Author: Kip Tabb

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Hemp: Poised for a North Carolina Comeback

If Bertie County farmer Fen Rascoe has his way, hemp will once again be planted in North Carolina. It’s still early in the process, but he’s optimistic – and for good reason. At one...

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Bringing Monsters to Life

Filled with whimsy and humor, Carol Willett’s art is a reflection of her off-kilter view of the world that is diametrically opposed to her life in government. Beginning her professional career as an intelligence...

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From Scrap to Art

Dave Melson pops open a plain looking toolbox and brings out some knives. They’re not like any store bought knives. Beautifully balanced and light in weight, each handle is different and in its own...

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February Events Chase Winter Blues

Forget the rumors about the sidewalks rolling up at night during an Outer Banks winter—there’s something for every entertainment taste this month, and a lot of it. The Dare County Arts Council (DCAC) has...

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From Forest to Beach

The Outer Banks is moving. For at least 4,000 years it has been steadily creeping closer to the continental United States. When the wind howls from the northeast, standing in an unprotected spot near...

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The Thrill of History

  We walk upon history—literally. Hidden beneath the soil is a remarkable tale that extends back in time 5000, 10,000 and perhaps even 15,000 years ago. Before the first European explorer set foot on...

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2016: The Outer Banks Year in Review

We’re more than a week into the year 2017, which gives us a little time to think back over 2016—including what has been accomplished, plus moments of joy, surprise and a few times of...

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OBX Snow Day for the Corolla Wild Horses

The first flakes of snow don’t appear until three or four miles north of Duck. Before those earliest floating white pieces of frozen water, the drive north from Kitty Hawk is a dreary ride...