The spirit of Virginia Dare, the first English child born in America, is alive and well on Roanoke Island. Every year, parents bring their babies to audition for the most important (nonspeaking) role in The Lost Colony — and for bragging rights that last a lifetime.
The best gifts — love, friendship, family, hope — can’t be bought. (But we won’t judge if you add these books to your wish list.)
Mark your calendars and get your dancing shoes ready — there are still a surprising number of music festivals across the state to enjoy as warm summer days fade into fall.
Durham’s own Delta Rae released its latest EP, A Long and Happy Life, with summer tour dates through September 2017.
Mipso’s distinct Southern sound has remained strong over the years, but the band’s evolution and growth is obvious. Join Mipso in celebrating its new record at the North Carolina Museum of Art on May 6.
Bursting with energy, just like his paintings, Dan Nance uses his talent to relate the tales of colonial North Carolina.
As North Carolina’s unofficial photographer, Hugh Morton captured memorable scenes from the mountains to the coast.
An exhibit of photographs in Wilmington powerfully shows the not-too-distant past, and a city where people were segregated, but more similar than they realized.
Randolph Community College trains plenty of talented people to become photographers. Here are the stories of seven regular Our State contributors, told with their own words and pictures.