Winston-Salem’s first and only Moravian star maker Julius Lineback crafted a holiday tradition.
While the staff at the state Museum of History creates a new exhibit about our childhood obsessions, North Carolinians reflect on the kids they were, the adults they’ve become, and the toys that shaped them.
As war tensions ratchet up, the Marine Corps needs a training ground on the East Coast, and the military finds what it’s looking for near Jacksonville.
North Carolina’s wartime governor takes office with a desire to help the state he loves.
For three decades, the tobacco town of Kinston was known as a hothouse for musical talent. Teachers and their students dazzled audiences with their jazz, swing, and R&B jams, giving rise to a new American sound: funk.
During World War I, children in North Carolina united in a statewide search for peach pits, walnut shells, and hickory nut shells.
Edenton, a former port town on Albemarle Sound, has been called one of America’s prettiest towns. Its rich history makes it a true North Carolina treasure.
An experiment with innovative teachers and a nontraditional curriculum yields a controversial educational experience.
In historic cemeteries across the state, North Carolinians from all walks of life lie bound by the earth to their Carolina home.