Archie Davis, who helped found the Research Triangle Park, recognized in North Carolinians a desire to learn, to look ahead, to lead. Today, his vision continues to guide our world-famous research park.
Whether their team is winning or losing, marching bands at historically black colleges keep the fans on their feet.
The only way we could get this motley crew of birds, beasts, and men to pose together was to illustrate them. But the rivalries between these Division I good luck charms are good-natured — we think.
Food and football give us a reason to gather. But the essence of tailgating is something deeper.
A new generation of Broyhill is putting his own stamp on the furniture industry.
An innovative recycled yarn brings hope to a recovering industry.
Fifty years ago, the landmark surgeon general’s report on smoking and health shook the tobacco industry in North Carolina. Today, farmers and their fields are turning over new leaves.
A former “picker” discovers history, nostalgia, identity, and — oh yes — value in discarded objects and abandoned places.
These three collectors have something in common: they all turned to Jon Lambert to help uncover the value of their favorite items.