Antique baby pictures used to creep out the visitors of Nan Graham's daughter, Molly.
By Nan Graham
Wilmington, NC – Fans of antique shops, Nan Graham and her daughter, Molly, picked out an oversize photograph of Kemp Battle, president of UNC in the 1880s. It was proudly hung over Molly's couch, terrorizing visitors for years.
Nan Graham is a longtime commentator for WHQR, and author of "In a Magnolia Minute." Check out her website, nangraham.com
Commentator Andy Wood discusses Earth's dwindling resources.
By Andy Wood
Wilmington, NC – Commentator Andy Wood has been watching water tables in his yard and studying a bit of history, and has pieced together a little framework to help understand how we keep coming up resource-short.
Commentator Andy Wood is education curator for Audubon North Carolina. He is also author of "Backyard Carolina," a collection of his WHQR commentaries. Visit his website at backyardcarolina.com
Commentator David Hill seeks to banish Shakespeare to the vast wasteland. "TV or not TV?" - That is the question.
By David Hill
Wilmington, NC – I have colleagues and even some friends who claim we shouldn't let television baby-sit our children. To those people I say, "Television does not baby-sit our children. It may keep them occupied for hours, too numb to wreck the house, but it won't open their Cheetos."