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Archive for December 7th, 2012

Seen on the sea, no sign; no sign, no sign In the black firs and terraces of hills Ragged in mist. The cone narrows, snow Glares from the bleak walls of a crater. No. Again the houses jerk like paper, turn, And the surf streams by: a port of toys Is starred with its fires […]

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Looking for some new recipes this holiday season.  Maybe one of this will become a new tradition. “Holiday Cookies” from Historic Moores Creek Cook Book: A Collection of Old and New Recipes. “Holiday Sausage Stuffing” from Cooking with Berries. “Cecil’s Holiday Punch” fom A Taste of the Old and the New.  Note: “Sip slowly!” “Leone’s […]

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On this day in 1993: Four protesters, including longtime peace activist Philip Berrigan, slip onto Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro and symbolically attack an F-15E Strike Eagle jet with hammers and bottles of blood. Arrested some 100 times, the 70-year-old Berrigan has spent a total of six years in jail. He and the […]

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