A Nash County couple traveled across North Carolina with Our State in hand. Now, she continues their adventures with his memory in her heart.
John Hall’s ancestors played an integral role in the development of Catawba County. He carries on their legacy with a sense of humble pride.
North Carolina’s Forgotten Forest
Is it possible to lose track of 50,000 trees? Within the sprawling expanse of Pisgah National Forest, an army of red spruces hid in plain sight for more than 70 years.
This man has made a career in the media industry, but transmitting his love of North Carolina to everyone is his true life’s work.
For one former music teacher, promoting equality isn’t always accomplished in big gestures, but often in small, yet remarkable, everyday acts.
A self-proclaimed minimalist with an eye for the nostalgic sifts through estates filled with thousands of belongings to find the treasures hidden within.
The Mount Airy Mentor
After retirement, a teacher continued doing what she loved: opening doors to new possibilities through the written word.
Carol of the Belks
Born in Monroe in 1888, a home-grown department store became, for generations of North Carolinians, the gold standard of Christmas shopping.
On Cardinals & Angels
For one artist in Kernersville, the bird that visits yards and gardens throughout the state, across every season, was a symbol of hope, comfort, and love.