Members of a Durham quilting circle know that preserving the act of quilting is as important as preserving the quilts themselves.
A space that once housed Imperial Tobacco Company has transformed into a cultural center while still keeping many of its beautiful, original features.
Spreads go head-to-head. Or bread-to-bread.
Since before the Civil War, a historically African-American community has made its home at the edge of downtown Boone. It continues to this day: quiet, yet present, and persevering against the odds.
Today’s quilts — and their creators — look a little different from what you might expect.
During the Depression, nothing was wasted. Not even a family’s well-worn overalls.
Brenda Sutton puts her energy into running Fogwood Farm with her husband, Rex Inman, in an effort to reduce food waste and encourage others to buy local.
An unmarked door leads to Carrboro’s modern version of a speakeasy at Peccadillo.
A little bit old, a little bit new, the Saxapahaw General Store has something for everyone.