How many suits does one spry old elf need? Just ask Eva Rae Swing Clark, the custom tailor for High Point’s high-profile Santa.
The 50 rhyming, chiming bells of Duke Chapel’s grand carillon have rung out over the university for more than 80 years.
The 3,000-year-old woman who once captivated generations of Statesville children — and helped launch the city’s first cultural arts center more than a half-century ago — has returned to claim the cultural spotlight and, in the process, revitalize the downtown museum she calls home.
In a forgotten corner of Gaston County, a pastor and his wife are trying to bring a tiny community back to life.
North Carolina A&T has a marching band that’s unlike any other, and a tradition that goes back generations, often in the same family.
Almost 100 years ago, Davidson College adopted the Wildcat as its mascot. And then it started adopting real, live wildcats.
In 1960, a historic victory brought two Lenoir-Rhyne teammates together — and they haven’t stopped rooting for each other since.
Seeking the petite and sacred spaces just off our highways and byways.
In a glittery gown or camo flak jacket, a doll is a doll is a doll. (Unless it’s an action figure.)