An eclectic collection of buildings in Edenton invites you to forget technology and engage in great conversation, the old-fashioned way.
A love for the land that has belonged to his family for generations brought Dan Smith back to Wagram, where he and his wife make sweet muscadine wine.
Bluegrass and country music played prominent roles in this Foothills city’s past. Now, thanks to two legendary native sons, the signature sounds are taking center stage in its future.
Rocky Mount’s shuttered textile mill is once again open for business — only this time for suds, not duds. Can craft brewing power this river town?
Let the artistic spirit of this Ashe County town draw you in and wrap you up.
Jamie and Sara Jane Davis are young now, but they plan to grow old working their land in the North Carolina foothills.
After the death of her husband, Frances Huber reinvented their farm, and her life.
High in Ashe County, Ron and Suzanne Joyner are bringing back hundreds of varieties of forgotten fruit.
Here, scrap metal becomes fanciful whirligigs, and tobacco leaves — once the foundation of this eastern North Carolina city — become functional artwork.