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The Hawthornes’ Thanksgiving dinner is an ongoing feast. There’s a beautiful, bronzed turkey, of course, and a clove-studded ham with pineapple and maraschino cherries and a brown sugar/honey glaze. Then there are the desserts.
Owner Jim Braithwaite of Allis Holdings LLC is proposing three modest shops and one smaller one to be constructed along the western side of the pond on the southern portion of the complex.
Truly a family business, Cosimo and sons, “Sonny” Girolamo Santino and “Vinny” Vincenzo Antonio, keep the kitchen bustling, while Josephine herself runs the wait staff and front of the house.
Prior to 2000, if you wanted to be involved in the power structure of Dare County you were, in public, a Democrat. Republicans were virtually non-existent as an organized group
Nags Head is encouraging citizens to attend the first public meeting for the Dowdy Park design, which will be held on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board of Commissioners meeting room.
Dave Hallac has managed the Yellowstone Center for Resources for the past three years. He will start his new assignment at Cape Hatteras in early January 2015, according to a National park Service statement.
Jenkinson was featured prominently in the Ken Burns documentary The Roosevelts. He was one of the several historians Burns consulted as he developed chapters on the life of our 26th president.
Voter’s wanted change, but our guess is that passing symbolic resolutions about refusing residence to illegal immigrant minors with no parents in the country, or tilting at U.N. windmills or same-sex marriage aren’t why folks put you in office.
The award-winning Lathams are renowned for their realistic expression of wildlife with mesmerizing detail in their paintings of animals, birds and nature. It is as if one can reach into the painting and pet the animals’ fur.
There appears to be no escape from the cascade of political fliers filling our mailboxes this election season, and they continue to grow and breed. In the beginning, there were postcards, which tend to give you that warm, wish-you-were here feeling.
Tired of political mailers, advertising and news stories about the upcoming elections? So read the following story and watch the video for some good news that benefitted a great cause.
I am Jewish. It is important to know this because it helps in understanding the feelings I experienced when I met a local candidate for office. Her campaign signs line the road: "Conservative, Christian," they declare.