In North Carolina, our culinary history is held fast by tradition: A pot of collards, sweet from the first frost. Sorghum syrup, just poured. Four books tell the tales of our Southern palates and preferred plates.
In line or behind the counter, the souls at Urban Ministries of Durham defy stereotypes.
The sweet potato dates back centuries and how it became North Carolina’s official state vegetable is just part of the story.
A father and his two young sons piece together a patchwork of North Carolina memories. Now they’re seeking a favorite sandwich in Fayetteville.
When the temperature drops and the sky clears, a layer of white is the first sign that winter is near.
With several consecutive hits on country radio, including “Carolina” and “Already Callin’ You Mine,” homegrown band Parmalee is establishing itself as a beloved national act. We chat with lead singer Matt Thomas about the group’s North Carolina roots and newfound success ahead of its homecoming concert at East Carolina University.
Pull out the blankets; put on the chili. In North Carolina, November eases us into winter.
During World War II, a military base in Jacksonville served as the training camp for the first African-American Marines since the American Revolution.
For the first time, three women are in charge of our state’s three largest cities, carrying on a legacy that started here in 1924.