Every week night "North Carolina Now" examines the most pressing issues of the day, talks with its most important people, visits the most interesting places in the state, and celebrates our arts & culture.Visit North Carolina Now Website
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CPCC's manufacturing program gives students hands-on training.
A tour of the Wilkes Art Gallery & a conversation with artist Ward Nicols.
Jeff Smith goes to Holly Springs to talk about the new stadium & scouting opportunities.
A look at offshore energy options along the NC coast.
The Piedmont Wildlife Center in Durham hosts a unique summer camp.
Returning from service, veterans raise endangered and heritage poultry and livestock.
US HUD Secretary Julian Castro speaks in Durham.
A photographer uses one of the first “instant” cameras to produce tintype photographs.
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US HUD Sec. Julian Castro announces a new initiative while visiting Durham.
US Atty Gen Loretta Lynch participates in a Civil Rights Roundtable discussion at NCCU.
Producer Maria Lundberg, herself a survivor, talks with other breast cancer survivors.
The NC Arboretum offers leadership & training in resilience & climate adaptation.
Improving STEM education is a top priority for North Carolina schools.
The NC Arboretum has a variety of education programs for visitors.
Sow Much Good works to bring healthy, local food to urban food deserts.
A conversation with Congresswoman Renee Ellmers.