A vibrant Wilmington seafood restaurant transports diners from one treasured coast to another, serving Central American dishes made with North Carolina ingredients.
From Elizabeth Hudson: How to Get to the Beach
Being on the North Carolina coast puts you in a certain state of mind. This summer, getting there might require some imagination.
Outer Banks Dining Guide, From Corolla to Hatteras
North Carolina's coast not only brims with top-notch seafood restaurants, but also comforting Italian food, award-winning martinis, stellar breakfast, and more.
How Jennette’s Pier Became the People’s Pier
Jennette’s Pier has been built up and knocked down numerous times throughout the years, yet it still stands today as a social hub for all on the Outer Banks.
10 Coastal Events Happening This Fall
From Washington to Wilmington and everywhere in between, there's no shortage of coastal festivities to enjoy this fall.
In Search of Methuselah
The oldest tree in North Carolina grows deep within Three Sisters Swamp in Bladen County.
In the Beginning: A Look Inside the Oldest Church in NC
St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Bath is North Carolina’s oldest church. For nearly three centuries, people have come to pray, to remember, and to befriend.
A Sound Country Serenade
From the boats to the bridges, the waterfronts to the wildlife, a writer finds lyricism among the streams, rivers, and sounds that connect, rather than separate, our coastal homes.
What It’s Like to Ride Out a Hurricane Off the North Carolina Coast
As Joaquin approaches, we talk to a man who made it through a Category 2 storm.