For two decades, diners have found a warm welcome at Ashten’s Restaurant & Pub.
One town is the state’s highest and the other is among its lowest, but more than elevation sets these communities apart.
If there’s one thing oysters like, it’s hanging out with, near, and on top of other oysters. So to make them comfy, volunteers are gathering up used shells and recycling them into new beds for bivalves.
At The Packhouse, Deedee Hagner brings eastern North Carolina authenticity, and fantastic food, to the Piedmont.
At two mountain landmarks, experience the wonders of wind and water.
At Lowe Vintage Instrument Company, a father-and-son duo treasure the gift of music.
Poised to become a world stage for equestrian sports, this Foothills town of rolling pastures and woodlands is home to some 1,600 residents — and one horse for every 2½ people.
On this aerial adventure in Guilford County, channel your spirit animal — and test your courage — among the trees.
For two famous writers, North Carolina was their home and inspiration.