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Tweetsie Railroad - Experience a funfilled tip of the hat to the Old West at Tweetsie Railroad in the North Carolina mountains.
Silver Lining - Silver Lining captures beach life with fresh eyes on every new canvas with plein air painter John Silver.
Brasstown Dancers - Brasstown Dancers vibrantly interpret historic folk life.
Tarheel Towns: Elizabeth City - Bland Simpson introduces us to his home town.
Window Dressing - How Salem Stained Glass restores or creates a dazzling array of windows for churches, public buildings, and private homes all over our state.
Living with an Island - A casebook look at how to coexist with nature on a barrier island system.
Island Inspirations - "Old Baldie" is not just a beacon to tourists; it and the island it waches over bring inspiration to a special group of artists.
Trailmakers - Meet Allen de Hart, 'father' of the Mountains to Sea trail.
Wild Friends - Durham's Piedmont Wildlife Center and Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic help educate the public to the needs of wildlife.
Gingerbread - The creativity, excitement and high drama that make up this annual event at Grove Park Inn.
Cheerwine - Billy Barnes tells the story of this popular NC soft drink.
Grandfather Mountain - The wild back country of this popular attraction, now poised to become partners with the NC State Parks system.
Going Nuts - Bertie County Peanuts is a family business that's reaping the benefits of a major NC crop as well as giving the county an economic boost.
Thomas Built Bus - Behind the scenes of the company that has been making the ubiquitous yellow busses for several generations.
Poplar Appeal - The entertaining perspectives of naturalist and storyteller Doug Elliot.
Sculpting Glass - Asheville glass artist Alex Gabriel Benrstein uses molten glass to create amazing forms and shapes.
Tar Heel Towns: Hillsborough - D.G. Martin visits the Orange County seat to enjoy its vibrant community and rich history.