological advancement and first-class development for North Carolina State University.
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