Young prospectors head to Hiddenite hoping for gemstones. Yet the most priceless nugget they uncover may be the lesson that value is in the eye of the beholder.
Larry McDermott and Anita Saulmon gave up a fast-paced life to rule the roost on a small farm in the foothills of North Carolina.
After the Great War, the army planned to mothball a sandhills airfield. But when the United States is pulled into another conflict, the base is reborn with a new purpose and a new name: Fort Bragg.
Bedtime stories take on new meaning at a downtown Wilmington bookshop, where there’s no shame in dozing off with a good book.
Your local bookshop is more than a cozy retreat: It holds thousands of lives, millions of truths, the comfort of countless stories — and, as one novelist found out, always a little magic.
The beach bugs most of us know and loathe aren’t nearly as disgusting as they are by their other name.
The largest home furnishings trade show in the world has been making High Point a destination for more than a century.
Ready to take a stroll? Every year these tours showcase the best of North Carolina — inside and out.
When Thomas Wolfe finally came home again, he found his way to
Partridge Hill in Brevard, where his literary friend Hamilton Basso
lived and wrote nine novels. Now, you can pay a visit, too.