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Not Your Daddy’s Aquarium
There’s more to the North Carolina Aquariums than meets the public’s eye. Step behind the scenes for a glimpse at the care and feeding of thousands of aquatic animals — and the aquariums’ history and evolving mission.
Hobbs’ Reproductions Echo 18th Century
Ben Hobbs is keeping alive the nearly lost art of cabinetmaking in Perquimans County. Ann Green visits Hobbs’ shop where he teaches traditional techniques to aspiring craftsmen.
WINDS OF CHANGE BLOW THROUGH COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY
Meet some of the folks who provide the catch-of-the-day for your local seafood restaurant and market. Discover how they keep afloat in the face of challenges from nature, globalization and government regulations.
PEOPLE & PLACES:
Historic Bath Celebrates 300 Years
Take a guided tour along the tree-lined streets of this community. Ann Green shares stories from a family cemetery to an old brick church that still is used for services.
Center Focuses Legal Lens on Coastal Resources
Learn about the new collaborative center that serves as a conduit for identifying and researching coastal and ocean policy issues — and for delivering information to the public and government entities.
Summer Time and the Reading is Easy
What goes better with a vacation at the beach than a sack of good books? We offer three selections to put you in a coastal frame of mind: One fact, one fiction and one guide to natural wonders.