Gary Mitchell would like the world to agree–at least on love

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By Peter Vankevich Gary Mitchell says he’s not a prolific songwriter, but one of his songs speaks to the times and has gotten more airplay...

Dale Russell and the rusty chains

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here By Peter Vankevich This headline is not about a music group. Conventional wisdom says one...

How to make meaningful change Part 2

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Ask a Mental Health Professional Installment No. 8 By Earle Irwin Question: How do we use what we are learning from Hurricane Dorian and the pandemic...

‘Islands on the Edge’ online Thursday will feature Ocracoke

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A Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage online program, “Islands on the Edge: North Carolina’s Maritime Culture in the Time of the Pandemic,”...

How to make meaningful change?

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Ask a Mental Health Professional Installment No. 7 By Earle Irwin Question: How do we use what we are learning from Hurricane Dorian and the...

Michael Corlis’s expansive view of Ocracoke

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here To see more of the photography of Michael Corlis, click here. By Peter VankevichOcracoke...

More Michael Corlis photographs

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here Michael Corlis is a longtime visitor to Ocracoke Island and his stunning photographs show...

Time to get creative with your face covering

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Ocracoke Alive wants people on Ocracoke to add some bling to their COVID-19 face coverings. The nonprofit arts organization will have mask-crafting stations from 2...

‘Birchbark Chronicles’: Pat Garber’s new book is a picaresque journey

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By Connie Leinbach Pat Garber’s new book is a deep dive into her young adult years as filtered through a later, solitary year spent in...

New Ann Ehringhaus exhibit down east

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“Living on the Core,” a photography/poetry show by Ocracoke photographer Ann Ehringhaus, is on view through September at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum on Harkers...