After the textile industry left town, Saxapahaw has since been revitalized. Part of the town’s mill has been converted into a living space known as the Sissipahaw Lofts, made beautiful by those who call it home.
Morphed from oddity to icon this little king of the road is irresistible to both nostalgia buffs and a new generation of Airstream aficionados.
Sousa and sunglasses, ketchup and goose bumps: the recipe for a happy Fourth.
There’s a distinct line that divides the Tar and Pamlico rivers, but many don’t even realize that the two waterways are one and the same.
A trio of Durham printers finds satisfaction in — and a new demand for — the original methods of a 500-year-old craft.
A father and his two young sons explore the sights, sounds, and sometimes tastes of North Carolina.
What, me worry? No need, when your workdays are filled with fighting onions, Andy Griffith, and Yoda.
The setting for many a joyful arrival or weepy departure, where riders clutched boxed lunches, duffle bags, and vanity cases, train stations across the state nearly fell into obsolescence. Now, these architectural and sentimental jewels are back on track, for viewing, celebrating, and, of course, catching a train.
An iconic motorcycle found a new life in North Carolina.