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Students at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf have the props, costumes and dance numbers ready to present their version of “The Nutcracker” Friday morning for their parents and anyone else who wants to attend. Director Melanie Christensen-Lubinsky said the students got starte ...
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Arts & Entertainment
ENCSD presents version of 'The Nutcracker'
Students at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf have the props, cost ...

'Nutcracker' has a few surprises this year
There’s a new twist to this year’s presentation of “The N ...

Yule log pretty and delicious
We have a new Christmas tradition at my house. This will be the third year ...

A cozy kitchen stocked with plenty of sugar, corn syrup, local pecans, butt ...

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