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Fresh Eggs & Raising Chickens

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Orthodoxy and Politics

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The Outer Banks Community Quilt Show Returns to Roanoke Island Festival Park

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Chowanoke History – Culture

Written by Duvonya Chavis The greatest negative impact on Indigenous people living in America has been the denial of their right to enjoy and practice their culture. Although the overall impact resulted in statistics that reveal similar social disparities among Indigenous people across the United States, American Indians were impacted in various ways depending on […]

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Here’s Why People With Diabetes Shouldn’t Skip Eye Appointments

Written By: Susanne Medeiros Reviewed By: Mark W Johnson BA, Mark W Johnson BA, Jason Hsu MD Nov. 30, 2018 If you develop proliferative diabetic retinopathy, a blinding eye disease caused by diabetes, ophthalmologists have two treatment options: Lasers or needles. Proliferative diabetic retinopathy happens when abnormal new blood vessels grow inside the eye, potentially leading to bleeding or retinal detachment, which can […]

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An Evening with Joe Newberry Saturday, November 23, 2019 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Pocosin Arts will host an evening with famed Bluegrass musician, Joe Newberry. This special 25th anniversary offering will take place in Pocosin’s historic Riverview House. Enjoy the late afternoon fall sunset, overlooking the Scuppernong River as you toe tap to Joe’s banjo and folk melodies. Guests will enjoy oysters, appetizers and adult beverages accompanied by outstanding […]

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