Nathan Howey, chef at the 1897 Market, cooked some BBQ shrimp and grits while sushi cooks at First in Flight Bar whipped up some delicacies like mango tango rolls for passing travelers and visitors to Beaudevin could find Scottish salmon sandwiches. Video by John D. Simmons
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Panthers Julius Peppers: We are not that far off
Panthers Cam Newton: We squandered an opportunity against Bears
Panthers Curtis Samuel: I have to make that play
Panthers Ron Rivera: When it counted Bears got takeaways and points
Sam Jones, a part of a six-generation BBQ family, opens his own place in Winterville, N.C. He pays homage to his family's restaurant, The Skylight Inn, but brings the old traditions into a more modern setting.
Today, the Pro Football Hall of Fame received a noteworthy artifact from Carolina Panther Julius Peppers. During week 6 of the NFL season, Peppers sacked Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles for his 150th sack of his career. Peppers became the first player in NFL history to record 150 sacks and 10 interceptions in his career.
Lenny Cook is used to dealing with creepy critters. He says he worked as an exterminator in the area for years, and was called upon to do away with many different animals. Thursday afternoon might have been one of Cook’s closest calls with creatures from the wild. He said he was laying down rat poison in his garage when the incident happened. He claims he was checking dresser drawers when he came across a group of copperheads mating.
“As soon as I opened them [dresser drawers], bam, bam, bam - they start striking,” described Cook.
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera says that quarterback Cam Newton had his moments on Sunday in the team's loss to the Chicago Bears 17-3. Rivera was quick to point out that several plays were not Newton's fault. Jeff Sinerfirstname.lastname@example.org
Carolina Panthers rookie wide receiver Curtis Samuel lost control of a pitch pass from quarterback Cam Newton during first quarter action that resulted in a Chicago Bears touchdown on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017 at Soldier Field in Chicago. The play proved to be a key omen to the team's play for the rest of the game. The Panthers lost 17-3.
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera wasn't hesitant to credit the Chicago Bears on Sunday following the team's loss 17-3 at Soldier Field. Rivera says Panthers didn't make plays and looked methodical.
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera pushed the team to move the ball down the field during late first-half action on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Rivera wanted points - touchdowns - to no avail as the Panthers lost 17-3 at Soldier Field.
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera credits the Chicago Bears defense for knocking the ball away from wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin on a play that resulted in a first-quarter touchdown. Rivera pointed out how the team led in several categories but when it counted, the Bears got the takeaways and scored the points.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was fairly short on his responses following the team's 17-3 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017 at Soldier Field. Newton did respond to say that the team had squandered an opportunity.