It’s the only Mount Airy business ever mentioned during the eight-year run of The Andy Griffith Show. And it’s not only the show that endures. The celebrity-endorsed pork chop sandwich at Snappy Lunch has a storied résumé all its own.
After falling into a state of disrepair, American Tobacco Factory has been revitalized as American Tobacco Campus, a center of culture in Durham.
The Union lays waste to Fayetteville in its push through the Carolinas. (Volume 5, Part Two)
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.