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2014/04/20 04:56
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Robert Ruark (1915-1965) Born in Wilmington, Ruark spent much of his time in Southport, hunting and fishing with his grandfather. One of the nation's top syndicated columnists, he became a...
2014/04/20 04:56
2014/04/20 04:56
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2014/04/19 13:51
2014/04/19 13:51
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Editor's note: This week's Page Turner reader interview is with Don Appiarius, dean of students at the University of Saint Francis. “I am an avid reader. I read professional journals and articles, of...
2014/04/14 09:08
2014/04/14 09:08
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In 1940 a book was published from the writings of the late Thomas Wolfe. Entitled "You Can't Go Home Again," the novel is about a fledgling author who writes a book that makes many references to his...
2014/04/10 13:49
2014/04/10 13:49
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From the paper: “I remember you well at the Chelsea Hotel” The bohos, bad behaviour and bed bugs inside New York’s artistic hangout Thu, Apr 10, 2014, 14:03 You’ll find my piece on Sherill Tippins’...
2014/04/07 05:06
2014/04/07 05:06
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CALHOUN, GA. — To Mignon Ballard, a conversation without a story or two must seem as bland as a piece of boiled chicken. A career author of mystery novels steeped in Southern swelter, Ballard has a...
2014/04/04 04:58
2014/04/04 04:58
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Baseball nicknames � they don�t make �em like they used to. Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis is nicknamed �Kip.� Where�s the imagination in that? But in the days before television, when...
2014/04/04 03:43
2014/04/04 03:43
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ATLANTA — Author Thomas Wolfe just might have been right. Maybe you can’t go home again. At least former South Gwinnett sensation Lou Williams has to be wondering. The guard had his first season...
2014/04/03 08:24
2014/04/03 08:24
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Boyhood Island (My Struggle: 3) Karl Ove Knausgaard, translated by Don Bartlett Harvill Secker, 490pp, £17.99 Some time in the late 1890s, Kate Perugini, the daughter of Charles Dickens, told George...
2014/04/03 06:03
2014/04/03 06:03
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Forget about Thomas Wolfe. You can go home again. At least that was the case for a packed house on Wednesday at the Sapphire Supper Club anniversary show at The Social. Transported by nearly five...
2014/03/31 05:34
2014/03/31 05:34
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Salisbury Post Mack Williams: Recollections inspired by pastry The other day, I noticed something of Rowan County in the snack section of a local convenience mart here in Danville. Thomas Wolfe...
2014/03/30 06:37
2014/03/30 06:37
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... The Thomas Wolfe angel is in Oakdale Cemetery. Each time I view the angel, I think of Wolfe's prophetic words: “So then, to every man his chance — to every man, regardless of his birth — his golden...
2014/03/26 14:49
2014/03/26 14:49
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DOWNTOWN The vibrant, compact town center, filled with boutiques, galleries, cafes and cultural attractions, is walkable and perfect for sightseeing. Especially in warm weather, downtown sidewalks...
2014/03/26 14:37
2014/03/26 14:37
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The Playmakers collection of original plays is being shown in Wilson Library. Recordings, original documents, and artifacts are on display to represent the group's fifty-six year history. Photo by...
2014/03/22 05:15
2014/03/22 05:15
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Murder as a Fine Art. David Morrell. 2013. Thomas De Quincey, infamous for his memoir Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, is the major suspect in a series of ferocious mass murders identical to...
2014/03/20 21:56
2014/03/20 21:56
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The amount, offered by Commissioner Thomas Wolfe, is an increase from the $140,000 in operating funds the transit group received from the county this fiscal year. "It's huge," said Albert Eby, Wave's...
2014/03/20 15:56
2014/03/20 15:56
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DOWNTOWN The vibrant, compact town center, filled with boutiques, galleries, cafes and cultural attractions, is walkable and perfect for sightseeing. Especially in warm weather, downtown sidewalks...
2014/04/20 04:56
2014/04/20 04:56
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