Beautiful etchings emerge as artist Rebekah Joy Brown transforms eggshells into art in her Franklin studio.
Tarboro Tradition: Coolmore Plantation
Coolmore Plantation is both a mansion and a museum. But to Joe Spiers, who lives here with his wife, Janet, it is both a connection to his family’s history and a structure that symbolizes his own endurance and strength.
The Story of the Greensboro Four and the Sit-In Movement
When four young men took their seats at a lunch counter more than 60 years ago, they had no intentions of leaving and no idea what would happen. Such a simple act, denied them for so long, reignited the civil rights movement throughout the South. Today, the lunch counter and the seats are preserved at the same South Elm Street location in Greensboro as part of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, giving all of us the chance to experience North Carolina’s place in the movement toward equality.
The Great American Photographer: Matthew Lewis
In the 1960s and '70s, Pulitzer Prize winner Matthew Lewis watched one of our nation's defining eras through his camera lens.
Breakfast in North Carolina: Smith Street Diner
This no-nonsense diner in Greensboro provides fresh cooked breakfast fare every morning.
Meet Bus Hubbard, The Tree Surgeon at UNC Chapel Hill
For more than 50 years, Bus Hubbard has helped shape the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, branch by branch.