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Design Tips

Give your home a fresh new look with design tips from the experts. Small changes in décor can make a big difference to a room. Just ask our team of local interior designers who delight in mixing things up to…

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Winter Wardrobe with Oliver Clothing

Written by: Beasley Nester of Oliver As Fall blows past us, make room in your closet for winter styles to last seasons to come. Beautiful wrap skirts, lightweight sweaters, ankle boots and mules, and dainty jewelry, to create an everyday…

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This Little Light of Mine…

Celebrate Illuminating Light at Cameron Art Museum This Holiday Season Written by: Amanda Lisk Photos Courtesy of: Alan Cradick “In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.”— Aaron Rose ‘Tis the season at the Cameron Art Museum…

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Chef Zimmerman’s True Blue Passion

There are many characteristics that resonate deeply with me about chefs. There is an odd connection rooted to the same respect and passion I have gleaned interviewing and observing musicians. Throw in winemakers and they are collectively my favorite people…

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Carolina BBQ Gospel According To Sam Jones

Time. Wood. Smoke. Heat. All are ingredients to a real barbecue. Carolina BBQ, however, adds one other essential element: a whole hog.  Written By: Colleen Thompson Photography By: Denny Culbert Using “everything except the squeal,” to quote writer, Upton Sinclaire,…

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Wilmington’s Global Family Wine Business

If you were to ask Rob Kuchar to describe his family, he would have a hard time knowing exactly where to stop.  Story By Ryan Hedspeth Photography by Raul Sojo Montes Starting would be easy. He would begin with his…

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ROW Back Door Kitchen Tour

Modern Living in Historic Spaces  By Naari Honor There is this special place in Wilmington where paved roads turn into red brick, and the smell of magnolia trees permeates the air. Tourists flock here to take in the sites, but…

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Pinksocks: In Pursuit of Global Good

“We can’t always control governments (and) politics, but what we can control is how we interact with each other, one person at a time, one smile at a time, one pair of pink socks at a time.” – Nick Adkins…

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Sustaining Momentum

As with any ecological food web, survival for fishermen and seafood purveyors along Cape Fear’s coast hinges on the survival of the very wildlife they hunt for a living. As such, those in the industry recognize the pivotal need for…

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