When Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Hudson climbs aboard a wooden shrimp trawler in Sneads Ferry, she gains a new appreciation for North Carolina’s fishing industry.
Green & Tender: On Fathers, Sons, and Mowing the Lawn
In North Carolina, spring brings the scent of fresh-cut grass and memories of helping Dad mow the lawn.
From Elizabeth Hudson: The Special Sauce
Nostalgic burger joints are like time machines, delivering something extra special that keeps us coming back.
From Elizabeth Hudson: A Time to Every Purpose
For our editor in chief, spring is a time of grand openings: of cookbooks and windows, garden sheds and grills.
From Elizabeth Hudson: Places of the Heart
For our editor in chief, a mother-daughter trip to Blowing Rock provides a touching reminder of the past.
March of the Salamanders
Across the state, tiny feet are on the move: North Carolina is alive with amphibian activity this time of year. On a rainy night, you just might spot a salamander scurrying toward its ancestral breeding pool.
From Elizabeth Hudson: Finding a Calling
Technology has certainly changed, but the gift of connection still provides a lifeline.
Milk and bread are all well and good, but when the ice storm cometh, it pays to overfill the larder. In Greensboro, one writer’s winter pantry is sure to be fully stocked — and then some.
From Elizabeth Hudson: Winter Outlook
Our editor in chief reflects on the North Carolina views that leave her spellbound.