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“Ramps are wild onions that Native Americans have harvested for thousands of years. They’re also a staple ingredient in traditional Southern Appalachian kitchens. Over the last several years, the bold-tasting green has become wildly popular among foodies, apt to appear on the menu of a trendy restaurant or bunched at farmers’ markets. “[Forest resource specialist […]

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On this day in 1966: University of North Carolina police prevent Herbert Aptheker, historian and member of the American Communist Party, from speaking on the Chapel Hill campus. Aptheker first attempted to address students from the ledge of a campus landmark, the Confederate statue known as Silent Sam. Thwarted, he steps a few feet away, […]

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— The last word on Tar Heel Bread? — Philanthropic apples drop far from High Point tree. — Was Asheville really part of  Walt Disney‘s world? — Whistling’s “electric Dylan” moment. — Unlikely Confederates:  Sons of Chang and Eng. — One less drive-in movie, one more display lot for metal buildings and carports. — Wouldn’t  […]

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