Tomorrow the full moon will be the closest it has been to Earth since 1948 and it won’t be this close again until 2034. The moon will appear 15 percent bigger and 16 percent brighter than the average full moon. Sunday right at sunset was the recommended viewing time in North Carolina, but if you missed seeing it try again Monday after sunset. Clouds are in the forecast for Monday morning when the moon will be at its closest but are expected to clear off by the end of the day.
Grapes were one of the very first crops planted by Europeans in North Carolina and the New World. By the dawn of the 20th century, North Carolina was the leading wine-producing region in the nation. […]
Standing in the entryway of her home, Kate Ward looked down at the six-foot runner on the floor with its array of colorsreds, greens, and whiteswoven into an exquisite pattern and thought to herself, “This […]