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Today's Features

  •  By Cheryle Jones Syracuse

    What is it with avocados? People basically use the same logic to decide if they are going to eat them. They are high in fat and calories, but it’s good fat. What about you? Do you shun or crave avocados?

  •  By Fran Salone-Pelletier

    When I read an article written by Richard M. Gula, director of personnel for the U.S. Province of the Sulpicians, I was taken aback. First, its title, “A Liberating Mission,” struck me. What might he be referencing? Whose mission would it be and how would it be a liberating one? The next sentences really set me on my pins. “We don’t call Jesus ‘the liberator’ for nothing. His liberating presence ... was a sign that God is at work in the world.”

  •  If you’re looking for some great recipes that will also let you practice healthy cooking, you really can’t go wrong with many Asian food recipes. They really aren’t difficult to cook and most of them are extremely healthy.

    There are so many different types of Asian food recipes, you’ll never get bored with any of them. The ingredients are all basically the same: lots of vegetables, meats and rice. The spices are basically where they differ.

  •  William and Laura Sullivan of Supply are the proud parents of a son, William Parker Sullivan, born at 11:33 p.m. Nov. 13, 2014, at Betty H. Cameron Women’s and Children’s Hospital, on the campus of New Hanover Regional Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 13-1/2 ounces and measured 20-1/2 inches in length.

    He joins a brother, William Cooper Sullivan, 9.

    Maternal grandparents are Ernie and Barbara Galloway of Varnamtown.

    Paternal grandparents are Curtis and Mary Sullivan of Winnabow.

  •  Cheryle Jones Syracuse

     

    The older I get, the more Mom was right. If your mom was like mine, she always had you wash your hands before eating. I wish more people would remember what their moms said.

  •  By Fran Salone-Pelletier

     

     

    It was Valentine’s Day, just a month ago. Hubby Dear and I were home enjoying a warmth neither thermostat nor outdoor thermometer could offer. It was our weekend conversation time. We were recounting the week’s events with a renewal of wonder that we were alive and kicking despite the aches and pains of aging. Our stories bore a repeated gratitude for all we have been given and received across the years.

  •  Roasted corned beef will remind you a little bit of pastrami

    With an Irish background, I remember eating many traditional Irish dishes, especially corned beef and cabbage, which we always had on St. Patrick’s Day. But we liked it so much, we ate it quite often throughout the year.

  •  Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Christina Marie Consalvo and Justin Alford Fulford, both of Bolivia. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gene and Linda Consalvo of Pinehurst. The prospective groom is the son of Al and Teresa Fulford of Supply. An April 11 wedding is planned during a private ceremony on Holden Beach.

  •  On March 2, family and friends gathered at Capt. Nance’s Seafood Restaurant in Calabash to celebrate the 100th birthday of Essie Daniels Hill. Nieces and nephews came from New Jersey, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and the Carolinas to show their love and appreciation on her special day.

  • Award-winning artist Marie Kasper of Calabash will conduct a watercolor workshop, “Shells in the Sand,” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 21, at Brunswick Senior Resources Inc., 3620 Express Drive in Shallotte.

    The cost is $30 for members and $35 for non-members of the Waterway Art Association.