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.
Find out which classic North Carolina foods, phrases, and icons are advancing to Round Two of the tournament.
Three local artists, an author, song-writer, and illustrator, collaborate to write a new, positive spin on the classic nursery rhyme “Rock-a-bye Baby,” in the form of a children’s book and lullaby album.
In this month of bracket rivalries, we created a tournament to find the champion food, phrase, or icon that represents us best. Follow the link below to the “Most North Carolina” bracket and cast your vote online.
A writer returns to the cabin where the patriarch of storytelling changed his life.
From its annual flower show — this year marks the 70th anniversary — to the canopy of petals at the Cape Fear Botanical Garden, Fayetteville knows how to celebrate this Carolina charmer.
They say that time heals all wounds, and for most of us, that’s true: Time obscures our views of a ragged past. For writers, however, memories are reflective lenses used to observe personal histories, providing stark recollections charged with truth, not mellowed by time.
If you didn’t go to the ACC Tournament, the games came to you, even in the classroom.