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Stonewall Jackson YDC Horticulture Program Featured on NC Dept. of Public Safety Newsletter (Jan 2015)

CONCORD | Produce grown by students at Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center is helping to feed the homebound of Cabarrus County. A special partnership to donate the vegetables grown as part of the youth development center’s horticulture program sprouted in October between Cabarrus County Meals on Wheels, the youth development center and 100 Gardens LLC, a Charlotte-based initiative working to connect the area community to struggling communities in Haiti. 21 more words

Aquaponics

Inheritance (Part II)

Lexington

I awake to birdsong. More than birdsong — a bird symphony, an earthquake of ravens and warblers and jays and woodpeckers shaking the room: an anarchic mess of squawking, chattering, twittering.

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Travel

Rebels Down Under: Part Two

We are pleased to welcome back guest author, Dwight Hughes.

Part two in a series.

Despite pro-Yankee sentiments in Melbourne, the preponderance of sympathy was for the South, echoing the feelings of many in Great Britain. 1,304 more words

Campaigns

Camera: Chancellorsville

The Battle of Chancellorsville is considered one of Robert E. Lee’s greatest victories in the Civil War. Confederate forces managed to flank the Union in a surprise attack which is frighteningly portrayer in the film “Gods and Generals”. 285 more words

Photography

Review: "Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies" (2012)

“He emancipated the slaves…he saved the Union…he slaughtered the undead!” Made during the turn-Lincoln-into-anything-you-want phase that was popular for about fifteen minutes back in 2012, … 425 more words

"So Bad Its Good"

Today In Charleston History: February 8

1671 – Arrivals  

Forty-two settlers arrived in Charles Town from Barbados on the ship John and Thomas, named for the two men who outfitted the vessel, John Strode and Thomas Colleton. 312 more words

History - Charleston