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Some of Eastern North Carolina’s brightest students took pen to paper to write tributes to one of Wilmington’s favorite traditions — the annual Azalea Festival.

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“Old Hickory” Division Receives the Presidential Citation The United States Army is awarding the Presidential Unit Citation to the 30th Infantry Division, nicknamed “Old Hickory.” After World War II, just eight units within the 30th Infantry Division were recognized with the Presidential Unit Citation.On March 17, 2020, President Donald Trump directed the Army to honor…

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We had one criterion for our annual look at Kitchens That Cook: find bold spaces that dare to move away from the traditional all-white theme.

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Bread for Life senior pantry joins other area nonprofits and churches that are still giving the gift of nourishment to Wilmington’s hungry despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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Artist Naomi Jones’ Animal Portraits Naomi Jones’ art reflects a contemporary historic take on portraiture, though the subjects are animals and not humans. Classic repetitive floral motif backgrounds, reminiscent of the Arts and Crafts movement and William Morris’s wall patterns, suspend her subjects, making them vulnerable while they continue to hold their ground. This is…

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This is an unprecedented and amazing time. I can’t remember when I have been more encouraged, even though we’re in the midst of a horrific pandemic. There are positives in these trying times. It’s so inspiring to see our country’s public and private sector pull together to meet this crisis, shoulders to the plow in…

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Adding micro, leafy and powdered greens to any meal will greatly increase nutrients The azaleas are blooming, the buds are bursting, and the green Earth is returning to life in the warm spring breezes. Spring is an invigorating time of renewal and with it, it’s typically a time to get motivated to eat healthier. After…

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