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Congressional candidate Mark Walker talks about his platform in Election 2014. The College of Textiles at NCSU is developing "smart" fabrics. And researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine are growing synthetic organs to test new drug therapies.
We tour historic Bennett Place in Durham and visit the Poplar Grove Plantation in Wilmington. We take in the 20th anniversary of the Orange County Artists Guild Open Studio Tour. And Patrick Woodie talks about the North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center.
We continue our series of conversations with the candidates running for US Congress with Antonio Blue. We look at the potential impacts of new Voter ID laws. And ASU's Dr. Kurt Michael receives the 2014 Award for Excellence in Public Service.
Landscape architect Frederick Olmsted's legacy is showcased & celebrated by the NC Arboretum. UNC Charlotte's botanical gardens are a top tourist destination for the region. And Rachel Raney talks about the work & mission of the Southern Documentary Film Fund.
Kelly McCullen showcases the 2014 NC State Fair sampling the food, taking in the competitions, & learning how officials keep fairgoers safe during the annual family-favorite event.
UNCG's Dr. Robert Anemone uses modern technology to find ancient remains. Plus we'll visit two family-friendly events offering Halloween fun.
US Rep. GK Butterfield talks about his platform in Election 2014. A new documentary examines the issue of mental health treatment & management in NC. The Wright School provides mental health treatment & education to children. And we sample a family favorite at the NC State Fair.
In this special episode filmed on location at the Furniture Market in High Point, we learn about the Market's dramatic economic impact on our state & its many international connections. We talk with High Point Market Authority President and CEO Tom Conley. We profile Asheboro-based Klaussner Home Furnishings. And we talk with artist Bill Mangum about his Klaussner furniture line.
Jonathan Barfield, Jr. is running for NC's 7th Congressional district. Surry Community College's Viticulture & Enology program is gaining international renown. Kelly McCullen tours the flower show at the NC State Fair. And Tar Heel Traveler Scott Mason visits a Warrenton group famous for making birdhouses.
US Congresswoman Renee Ellmers talks about her platform in Election 2014. A wounded soldier reunites with the Duke medical team who saved him. A special memorial honors military service dogs killed in the line of duty. And it's opening day of the NC State Fair.
Researchers at the Duke Lemur Center are studying the primates behavior. The Raleigh Aquarium Society holds an annual fish auction. NATURE profiles animal misfits. Plus NCA&T's Dr. Perpetua Muganda leads an innovative study of an aggressive form of breast cancer.
US Rep. David Price talks about the issues facing voters in Election 2014. Big Data is becoming big business in NC. And the UNCG School of Business is helping grow new businesses in the state's wine industry.
Innovative research at UNC-CH leads to breakthroughs in the study & treatment of Autism. A Hillsborough quilter transforms masterworks of art into a tangible viewing opportunity for the blind. And a new exhibit showcases the works of surrealist master Joan Miro.
The 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history, affecting multiple countries in West Africa. Although the risk of an Ebola outbreak in the US is VERY LOW, the CDC and partners are taking precautions to prevent this from happening. We recently sat down with epidemiolgist Dr. Seronda Robinson to find out more about the disease and what can be done to prevent its spread.
NCCU Epidemiologist Dr. Seronda Robinson talks about Ebola. The Charlotte Wood Carvers Club is preserving & promoting the age-old hobby. Sparta's Dr. Grabow makes traditional smoking pipes. And we ride the rails on the New Hope Valley Railroad.
We visit the Engineering Early College High School at UNC Charlotte. We meet the new Guilford College President Dr. Jane Fernandes. And author & professor Dr. Ezra Greenspan has a new biography of William Wells Brown.
We recap last night's US Senate Candidates Debate. Congressional candidate Arthur Rich talks about his platform for Election 2014. Forensic anthropologists at North Carolina State University are using advanced forensic science techniques to identify victims and solve crimes. And Marshall Stewart talks about a new initiative underway at NCSU.
US Rep. Virginia Foxx talks about the issues of importance in Election 2014. Greensboro's South Elm neighborhood undergoes a renovation. And the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter draws new business to Winston-Salem.
Vivian Howard and her husband Ben Knight left the bright lights and the big city for a beautiful farm in small-town Eastern North Carolina. The duo soon opened up their own farm-to-table restaurant,Chef and The Farmer in Kinston. Each week, they share the story of their culinary journey in the Peabody Award-winning series A Chef's Life, right here on UNC-TV.
Atlantic Caviar & Sturgeon is making a name for itself with its specialty products. A new Raleigh restaurant & grocery store is opening with a top chef at its helm. And Chef Vivian Howard talks about her award-winning series A Chef's Life.
The Oakwood-Mordecai Business District in downtown Raleigh is hopping - one new project involves a renowned chef, an urban farm and a surprising decision. Carol Jackson has more.
There's some innovative dancing taking place in North Carolina that's not on a stage…it's in a tiny basement level space underneath the post office on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill. Producer Carol Jackson has the story.
Dr. Jean-Marie Maillard explains the Enterovirus & its impact on our state. Candidate Marshall Adame talks about his campaign platform in Election 2014. The Brothaz Unique are busting some moves in Chapel Hill. And Joey Shanks is creating state of the art movie special effects in his home studio.
We continue our series of conversations with the candidates running for US Congress with Vince Coakley. NC A&T researchers are develop an enzyme that removes the allergen from peanuts. The Uwharrie Wine Trail showcases several NC wineries. And we preview the new season of Flavor NC.
A conversation with Congressional candidate Mark Walker.
Bennett Place is a showcase of NC Civil War history.
A conversation with Congressional candidate Antonio Blue.
The NC Arboretum honors a renowned landscape architect.
Kelly McCullen takes in the sights & sounds of the NC State Fair.
A paleontologist has discovered a new way to find old artifacts.
A conversation with US Rep. GK Butterfield.
We take the show on the road to the Furniture Market in High Point.
A conversation with Congressional candidate Jonathan Barfield, Jr.
A conversation with US Rep. Renee Ellmers.
The Duke Lemur Center protects & preserves these unique primates.
A conversation with Congressman David Price.
UNC Chapel Hill gains national recognition for 2 breakthroughs in Autism research.
Epidemiologist Dr. Seronda Robinson talks about the Ebola virus.
Epidemiologist Dr. Seronda Robinson talks about Ebola.
A profile of the Engineering Early College H.S. at UNC Charlotte.
A look back at the US Senate Candidates Debate.
A conversation with Congresswoman Virginia Foxx.
A visit with Vivian Howard of A Chef's Life.
A Caldwell County farm is raising a somewhat unusual "crop" in our state.
Standard Foods Restaurant & Grocery is set to open in Raleigh with a top chef.
A Chapel Hill duo is gaining renown as the bust some moves on the dance floor.
Kelly McCullen talks with a doctor to get the latest on the Enterovirus.
A conversation with congressional candidate Vince Coakley.
Every weeknight North Carolina Now examines the most pressing issues of the day, talks with its most important people, visits the most interesting places in the state, and celebrates our artistic and cultural diversity. Covering a wide array of topics ranging from the environment, politics and government, to statewide education on all levels, the farming community and coastal and rural development issues, North Carolina Now is there, bringing you the information you need. From the mountains to the coast, the State Fair to the state line, North Carolina Now covers the local stories and brings them home to you.
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