Actor Ira David Wood III cites North Carolina barbecue as the reason he didn’t burn Raleigh to the ground as he portrays Union General William Tecumseh Sherman at an event at the Governor’s Mansion on Monday commemorating the 150th anniversary of the surrender of the city.
Actor Ira David Wood III cites North Carolina barbecue as the reason he didn’t burn Raleigh to the ground as he portrays Union General William Tecumseh Sherman at an event at the Governor’s Mansion on Monday commemorating the 150th anniversary of the surrender of the city. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Actor Ira David Wood III cites North Carolina barbecue as the reason he didn’t burn Raleigh to the ground as he portrays Union General William Tecumseh Sherman at an event at the Governor’s Mansion on Monday commemorating the 150th anniversary of the surrender of the city. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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