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Bilge Pump - In Their Own Words

As a website we have a habit on focusing on brand new bands, exciting new noise makers just making their way in the world. Every now and then though, along comes a band who are a testament to the joys of taking your time. 1,156 more words

"I Will Always Remember that Walk"

This is part of my new Monday morning series “In Their Own Words”

A scene from McDowell County, N.C., 1862-63. The words of Mary Barbour when she was elderly in the 1930s. 406 more words

Craven County

Generation Z: Who They Are, in Their Own Words

They’re the most diverse generation in American history, and they’re celebrating their untraditional views on gender and identity.

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In Their Own Words

The Quote of the Day (so far)

“We have to see the report. We cannot make a judgment on the basis of an interpretation by a man who was hired for his job because he believes the president is above the law and he wrote a 19-page memo to demonstrate that.”

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In Their Own Words

"An understanding between the slaves"-- Wilmington, 1858

This is the 2nd in a new series I’m calling “In Their Own Words.”

Wilmington, North Carolina, ca. 1858. A 12-year-old boy named William runs toward a camp of men, women and children that had fled from slavery. 295 more words

New Hanover County

[PREMIERE / Q&A] Lily Hayes - Soft On Me

Originally from the increasingly intriguing Falmouth music scene, Lily Hayes has recently relocated to Brighton, and is set to start sharing her music with the world, starting with her brand new single Soft On Me, which we’re sharing here today. 677 more words