The Flying Melon has a Brand New Building and Location

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July 2013 by Connie Leinbach A test of a business’s value to its customers is when it’s not open, everyone hankers for it. That happened over...

Ocrafolk Festival a Delight for All

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July 2013 By Connie Leinbach Ocracoke Festival or­ganizers were happy when Tropical Storm Andrea skirted Ocracoke after a drenching Thurs­day leaving sunny weekend weather in its...

Health and Wellness: Angie’s Gym

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 June 2013 By TL Grace West Do you have a fitness story? Why not be­gin or continue one while on Ocracoke? Many people I talked with...

From Henry’s Kitchen: Shrimp and shrimp tacos

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June 2013 By Henry Schliff Since people in the United States con­sume more shrimp than any other kind of sea­food and be­cause Ocracoke is blessed with...

From Henry’s Kitchen: Fish cakes

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May 2013 By Henry Schliff It was love at first bite when I tasted my first fish cake at a small breakfast restaurant on the island...

Health & Wellness: Assembly of God Church

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May 2013 By Terrilynn Grace West This is the second in a series addressing spiritual wellness, fea­turing churches on Ocracoke. Last month I wrote about...

Ocracoke Community Park Becomes a Reality

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May 2013 On an ordinary Tues­day evening in April, something quite ex­traordinary happened on Ocracoke. The Ocracoke Community Park Committee announced that the island’s long dreamed-of...

Health and Wellness: The United Methodist Church

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April 2013 By Terrilynn Grace West Churches have exist­ed over time on Oc­racoke and address spiritual wellness. If you attended the Easter Sunrise service on the...

From Henry’ Kitchen: Caramelized onions and bitter greens

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April 2012 By Henry Schliff Bitter greens are among the most nutritionally dense foods that one can eat but their bitterness needs to be toned down...

Yoga on Ocracoke

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Health & Wellnes April 2012 By TL Grace Yoga is a word many people are familiar with and know it is a path to health and wellness. On...