Artists to paint Ocracoke

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here Eight North Carolina artists will return today for the fifth year to paint historic...

Joebell flowers on Ocracoke

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here By Pat Garber One of the first things I remember from my early years at...

Impressions on the passing of a season

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By Michael Lydick In my house in East Bend, there’s a weathered basket on the small table by the front door filled with key chains....

Concert provides a bit of normalcy on Ocracoke

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here By Connie Leinbach A live, multi-artist concert Saturday night outside at the Berkley Barn afforded...

Remembering artist and Ocracoke Island friend Doug Hoover

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By Connie Leinbach A beloved off-island artist, Douglas W. Hoover, 52, of Archdale, Guilford County, died Aug. 14 of natural causes in the Hospice Home...

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...