Four North Carolina poets reflect on our Southern landscape and its people, creating an ode to the everyday — a “blazing sensory world,” says James Applewhite — of the history, rhythms, and voices that mark our region.
At the intersection of math and art, you’ll find a visual artist who sees beauty in charts, codes, and numbers.
Alligators to zebras and even the gift shop: Everything’s a wonder at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro.
Mild weather, miles of greenways, and every terrain from mountain trail to beachy expanse: North Carolina was made for biking.
The intersection at the very center of Charlotte’s center city is where everyone’s paths cross, eventually.
Mount Moriah, a “country, Southern-rock” band based in Durham, brings a progressive voice to its Southern roots.
Mipso might be only a few years out of college, but the band has already taken its old-time folk sound around the world — and it isn’t not slowing down any time soon.
Logie Meachum, a native of Greensboro and pioneer of the Piedmont Blues Preservation Society, is a bluesman with a story to tell.
‘Tis true: More people in the state of North Carolina claim Scottish ancestry than currently live in the country of Scotland. In fields, churches, traditions, history books, beaches — and certainly in our surnames — our Scottish connections shine through and live on.