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Two unique artists & a community service group put their passions into practice.
Meet several North Carolinians making a difference in their communities.
From STEM to nature, history to heritage, how science & art are at work in our state.
We find inspiration in a unique business, a spring tradition, & two special people.
We meet 2 inspiring young men & learn about 3 programs aiding communities in our state.
Makers, renovators, researchers, & conservationists are hard at work across our state.
Several NC groups & people put their passions into action creating unique projects.
Newton Grove Drug Company, Winston Cup Museum, & Grammy Award-winning Phillip Riggs.
After 19 seasons at the Met, Elvira Green shares her talent as an NCCU artist in residence
A group of women in Rutherfordton aim to insure their neighbors have safe homes.
Aerial fitness is the new exercise craze. Zahra Harvey holds classes across the state.
Veteran John Masson shares his military experience working with the Gary Sinise Foundation
Violinist Jennifer Curtis uses music to navigate her life experiences.
Record producer Bill Szymczyk has worked with some of the biggest names in music.
Students from across the state form teams to design a functioning robot for competition.
A special coffee shop run by very special people is brewing excitement in NC & beyond.
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