For the sake of the story. For the love of the South.
One of Eric Johnson’s many hats involves one where his love of homebrewed hops is an asset.
He’s a crabber. He used to be a diver, a welder, a pawnbroker, and the guy who ran the wrecker service. Gene Hope is the very model of coastal Southern self-sufficiency.
The two-day conference, which focused on what social justice looks like in the South, included a component that centered around making education more just, equitable and culturally relevant for everyone.
The festival the late Doc Watson began 31 years ago to honor his son has put tiny Wilkesboro, North Carolina, on the international stage.
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