A day of sunshine and good company beside the French Broad River is a day well spent, whether or not the trout are biting.
Arguably, choirs are the most visible aspect of a church service. For singers and listeners alike, choirs fill our hearts with a crescendo of joy.
North Carolinians know it’s not really spring until the dogwoods bloom — it’s a symbol that always seems to arrive just in time to celebrate the season.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson writes of her parents’ garden, which was uprooted — literally — when they moved from Randolph County to Greensboro.
Sometimes, discovery awaits in the most unexpected places — like a shopping-center storefront in Kernersville.
From Dixie Cups to heirloom china, Crock-Pot to pot roast: In the South, the distinction between supper and dinner dictates when, where, and what we eat.
Our senior writer/editor put more than 8,000 miles on his car on trips around North Carolina last year. Here are eight curious sights he found on the way to somewhere else.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson writes about her mother’s love of working with her hands — crocheting, embroidering, and cross-stitching memories to last a lifetime.
On Ocracoke Island, where old-timers claim kin from Blackbeard’s day, a new community is taking shape. The two cultures may not speak the same native language, but they understand that the best way to weather change is together.