Pockets of culture on Ocracoke

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 April 2014By Connie Leinbach Along with the highly visible rock, folk and bluegrass band concerts, Ocracoke has hidden pockets of culture.In March, about 20...

Ruth Fordon

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Ruth Fordon has been editor of the Observer since 2010.  Her career on Ocracoke........

Captain Puddle Ducks’ Steamer Pots: It’s a Family Affair

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Holiday issue 2013 By Gael Hawkins  I’ve been having one of those “why didn’t I think of this?” moments. Fresh, locally harvested seafood and fixings delivered...

Health and Wellness: Chocolate, a health food?

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October 2013 By TL Grace West Those of us who adore chocolate are pleased with more and more re­search showing health benefits of eating chocolate: especially...

Henry’s Kitchen: Steel cut oats for breakfast

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September 2013 by Henry  Schliff Back-to-school breakfast During the last week in August the pace of life here on Oc­racoke slows down dramat­ically. Early August’s last chance...

Pat Garber

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Pat Garber’s goal as a young girl was to grow up with lots of stories to tell, and she has done just that. A...

Henry’s Kitchen: Fresh Tuna

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August 2013 By Henry Schliff For many years tuna has been second only to shrimp as America’s favorite seafood but most people bought it in a...

Health and Wellness: Ways of feeding the ‘good wolf’ within

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August 2013 By TL Grace West You may be familiar with one of my favorite stories about a conversation between a Grandfather and his Grandson that...

Walk about Springer’s Point

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August 2013 By Samara Skinner   Springer’s Point is a 122 acre tract of land owned by NC Coastal Land Trust located on Ocracoke Island. The area...

Henry’s Kitchen: Fresh tuna

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August 2013 By Henry  Schliff For many years tuna has been second only to shrimp as America’s favorite seafood but most people bought it in a...