Downsizing doesn’t necessarily quell the desire to grow your own food. Farming in the city just requires a fresh approach.
Finding Juan Pardo
An archaeologist from Warren Wilson College is digging up a 16th-century Spanish fort on a site near Burke County’s Morganton. But why did everyone disappear after 1568?
Visions of Beauty
One of the state’s preeminent garden designers, Greensboro’s Chip Callaway lays out luxurious beds of leafiness throughout the East Coast.
Follow the Sound: African American Music Trail
Musical treasures dating back to segregation are there to be discovered in the far-reaching corners of eastern North Carolina. The newly conceived African American Music Trail will help you remember them.
Drive Along the Beach Road
For 148 miles, N.C. Highway 12 courses through the Outer Banks, taking travelers to a variety of vistas and experiences.
Ready to Ride
Bikes line up for fun and a good cause with the Scoot-n-Hoot Poker Run in Iredell County.
Riding with Jonathan
For years, Nat Walker of Greensboro has been hitting the open road with his son, Jonathan, taking car trips that have nothing to do with destination and everything to do with finding a way to connect with his son.
Two Easels, One Vocation: Originals Only in West Jefferson
Painting is a way of life for Lenore De Pree and Joan Bell, owners of Originals Only in West Jefferson.
Claxton Johnson is Siler City’s Burgermaster
They’re not fancy or complicated, but for 64 years the cheeseburgers at Johnson’s Drive-In have attracted a following of diners devoted to the mouthwatering creations coming off of Claxton Johnson’s griddle.