In her new cookbook-memoir, Barbara McKay shares the ups and downs of being a home chef turned TV personality in Mecklenburg County.
Books to Share in Lenoir
Tybrisa Books in Lenoir celebrates the joys and mysteries of used books. Plus, discover three book recommendations from owner Michelle Mahaffey.
The Sum of Trifles
When author Julia Ridley Smith, the daughter of long-time Greensboro antique collectors, sifts through her late parents’ collection, she uncovers the story of her family — and of herself.
Black History Month in North Carolina
Seven sites, sounds, and Black-owned businesses to explore in February.
North Carolina: Land of Water, Land of Sky
In his new travelogue, Chapel Hill author Bland Simpson tells stories of North Carolina through nature’s lens.
The Asheville Bucket List
The mountain city known for its art, music, outdoor adventures, and beer provides plenty of opportunities for fun and learning. An Asheville devotee compiled some of the best experiences in her new guidebook.
The Baddest Girl on the Planet
With the crashing waves of Hatteras Island as the backdrop, Heather Frese’s award-winning debut novel follows the story of a local girl who’s fed up with being held down.
A new anthology compiled by two North Carolina natives explores the lives, legends, and lore of the people of Appalachia.
The Last Ballad is a Voice From the Past
Wiley Cash's latest novel spins the tragic Loray textile mill strike in Gastonia into a tale that's harrowing and still timely.