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Our Montford Point Marines series, honoring the legacy of the first African-Americans in the Marine Corps, continues with recollections from 88-year-old Allen Williams. Mr. Williams left Connecticut to enlist in the Marine Corp in 1948. He was 18-years-old when he arrived at Camp Montford Point for basic training. The complete interview with Mr. Wi…
 
Over 70 local commercial watermen were involved in a project to help remove fishing gear from North Carolina coastal waters. A fleet of boats collected more than 4-thousand two hundred crab pots during the one and a half week project. Jared Brumbaugh has more.על ידי Jared Brumbaugh
 
Dancing, singing, and drumming. Jonkonnu is a long celebrated African American tradition. It’s roots can be traced back to the 1800’s in Jamaica and to the people of West Africa. This cultural practice is being preserved and taught this summer at Tryon Palace with free workshops every Tuesday, now through Aug. 5th. The workshops culminate with a pu…
 
On the monthly "Carolina Skies" segment, we talk about what you can spot in eastern North Carolina's night sky, from constellations and planets to nebulas and galaxies. Our host is Byron Mumaw, President of the Carolina Skies Astronomy Club. This week, we focus on the fourth planet from the sun, Mars.…
 
On the monthly "Carolina Skies" segment, we talk about what you can spot in eastern North Carolina's night sky, from constellations and planets to nebulas and galaxies. Our host is Byron Mumaw, President of the Carolina Skies Astronomy Club. This week, we focus on the constellation Leo.על ידי Jared Brumbaugh
 
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