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Our State: Celebrating North Carolina

Our State: Celebrating North Carolina February 2020

Through compelling narrative stories and jaw-dropping photography, Our State magazine celebrates everything that makes our state great! Each month, we reflect the beauty of North Carolina, tell the stories of its amazing people and its remarkable history, and suggest wonderful places to visit. We are unabashedly in love with the Tar Heel State, and every page is designed to be an inspiring tribute to where we live.

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Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Mann Media
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our state up▸to▸date

The Start of Something Beautiful Viewers loved this story (our first feature video!) about Davis Island: “Lovely story. I wish the island well. May there be someone with the resources and the inclination to want their own island memories.”—Julie Moore“This is a wonderful story and film! I enjoyed it immensely. Thank you for producing it and sharing it with us. I’ll look forward to this new series.” —Linda Huff Watch the video online: ourstate.com/davis-island This Is North Carolina In December, our Instagram followers flipped for this stunning scene on Main Street in Waynesville: “Waynesville is as magical as it looks! We love living here!”—Lisa Barone“My mom moved to Waynesville not too long ago. I love visiting this charming town!”—Melissa Hill Follow us: @ourstatemag…

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our state: celebrating north carolina

FOUNDED BY CARL GOERCH IN 1933 President & Publisher BERNARD MANN Associate Publisher LYNN TUTTEROW EDITORIAL editorial@ourstate.com Editor in Chief ELIZABETH HUDSON Executive Editor TODD DULANEY Features Editor LOUISE JARVIS FLYNN Senior Editor MARK KEMP Associate Editor KATIE SAINTSING Assistant Editors KATIE KING, KATIE SCHANZE Editorial Assistant CHLOE KLINGSTEDT Editorial Interns MEAGAN PUSSER, SOPHIE SHAW Design Director CLAUDIA ROYSTON Art Director JASON CHENIER Editorial Designer JEANNE KING Associate Designer HANNAH WRIGHT Art Assistant KELLY GREEN DIGITAL digital@ourstate.com Digital Manager & Strategist JEREMY MARKOVICH Producer JAMES MIECZKOWSKI Videographer DILLON DEATON Content Editor KATIE SCHANZE Web & Social Media Producer ALEXIS CASTANOS CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Sheri Castle, Philip Gerard, Jodi Helmer, Alan Hodge, Susan Stafford Kelly, Matt Lardie, Ronni Lundy, T. Edward Nickens, Drew Perry, Lori K. Tate, Jimmy Tomlin, Andrea Weigl, Lynn Wells ADVERTISING sales@ourstate.com Sales Manager JENN WHITE Operations Manager KATHERINE BONNEY Digital Sales Strategist KIMBERLY SIMPSON Account Supervisors BILL BUSCHMANN, CHRIS HILL, SARAH HINTZE, ALLISON LEONARD, LYNDA GRACE MOORE,…

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heart, shaped

If I’m treating myself, I’m going for the classic chocolate caramel bonbons from French Broad Chocolate Lounge, packaged in a little blue box, North Carolina’s version of Tiffany blue; or maybe I’m going for the triple chocolate truffle from Chocolate Fetish in Asheville, with its three layers of opulence. If I’m in Raleigh, it’s definitely the gold-tinged honey caramel bonbons from the chocolate counter at Videri Chocolate Factory or the dark chocolate sea salt bar from Escazu. My first experience with that last one came in Beaufort more than a decade ago, when one of North Carolina’s first chocolate pioneers, Hallot Parson, had just started producing small-batch candy from his little apartment above Cru Wine Bar. But on one day each year, February 14 — Valentine’s Day — I look forward…

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a space for song

1 The Don Gibson Theatre in Shelby was originally an Art Deco movie house when it opened in 1939. It now features musical performances in a variety of genres. Gibson, a Shelby native, wrote many famous songs, including which Ray Charles hit? A. “Twist and Shout” B. “I Can’t Stop Loving You” C. “Carolina on My Mind” 2 The Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities hosts jam sessions, Classical Music Sundays, and the Young Musicians Festival, among other events. This venue is located inside the 100-year-old Boyd mansion in which golf resort town? A. Pinehurst B. Southern Pines C. Carthage 3 Hundreds of young musicians attend Brevard Music Center’s annual summer music institute and festival. Before moving to Brevard in 1944, this program was located at which Mecklenburg County college, where it was founded in 1936 by…

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a fond farewell

DREW PERRY’S TALES of adventure with The Toad and The Wee will be greatly missed (“All Good Things …” December, page 30). It was one of my favorite features. Their family will surely continue to explore and enjoy life, but without us tagging along. Next thing you know, those boys will be teens, then adults with a wonderful record of their growing-up years. Thanks for sharing, Drew and Tita. Roz Ryan HENDERSONVILLE IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE WE HAVE BEEN enjoying Drew’s column about adventures with his kids for five years. It was such a pleasure to search out the beautiful stories he penned each month. We have all laughed and cried at his travels with The Toad and The Wee. What a wonderful legacy he leaves for his children. Best of luck in…

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carolina calendar

HATTERAS Hatteras Village Waterfowl Festival Since 1938, the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on Hatteras Island has been charged with protecting and conserving dozens of migratory bird species, such as the brown pelican and the great blue heron. Learn about these birds and their role in our state’s ecosystem at the Hatteras Village Civic Center. February 21-23. hatteraswaterfowlfestival.com. WESTERN LAKE JUNALUSKA The Plunge Benefit-t-tting Kids in the Creek & Environmental Education FEB 1 The Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center will host this freezing fund-raiser for Haywood Waterways’ environmental education programs in a gorgeous mountain setting. Prizes will be awarded for best costumes and top fund-raisers. (828) 476-4667, haywoodwaterways.org. ASHEVILLE Bryan Koontz Presents: “Life Along the Blue Ridge” FEB 15-APR 5 Asheville native Bryan Koontz’s take on the Blue Ridge Mountains will be reflected in his oil paintings at…