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Today's Features

  • Cabbage is one of our oldest vegetables, but it continues to be a dietary staple for many of us and is one of the least expensive veggies to buy. Rich in vitamin C and fiber, it’s easy to grow, tolerates the cold and keeps well. Just place the whole head of cabbage in a plastic bag and store in the refrigerator until ready to use.

  • International guitar duo Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb share a unique musical chemistry and stage presence seldom found among musicians.

    Next Thursday night, Feb. 23, the talented twosome known as Loren and Mark are sharing their diverse repertoire of original and arranged music on the stage of Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College in Bolivia.

    Get set for their stunning brand of guitar instrumentals and vocal duets, which have brought them wide appeal and strong audience connection.

  • Chamberfolk: Three classically trained musicians, aka Harpeth Rising, playing original music as intricately arranged as a string quartet, lyrically rooted in the singer/songwriter tradition, and wrapped in three-part vocal harmonies reminiscent of both Appalachia and Medieval Europe.

    Building from the tonal depth of the cello (or is it a bass?), layer in shimmering sounds of a violin and the strikingly natural addition of banjo to create a sound at once familiar and impossible to categorize.

  • Come catch Greenlands Farm’s first class of 2017 and enjoy learning the craft of making a great cupcake from Heather, the farm’s master baker who has been craft baking since 1972.

    The Craft of Baking & Wine unfolds from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the family farm at 668 Midway Road in Bolivia.

  • H.E.A.R.O (Helping Everyone Achieve Realistic Outcome) is a community outreach organization created to meet the growing demands of health care. Its primary focus is to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors and improve an individual’s overall wellbeing. They will provide advice and link individuals with necessary services to improve and promote healthy lifestyle changes.

  • Keep Brunswick County Beautiful received the Keep America Beautiful President’s Circle Award during the Keep America Beautiful 2017 National Conference, which took place in Washington, D.C. The President’s Circle Award recognizes exemplary performance by certified affiliates of the national nonprofit in creating clean, green and beautiful communities.

  •  The shortest month of the year with Valentine’s Day in its middle should be a great time for romance. If your relationship is still in that stage, enjoy. For those who have been together long enough that leather and lace has given way to coffee makers and car tires, you might get some extra points by taking care of some late-winter garden chores like pruning and controlling weeds.

  •  There’s a new baby in your house and you’re thinking of making your own baby food. Not only can this be a nutritious alternative to store-bought baby food, it can be a real money saver.

    First off, don’t rush adding solid food to baby’s diet. By age of 4 months to 6 months, most babies’ energy needs increase, making this the ideal time to introduce solid foods. Until this age, they usually don’t have enough control over their tongues and mouth muscles to eat solid foods.

  •  Itchy dogs pose one of the most frustrating clinical challenges for veterinarians and worrisome conditions for pet parents. Seasonal allergies, or atopic dermatitis, affect an estimated 10 percent of all dogs. While the exact cause is unknown, genetics are thought to play a major role in determining if your dog suffers from recurrent itching and scratching. A novel, non-pharmaceutical pruritus treatment has been approved in the U.S., promising to relieve itching in millions of dogs.

  •  Sam and Hannah Frink of Smithfield, Va., are the parents of a son, Samuel Mason Frink, born at 5:15 p.m. Dec. 14, 2016, at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, Va., weighing 7 pounds, 3.5 ounces and measuring 19.68 inches in length.

     

    Maternal grandparents are Joe and Susan Aldrich of Charlotte. Paternal grandparents are Fletcher and Kelley Frink of Sunset Beach.

    Great-grandparents are Peggy Miller and Janet (Corky) Dancy and great-great grandfather is Douglas Aldrich.