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Since this is the season of giving thanks, I conducted an experiment to see if an attitude of gratitude existed in our communities. Here are my results.
If there’s one thing I love about Raleigh, it’s the local coffee scene. There is just something magical about a latte that makes the air a bit more sparkly.
Rex Express Care Song!
For people diagnosed with Celiac Disease or other gluten intolerances, that carb and grain-laden Thanksgiving spread can be a tough one to navigate.
A lot of guys from the Vietnam era were not, well, almost none of them were welcome home, explains Roy, a Vietnam War Veteran and North Carolinian.
Halloween is an important holiday. It gives us permission to be someone else but why are we so desperate to be someone else?
A glut of supposedly “gluten-free” products has entered the market, and until recently shoppers had only the word of the company selling those products that they were what they claimed to be.
Need a cure-all? We have miracle remedies for what ails you! Not!
The legend of Phoebe Ward, the hag witch of Northampton County, North Carolina, became widely known when her story was brought to the big stage.
Haunted Wilmington: In Historic District of Downtown Wilmington, you will find the Old North Inn. This quiet residence offers more than what meets the eye.
By the authority vested in me by your love, by God, and BY THE GREAT STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, I now pronounce you MARRIED!
After having a creepy experience there when I was about fifteen years old, I set out to learn what history might support the fright I had there.
Ever heard of the ghost of Mordecai House? The oldest house in Raleigh on its original foundation is supposedly haunted by a woman in a long black skirt.
Contemporary Tarheel witches tend more toward practical ritual, social activism, environmental conservation, and human and animal rights awareness.
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