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Our State has always been a source of celebration and connection. And we don’t intend to turn away from that now.
Ramona came to Dean Dosher as a kind of daydream, so he built her from memory and vintage parts. Now, when he pilots her along the Lockwood Folly River, the journey is a homecoming and a discovery.
When it comes to helping the environment, these folks are making a difference — on Earth Day and every day.
If you can’t get enough chocolate, a drizzle of royal icing is a simple, easy complement to this dense, rich cake.
These flavorful, fluffy biscuits are loaded with cheesy goodness.
It’s never been easier — or more delicious — to support local.
This easy-to-make slaw is tangy, crunchy, and refreshing.
Joy, creativity, and local ingredients — plus a dash of inspiration from around the world — infuse every bright and colorful meal at this restaurant in Lincolnton.
Serve these buttery shortbread cookies with a dollop of apricot jam.
This light, fresh dish is springtime in a salad.
Sometimes, it is easy being — er, eating — green. Especially when there’s a jar of pickled asparagus in the fridge.
A buttermilk soak promises fried chicken that’s crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
What's it like to cross North Carolina on foot? Our podcast followed two groups of hikers as they tried to make their way across the state.
This rapidly growing city is attracting new fans, who are weaving together past and present in former mills and old theaters.
The highest town east of the Rockies draws some 10,000 people during the winter months — to ski, snowboard, snowshoe, sled, tube, and cap it all off with a beer in a bar in the sky.
For years, Robert Humber II lived virtually alone on his own private island off the North Carolina coast. He thought he had everything he needed. Then, he got a knock on the door.
What does it take to be calm when your brain tells you to be afraid? A tower climber explains.
This neighborhood was designed in 1890 as a picturesque “streetcar suburb.” It feels much the same now as it did back then.
Bike along a downtown river, hike to a waterfall, and go skiing — all year long! — in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
As the temperatures rise this spring, follow these six tips for a lush lawn all summer long.
With more beekeepers than any other state, North Carolina knows what it means to tend the ancient friendship between human and bee.
When the trees part and the trail slopes down to flowing waters, a hiker must decide: Try your luck and leap from rock to slippery rock — or take a deep breath and ford the stream?
Across North Carolina, folks have opened their living rooms and yards to friends and neighbors for house concerts that bring communities together through the intimacy and fellowship of song.
In Greensboro, the historic architecture of a former cotton mill has been reimagined for loft living — proving that building community never goes out of style.
As the nation mourns the loss of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., college students in Durham take action on campus.
In 1954, Billy Joe Patton, an amateur golfer from North Carolina, qualified for the sport's most storied tournament. He almost won.
A mineral springs resort in the Sauratown Mountains has seen its share of wild life — from circus animals to wealthy flappers to Episcopalian campers. Now, lionhearted locals are fighting to preserve the property.
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