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An early Christmas for the Wilds of the Carolina coast.

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Rescue at the beach!

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Tis the season to be frantic...

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Anyone who has watched a loved one succumb to Alzheimers will understand how Lauren has been feeling lately.

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The trip to Richard's parents-in-law is a holiday event in and of itself.

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What we think of as "home".

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I spent my Thanksgiving this year with a good friend and her elderly mother, two people who have become family to me in the dozen years that I have lived here. Ruth is eighty and recovering from a heart attack. She told us she had no intention of cooking, or eating a big Thanksgiving meal. All she wanted was a plateful of Jackson's BBQ and some potato salad.

A shot of Wild Turkey, Andy-style.

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Architecture Radio commentator Charles Boney unites Thanksgiving and the Architecture of the American Home.

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Nan is "toting" a satchel of Southern condiments to this year's feast.

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The turkey, the table, the 'taters...it all starts in the soil.

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The small things we do impact the world in big ways.

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The economics of obesity.

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Preparations for Thanksgiving were a bit unorthodox at the Ormond household this year.

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They say big things come in little packages. Gary tells the story of a person who proves they were right.

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The land-mark ruling from the Massachusetts courts this week has Paul considering the M-Word; marriage.

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Morality. Biology. Politics. The common good. Sometimes they align almost perfectly in our American lives. Sometimes, the lines intersect and present us with a dizzying picture. This week, that dizzying picture is what to do about gay people and their unions. Massachusetts has just judged that they have a right to them.

Ede has a knack for finding memorable people; an easy task when the contributions made by that person just keep on growing.

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Late one night, a group of Box Turtles prepare for the coming of winter.

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The story of a winner.

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As an impressionable young commentator, Lauren Levian probably shouldn't be allowed to stay up watching late-night tv.

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There's more and more pressure on kids to excell in a specific area, and that pressure comes earlier and earlier. Commentator David Hill has seen it first hand in the form of Ballet Burn-out.

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When the Novello Literary Festival in Charlotte announced that John Grisham would be their keynote speaker for their 2004 event, a nervous murmur could be heard rippling outwards with the press releases.

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Guest commentator Shirley Hart Berry recently attended a reunion of inspired alumni from North Carolina Central University.

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A Tale of Three Cities.

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Nan has elevated shopping to an art form, or a theology.

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The Best Bulbs for Fall Planting.

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The Glory of Autumn in the Long Leaf Pine Savanna.

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In this tenuous time of economic recovery, commentator Dennis Henderson says there is double-good news to report.

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Earth Mass and the Blessing of the Animals.

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John opens up his head today, and invites us in.

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Have you signed up? Pete has, but says the ruling doesn't go far enough.

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