A coffee shop on the water provided the perfect opportunity for a pair of Outer Banks newcomers to craft a community.
Each fall, a farm field in Columbus County turns into one of the state’s largest corn mazes. Getting lost has never been so fun.
Mildred the Bear loved Fig Newtons, orange soda, and long walks with her best friend Hugh Morton.
In Henderson County, a treasured family tradition begins with an empty basket, a stroll among the apple trees — and a doughnut.
These two lake legends are almost too far-fetched to be true — almost.
At a men’s clothing store in the heart of uptown, classic designs never go out of fashion.
What began as a would-be surfer’s dream more than a century ago has become a reality for wave riders up and down the North Carolina coast. It’s a history written on the water by generations of surfers with a shared passion.
More than a century ago, Wrightsville Beach became the first successful community to bring surfing, a popular West Coast sport, to the East Coast.
Highlander Academy’s beloved caretaker tends more than just buildings and gardens. Now, the community he’s been part of for 50 years is giving back.