The Green Book

Carry your Green Book with you … you may need it.” is the cautionary tagline found on the front cover of the nearly three dozen issues of Victor Hugo Green’s “The Negro Motorist Green Book” (and later “The Negro Travelers Green Book”). At a glance, this caveat could be perceived as a thinly-veiled attention grabber,... Continue Reading →

The Night Sky

On the first Wednesday of each month, an  unmistakably rare group of people can be found  meeting on the second floor of the Webb Library  in downtown Morehead City. Budgets and  minute-taking aren’t the primary focus at this  gathering, but rather the search for knowledge about outer space  – stars, the moon and the millions... Continue Reading →

Finding Atlantis

Stepping into the backyard-style oasis at The Atlantis Lodge in  Pine Knoll Shores one wouldn’t be surprised to see Poseidon  himself rise from the sea, greeting visitors as they admire his  storied domain.  But this Atlantis hasn’t much to do with the mythical city  with which it shares its name. Rather, according to Donna Hall... Continue Reading →

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