This one-time summer retreat in Haywood County now welcomes visitors year-round. Yet it remains an enchanting place apart — especially on the Fourth of July.
Catching these elusive critters requires courage, quickness, and a healthy dose of childhood curiosity.
Let sparks fly: From booming beauties to fizzling favorites, there’s no better way to celebrate the Fourth than with fireworks.
In 1864, a blockade runner ran aground on the coast of North Carolina. For decades, it sat within sight of shore, rusting, until finally disappearing beneath the waves. Now, it’s reappeared — and may prove to be the most significant shipwreck found in our waters in years.
For fishing, floating, jumping off, or just sitting, nothing compares to the delight of a dock.
Every kid should spend a day on the farm, learning about how his food is grown. A generous helping of sweet corn, eaten right in a Guilford County field, is just a bonus.
The hot sauce’s name might be an homage to The Lone Star State, but Texas Pete has always been a Winston-Salem staple.
Durham’s own Delta Rae released its latest EP, A Long and Happy Life, with summer tour dates through September 2017.
Jennette’s Pier has been built up and knocked down numerous times throughout the years, yet it steadfastly still stands today as a social hub for all on the Outer Banks.