Take a walk through Hillsborough history on one of NASCAR’s original dirt racetracks, where racing legends including Richard Petty and Junior Johnson competed in front of thousands.
Where to find the city’s best breads, pies, and doughnuts.
For two young brothers who got their start tapping rhythms on household items, music comes naturally.
At two beloved Triangle landmarks — Bynum General Store and the Carolina Inn — the music plays on.
You might wait 45 minutes for a B.L.T. at Merritt’s Store and Grill in Chapel Hill. But trust us, this bite is worth it.
Nearly every U.S. astronaut until 1975 — yes, including Neil, Buzz, John, and Alan — trained at Morehead Planetarium. That’s where they learned to navigate outer space.
For decades in a backyard in Chapel Hill, there was a post-Thanksgiving meal tradition: football. A game in which family became foes, and touch became tackle. One writer remembers it as the stuff of legend.
Keith Allen’s old-fashioned, hands-on method earned him a place in North Carolina’s barbecue canon.
More than a song and more than a state of mind, James Taylor’s classic speaks to where we’ve been, where we are, and where we always want to be.