Living

  • N.C.'s Camp Lejeune has a place in the history of war dogs
    World War II was almost over.
  • Marathon craze comes to Fayetteville
    The marathon craze hits Fayetteville - meet runners from the All American Marathon, Great Glow Run, Color Run and Run 13.1.
  • West Point first captain to pastor
    Pastor John Cook insists that he never saw it coming. "It's just not something I sought, to be honest."
  • A complete turnaround
    "This course saved my life." With a brave smile, Sgt. Mark Green gazed across the empty classroom. "It's shown me I'm not alone, that there's hope. And that will stay with me for the rest of my life."
  • Moore County recruits military families
    Moore County wants more military. And it isn't shy about it.
  • Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance rolls onto Fort Bragg again
    The iconic greens at Pinehurst will once again roar to life with the arrival of the 2014 Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance, which will feature 119 historic automobiles and motorcycles from around the world.
  • The perfect steeplechase hat
    At Carolina Horse Park on steeplechase day, hats are almost as important as the race itself. The bigger, the bolder, the better.
  • Soldier of Fortune creator speaks out
    Retired Lt. Col. Robert Brown recalls the years after he founded the controversial Soldier of Fortune Magazine in his new memoir.
  • Profile: Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho
    Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho's career has broken ground for female soldiers. But Horoho is a role model for more than just women, based on her response to two different tragedies.
  • Robin Greene
    This issue of Elite magazine is devoted to the creative work of the Veterans Writing Collective, a Methodist University-based group that comes together once a month to discuss members' writing and offer constructive criticism.
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