NBC will broadcast segments of their morning show “Today” from downtown to showcase the International Bluegrass Music Association festival happening here this week, as well as North Carolina food and culture.
Q: Upon celebrating a 50th wedding anniversary a couple may exclaim, “God has been so good to us!” My wife died after we celebrated our 25th anniversary. Should I say that God was not as good to us, or worse that he punished us? I know that the answer lies in the biblical story of Job, but I’m having a hard time applying Job to myself. Could you please help me? – E, Little Neck, N.Y.
We love our four-legged pals to pieces, crave time with them, feel terrible when we're apart. Thank heaven (for little girl and boy animals) that a growing crop of innovators is working in the pet-tronics and pet-care space, helping to reassure us that Fifi and Fido are doing well even when we're many miles from home.
Crowds gathers to view a rare titan arum, otherwise known as a corpse flower, which bloomed at the Marye Anne Fox Teaching Greenhouses at NC State in Raleigh, N.C., Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. The titan arum is named Lupin, by Brandon Huber, who raised it and is earning his master’s degree in horticultural science and plant breeding at N.C. State.
Crowds flock to see big, stinky corpse flower at NCSU
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Kitten uses many of its nine lives to survive busy highway
Tan-Durm food truck serves Indian with a global twist