From the pen of a Fairview artist flows proof of the enduring importance of handwriting.
In Saxapahaw, volunteers gather to turn cardboard, cornstarch, and other odds and ends into puppets whose giant size matches the scope of their makers’ mission.
Fort Fisher endures a punishing barrage by an armada from the North. (Volume 4, Part 11)
Fantasia. Scotty. Caleb. Three winners, more than any other state in the nation. And a slew of famous finalists. “American Idol” introduced the country to a new voice of North Carolina. How did this phenomenon happen?
It’s easy to take for granted the gifts of electric heat and light, but it wasn’t so long ago that much of our state lay in darkness. Our thanks to the linemen who faced — and continue to face — sleepless nights, dizzying heights, and the constant peril of electrocution to give us power through the simple act of flipping a switch.
In the staid culture of 1950s North Carolina, roofs were to be pointed, nature was to stay outside, and people were to know their places. A Greensboro architect pushed against those barriers, starting with his family home.
For the deaf and hard of hearing in North Carolina, sign-language karaoke is a way to stay connected to music.
Think the NC state song is just the state motto put to music? You’re wrong.
Frances Mayes pens her own ode to the literary haven of Hillsborough, this corner of Orange County that pulled her in and captured her heart.