No scientific or societal advancement has severed the mom-food link ordained, it seems, by Mother Nature.
The Rooster's Wife brings 12 more shows this season to the listening room of Poplar Knight Spot, 114 Knight St., in downtown Aberdeen.
Every one of my cooking skills I owe to my mother. That's because she shrank from the task. Shrank, as in backing away from the stove, averting her eyes and, finally, sprinting to the nearest cafeteria.
The board of directors of the Moore County Community Foundation will be accepting grant requests for community projects funded from its community fund through May 14.
BY TOM GILLESPIE
The Rooster's Wife opens its seventh summer season Sunday, May 5, in the listening room of Poplar Knight Spot, 114 Knight St., in downtown Aberdeen.
BY LINDA QUEREC
I stood nervously in a fitness room, awaiting instruction from the impossibly slender woman -teaching the exercise class I had decided to take.
Somewhere, over the rainbow, in Pinehurst, stands a white church with a New England steeple, sky-lit sanctuary and contemporary tenets.
Everybody assumes I'm Irish. I have the red hair, fair skin and freckles to support that notion, and courtesy of my husband, I have an Irish surname straight from County Cork.
BY SHERRY WHITE
Music was everywhere during the Civil War. It served as a powerful and meaningful influence during the nation's crisis.
Autism is all around us. Nationally, one in 80 children is “on the spectrum.” North Carolina’s incidence is higher, one in 70, according to the Autism Society of North Carolina. Numbers rise every year.
Thanks to the warm weather, I've moved my office. I left the Carolina room, where three walls are windows and I looked out into the world pretending to be, with my desk plunked down in the center of the room, queen of all I surveyed. I even had the royal footmen to prove my status: two dogs at my feet, ready to guard me from ferocious squirrels threatening the castle's peace.