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for Metro Magazine Vol. 5 Issue 12, Dec 2004
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METRO design editor Diane Lea discusses the role of The National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of North Carolina in saving, restoring, and maintaining three of the most significant residences associated with the role of the state and the capital city in the Revolutionary War. The residences are the Joel Lane House (Raleigh) ca. 1770; Haywood Hall at New Bern Place (Raleigh) 1799; and the Burgwin-Wright House (Wilmington) 1770.
Leutze examines the dilemma facing residents of Carolina Beach -- whether to preserve the town's character or to allow an up-scale, out-of-town developer to build a mixed-use complex designed for residential and commercial use.
Jazz has had its ups and downs, in terms of fan support, in the last 80 years, though it remains one of America's great contributions to the world of music. In North Carolina, Duke University has taken steps to ensure the future of the Duke Jazz Ensemble by hiring jazz artist John Brown.