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The Pamlico Writers
Pamlico Writers Group and Beaufort County Arts Council/Art of the Pamlico, sponsors of the annual Pamlico Writers Conference
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The Pamlico Writers 16h
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Linda Huber Nov 19
Maggie stared across the beach. The tide was coming in. But where was Olivia? “An emotional read, a turbulent read.”
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B C Austen Nov 19
Miranda Jones Odyssey - B C Austen This 5 book series focuses on a crucial time in Miranda's life. Enjoy these well paced stories, packed with mystery, romance and whatever life can throw at her. FREE from;
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Katie Oliver Nov 14
‘The stiletto is a feminine weapon that men just don't have.' - Christian Louboutin ❤️Romance ❤️Danger ❤️A cheating spouse ❤️and...shoes? LOVE, LIES & LOUBOUTINS Amazon Universal link:
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Our State Magazine Nov 15
Enter for a chance to win a getaway to Surry County, complete with a cabin stay, a tour of Mayberry, and more!
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Our State Magazine Nov 15
We’re adding these dressed-up sweet potatoes to our menu. 😋
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Our State Magazine Nov 15
in 1949, the North Carolina State Ports Authority was granted a 50-year lease on the northeast section of a Wilmington shipyard — the beginning of a true modern port.
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Our State Magazine Nov 16
in 1933, the Blue Ridge Parkway was approved.
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Our State Magazine Nov 16
At the height of his NFL career, a North Carolina native traded football for farming.
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Our State Magazine Nov 17
Each year, descendants of the world’s most famous conjoined twins, Chang and Eng Bunker, return to Mount Airy to reconnect.
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Our State Magazine Nov 17
in 1753, settlers from Pennsylvania brought a new way of life to the Piedmont.
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Our State Magazine Nov 18
“A hutch — be it passed down from a relative’s farmhouse or discovered at a yard sale — exemplifies a life lived.”
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Our State Magazine Nov 18
Pick your perfect .
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Our State Magazine Nov 18
“North Carolina cuisine goes back to Cherokee cooking.”
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Our State Magazine Nov 19
“We fall to sleep under starry skies, and wake to a world bejeweled.”
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Our State Magazine Nov 19
Make this Angus Barn signature!
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Our State Magazine Nov 19
Casual and cozy or fancy and formal, the makings of a homecoming are time-honored traditions.
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Our State Magazine Nov 20
This mountain town is perfect for a day trip — but you may not want to leave.
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