Sept 2022 (Jenny T.)
June 2022 (Blake J.)
Nov 2021 (Blake J.)
Oct 2021 (Joe R.)
Emily tells us about the rich history of this 27-acre site that began in 1829 and today includes historic farm buildings and grounds with livestock as well as opportunities for picnicking and for fishing in farm ponds.
Sep 2021 (Joe R.)
Earl M. Hilton III, Athletic Director of NC A&T State University in Greensboro, tells me about the challenges that collegiate athletic directors across the country face, including those created by the current pandemic.
Jul 2021 (RPP staff)
We could not make the boat trip out there, so Frying Pan Tower Keeper Richard Neal tells us all about the history of this man-made wonder that rises 135’ above the ocean and is located 32 miles off our coast.
Mar 2021 (Blake J.)
Blake Johnson of the US Army Corps of Engineers interviews Clean Jordan Lake’s founder Francis Digiano about the efforts of this nonprofit to remove trash from the Jordan Lake and prevent its recurrence.
Jul 2020 (Joe R.)
Today I visited with Doctor Natalie Hummel, director of university field labs and research stations for North
Carolina State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to learn more about this unique place.
Mar 2020 (Joe R.)
Attorney Don Marcari gained national attention when his exploits with the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps became the basis for the motion picture “A Few Good Men.” I recently sat down with Don for a candid conversation about what we should know if we have been injured as a result of an accident.
Jun 2019 (Carolyn B.)
Cliff Missen, Director of WiderNet, and a clinical associate professor at the UNC School of Information and Library Science, tells us about his mission to bring knowledge to developing countries and what is being done today.