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1:07 pm
Mon October 11, 2004

Kilroy Was Here

Leaving a message for posterity.

Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear John's commentary.

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3:27 pm
Thu October 7, 2004

Bloodlines

Granddaughter Caroline searches for her roots.

Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear nan's commentary.]

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1:50 pm
Wed October 6, 2004

Quest for Grasshopper

Andy was preparing a presentation for a class of fourth graders in the heart of Pender County. And he needed a big grasshopper to help him do it.

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1:06 pm
Tue October 5, 2004

Hook

A little imagination comes in handy when your stuck in traffic.

Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear David's commentary.]

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4:04 pm
Thu September 30, 2004

Streets of Charlotte

Much can change in a decade.

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11:39 am
Wed September 29, 2004

Log Turning

There is a right and a wrong way to go peeking under logs.

Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Andy's commentary.

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10:03 am
Tue September 28, 2004

The Big Chill

There's something interesting in Barbara's refrigerator. But this treat won't be ready until next spring.

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2:11 pm
Mon September 27, 2004

Jan and Bob Davidson

A true success story...

Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear John's commentary.

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4:31 pm
Thu September 23, 2004

Happy Days Redux

Deja Vu, the complexities of time, and "The Way We Were".

Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Nan's commentary.]

Time is a trickster. Sometimes it stretches endlessly?defying logic and your own internal timepiece. Think of the minutes at the doctors in that tiny waiting room after you have left the convivial crowd in the outer waiting room. A small forever.

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Local Interest
11:37 am
Thu September 23, 2004

Hugo Neu: Trash Heap or Treasure?

Navassa, NC – Just a few miles west of Wilmington along the Brunswick River lies the town of Navassa. Named after a Caribbean island mined for its bird guano, Navassa began importing and processing it into fertilizer in the late 19th Century. By the 1950s, Navassa employed nearly 4000 workers in five fertilizer factories. But by the early 1980s, the factories and the jobs were gone. All that's left now are hundreds of acres of contaminated land. With high unemployment and a poorly-educated population, the town is struggling.

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