Last year, home schooling constituted only 3.4 percent of education in the United States — a mere 2 million children. However, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, home schooling has become a new, unlikely trend. As families are challenged to ensure a quality education amid raised health and safety concerns, many are turning to…

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“Pig Feet Everyday,” the sign proudly proclaims. Pig feet every day? Anyone who grew up north of the Mason-Dixon line might wonder why you would want them any day. But to Southerners of a certain vintage, it sounds like a delicious treat. The sign is at Casey’s Buffet, the “Barbecue & Home Cookin’” restaurant on…

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Kudos  I just took a moment to peruse your August issue. It’s beautiful. Bravo! — Randall J. Williams, Wrightsville Beach, NC Fish Story Loved your article about “The Fish Lady” (July WBM). It was a delightful read about a delightful lady but I wish she had shared her story found in her recipe book about…

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With the state still in Phase Two of virus lockdown reopening, more people are taking to the great outdoors — including me, swimming in the sound daily for aquatic therapy now. This issue brings RV travel and outdoor equipment sales into focus. Funny, a lot of people have the same great idea, thus finding good…

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