Just 13 years old, a blues prodigy from Liberty continues a long-standing musical tradition.
Allen and Barry Huffman of Hickory are saving the state’s folk artists from obscurity and finding joy in their discoveries.
It’s out of the way, 12 miles from Edenton in the rural countryside of Chowan County. But once you arrive, W.E. Nixon Welding & Hardware has whatever you need. And if not, they’ll make it for you.
Getting to Portsmouth Island from Ocracoke has never been easy, but one family has made it possible for the past 40 years. Will the next generation continue the tradition? Time will tell.
The Elon Exchange Club’s Brunswick stew recipe isn’t difficult to make — if you happen to have 180 pounds of beef, nine turkeys, and a few giant cauldrons to cook it in.
The new guard at Vanguard Furniture looks a lot like the old guard: In Hickory, a second generation of craftspeople fashion every piece by hand, just the way they were taught.
North Carolina A&T has a marching band that’s unlike any other, and a tradition that goes back generations, often in the same family.
Brush up on your trivia about North Carolina’s NCAA football teams, and dazzle your fellow tailgaters with your knowledge.
There’s more to this church feast tradition than just bringing a covered dish and overindulging.