The bridge between Lake Lure and Chimney Rock was closed to traffic in 2011. That’s when it really started bringing people together.
Our storied pines are more than just pretty to look at: Historically, they produced the tar, pitch, and turpentine that made our state a key supplier of naval stores.
Many wood-carvers steer clear of our state tree as a medium, but Tom Wolfe has always seen faces in the pine.
A Creston resident reads the world around him — rather than charts and graphs — to forecast the winter.
Our hands are greater than the sum of their parts, but as it turns out, the individual parts of our hands all have pretty interesting stories, too.
Hungry? Follow the crowd to this can’t-miss burger joint in Lumberton.