A lifelong dream brought Dave Nelson to Sunset Beach, where his charming bed and breakfast offers a home and a family for visitors to the island.
For the owners of this Wilkes County winery, no distance is too great to deliver fine North Carolina wine.
Duplin County’s giant frying pan has served up fried chicken for the masses for more than 50 years.
In the heart of the American Tobacco Campus, an emblem of a bygone era signals new life in downtown Durham.
In Monroe, Treehouse Vineyards offers a selection of sips, and a special place to enjoy them — several cozy cabins, high in the trees.
The last train left the station in 1986, but this former Confederate headquarters was the first stop in Burgaw’s revitalization.
During the spookiest month of the year, these four new mysteries with North Carolina ties will give you chills that have nothing to do with dropping temperatures.
When trail meets river, don’t be afraid to take a walk on the wet side. Skip the bridge, and walk right through the Davidson River — just remember your water shoes.
Your next great read is waiting in the stacks at a used book sale in Burlington.