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It seems more and more communities are coming up with ghost stories to help attract visitors. Ocracoke resident Amy Howard has no need to make up stories–she is part of a legendary tale that goes back 300 years to the time of Blackbeard and the very settling of Ocracoke Island.

The Well Yoga Co-Op, at milepost 5.5 in Kill Devil Hills, was conceived by Laura Martier, and spearheaded by seven Outer Banks residents who saw a need to set up a structure that was inherently different from the typical yoga studio model — for participants and instructors alike.

Payton Joseph Cavallo parlayed a fascination with fantasy and mystery, a love of storytelling, and self-discipline into the first of what he hopes are many books.

Five years ago, we were sailing home from St. Petersburg, Florida, and stopped in Venice for the night. A brand new 50’ sailboat was in the slip next to us, and I commented to the proud owner about the awesome shine of his teak bright work. He said, “It’s not teak, its faux teak. It is a pro…

Kill Devil Hills resident Kathi Neal doesn't just do fitness, she lives fitness. With nearly 20 years in the fitness industry, she is a certified personal trainer and certified group exercise instructor with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the Aerobics and Fitness Associat…

If you head to the Outer Banks through Currituck County, you’re likely to spot a thrift store in Barco that deserves a stop: Brother's Keeper.

Hay Point Live Culture Foods went into business in the winter of 2018, but Owen Sullivan's passion for fermented foods started years ago, in his college apartment kitchen. He was an art school student at East Carolina University by day, but at home found a love for another kind of art — the …