Explore how people across North Carolina celebrate their Carolina moon through music, food, and community.
The Civil War: General Wild’s Raid
Brig. Gen. Edward Augustus Wild raises an army of former slaves who take aim at Southern plantations. (Volume 4, Part 6)
The Legend of Kanuga Toast
How a church summer camp gave “breaking bread” new meaning.
Hot Dog Heaven: Jones Cafe
What makes these hot dogs so sublime? The secret’s been passed down generation after generation at Jones Cafe in Clayton.
Good food springs eternal from Richard Monroe’s wood-fired barbecue pit in Salisbury.
Grandmother Nye: Memories and a Recipe
Food blogger Hope Yancey shares fond memories about her grandmother and her classic homemade salad dressing.
Start this buttermilk pie recipe off right by picking up a glass jug of whole milk from a local farm.
The Cows of Iredell County
Iredell has been our leading cow county since state agriculture records were first kept, counting more than 300 dairies by the mid-'50s. The number of farms here has diminished now to about 45, but not our appreciation for these dairy queens -- and the families who love them.
Dance Till Dawn
In Rocky Mount, June Germans were the high-society highlight of the year, transforming tobacco warehouses and bringing big bands, national press, and even a movie star to town.