When it was too cold to sit on the front porch or walk to the neighbors’, a chair just big enough for 6-year-old Elizabeth and her grandmother became her favorite spot to while away a winter’s day.
From Elizabeth Hudson: Heart, Shaped
Our editor in chief carries on a sweet Valentine’s Day tradition started by her father.
From Elizabeth Hudson: A View From the Table
Our editor in chief reflects on how Thanksgiving dinner has changed over the years.
From Elizabeth Hudson: The Bigger Picture
Our editor in chief marvels at the awe-inspiring landscape of Linville Gorge as she climbs Shortoff Mountain.
From Elizabeth Hudson: Life Before Air-Conditioning
Our editor in chief reflects on porch sittin’ and icy sweet tea drinkin’ in the sweltering heat of summer.
From Elizabeth Hudson: Star Attraction
A little town in the center of North Carolina reminds our editor in chief that what makes a place memorable is the soul and the heart you find inside.
From Elizabeth Hudson: A Love Letter to Teachers
Teachers don't simply educate out of duty. Teachers educate out of love.
December 2018 Welcome Letter: Season of Light
When Hurricane Michael plunged Greensboro — and our editor in chief’s home — into darkness, Christmas candles and beloved family memories were shining bright.
November 2018 Welcome Letter: On the Next Day
As Hurricane Florence crept closer, we worried and we waited. But what happened after this destructive storm devastated our state? Our editor in chief reflects on the strength found in community.