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Floatation for The Health of It

By Naari Honor Since the age of ancient Babylonia, society has used the start of a new year as motivation to implement personal change. Some see the process of transitioning from old to new, as just the right amount of…

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Tapas Dining – A New Way To Socialize

By Kirsten Cunnings With so many incredible local dining options in the Cape Fear area, more often than not I struggle with deciding on where to eat. As lovers of variety in our meals, my husband and I often order…

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Horses That Heal

Written by: Claudia Stack | Photographed by: Virginia Gates Photography “When I am bestride him, I soar; I am a hawk; he trots the air.” Shakespeare, King Henry V         When six-year-old Wren rushes up to kiss Butterball on the nose,…

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Salon des Beaux-Artes

  Written by Kelly Johnson In a Parisian cafe, around the1860s, a group of artists gathered to discuss little of their tea and pastries and more of their passion for art and the ideas behind it. The result? A painting…

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Honeymooning in North Carolina

Written by: Hayley Swinson Grab your overnight bag, your beloved, and hop in the car. You needn’t look further than our vast and beautiful North Carolina to go honeymooning. Within a few hours or less you could be sipping champagne…

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Wedding Cakespiration

Your wedding cake will be the centerpiece of your wedding reception. If you’re planning a fairytale affair, then you’ll want to complete your wedding with an enchanting wedding cake. It can, however, be incredibly overwhelming to choose your dream cake…

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Bellamy Mansion Balancing Truth With Financial Need

How Bellamy Mansion Preserves History Without Sacrificing Honesty Written By Casey McAnarney With 150 years of history, the Bellamy Mansion Museum has seen many things, from jazz shows and educational tours to more sinister events that taint its past. Now,…

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Cape Fearless: A Treetop Adventure

Written by: Hayley Swinson   Fifty feet is the highest point on the Cape Fearless Extreme course, according to Chris Sherry, co-owner with Ron England. Standing on the ledge looking down, it’s hard to fathom that I’m five stories up….

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Abode at Avalon Avenue

Written by Kelly Johnson Motoring toward 1833 Avalon Avenue, homeowners and guests alike will be greeted by a sweetly secluded private roadway. Greenery sprouting from either side of the drive—transporting on comers to an Intracoastal homecoming, with views of the…

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Summer in Southport

Written by: Melissa Snowden Southport is a charming harbor town – located where the mouth of the Cape Fear River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Encompassing  2.2 square miles of pristine scenery and dotted with centuries of maritime history, Southport has…

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