The federal New Deal program funded the creation of thousands of murals, wood carvings, and sculptures in the 1930s and ’40s — many of which can still be found in North Carolina post offices and government buildings today.
When the folks at the North Pole need a little help, they head to North Carolina Christmas shops and craft fairs for toys, trimmings, and lots of holiday spirit.
In North Carolina, our love affair with pork is undeniable and everlasting.
When fall arrives in North Carolina, we head west for vibrant foliage, miles of mountain views, and scenic overlooks to take it all in.
Every town has a “main street” — even if it’s called something else. But each of these distinctive streets has something extra special.
When the folks from Guinness World Records come to town, North Carolinians rise to the challenge — stopwatches and measuring tapes in hand.
Some folks were born to tend the land. NC Century Farms have been in one family for more than 100 years — or even 200.
Sheltered from ocean waves, the gentle waters of our state’s sounds are the gateway to our favorite islands.
Fields of finds await savvy shoppers at North Carolina flea markets.