Why are vintage gas stations the hot new destination for two-handed burgers, fancy grilled cheeses, and local pints? Think: location, location, location.
In the 1960s, the Belk department store windows in Thomasville were a Christmas wonderland. Today, a real-life Geppetto brings the wonder of festive shop windows back to life.
Like your grandmother’s narrative needlework, the growing patchwork of creative designs on rural outbuildings across the state tells a larger story.
A Wilkes County native returned to her hometown with a vision that was new for the area. Now, her restaurant harvests inspiration from local farms and gardens.
More than 60 years ago in Davie County, hamburger met pimento cheese. The rest is history.
Charles Quarles has been collecting Piedmont Airlines memorabilia since he was a child and is always on the lookout for a rare find.
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.