Our mountains and Foothills have inspired generations of Carolina-born and -bred folk musicians — who have, themselves, inspired generations of writers. Four books tell the stories behind the musical storytellers.
Far from the corridors and offices of the figures he portrays, a sculptor comments on the dangers of the dollar.
Angela “Miss Angel” Shur sweetens the Foothills with pies, ice cream, and, yes, moonshine.
In Southern Pines, one man made a gift so unique that others begged for their own. Each patriotic rendering is one of a kind.
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Pop flies and popcorn. Mascots and strikeouts. On summer nights, North Carolina’s nine minor league teams field, swing, pitch, and catch in special places. And the crowd goes wild.
Patriotic hopefuls audition to be one of the lucky few to sing the national anthem at a Durham Bulls game.
It’s long been believed that the American flag left on the moon in 1969 was woven in a small Foothills town. Yet as time goes on, a mystery deepens.
An ode to the freedom of the road, passing the torch, and one Carolina pickup.