From the boats to the bridges, the waterfronts to the wildlife, a writer finds lyricism among the streams, rivers, and sounds that connect, rather than separate, our coastal homes.
In 1890, tensions between native Ocracokers and marauding outsiders came to a head. At the center of the conflict? A small but valuable shellfish.
The tastiest oysters come from the unlikeliest of places: The silt and mud of Stump Sound.
Nearly two decades after it experienced a change of scenery, the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse remains a Hatteras Island marvel.
During annual Memorial Day trips to the coast, friends become family, families become a village, and a vacation becomes a tradition.
In a river city meant for easy living, this East Front Street home has served as a colorful backdrop for even more colorful characters.
Friends and family and long, lazy days on the lake: This is almost-summer in North Carolina.
Sweetly, softly, fragrant honeysuckle blossoms announce that warmer weather has arrived.
Even though it’s decades old, the Oak Island Lighthouse is coastal nostalgia at its youngest.