When four local businessmen sought to save their town, locals took the challenge to heart, creating a place where innovation thrives.
The Book Club at Duck’s Cottage
Sip coffee and browse best-sellers in a cozy former hunting cottage on the Outer Banks.
Spend just one day in the heart of this historic town and you’ll understand how, for more than three centuries, it’s been able to preserve its charm.
Melting Pot: Matzo Ball Soup in Lumberton
Matzo ball soup is a traditional dish served during Passover Seder and Rosh Hashana, but it also makes a great everyday meal.
Melting Pot: Eastern Carolina Fish Stew at Pleasant Hill Christian Church
A Neuse River tradition has slowly crept into cast-iron cauldrons across eastern North Carolina.
Pilgrimage to Portsmouth
An old church bell rings, and an abandoned barrier island springs back to life. For those who make the biennial journey to this once-bustling shipping and fishing village, there's comfort in the ritual of remembering.
6 Ways to Explore Currituck County During the Off-Season
Pack an extra layer and head northeast to spend time in the coastal communities you love — without the crowds.
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.
Jason Brown’s Journey From Football to Farming
One of the highest-paid centers in the NFL walked away from football at the peak of his career. His new life on a farm in Louisburg, just 30 minutes from where he grew up, was much harder, and happier, than he ever thought possible.