North Carolina’s largest city is an inspiring backdrop for photography. The reasons for the pictures, and the stories behind them, say a lot about the place, and its people.
At this thrift store turned living museum, the artists and exhibits are constantly changing, but the materials remain the same.
In a bright and modern storefront, three friends mill their own flour to bake bread the old-fashioned way.
In the most historic part of Winston-Salem, old traditions are viewed with fresh eyes, every day.
Once strictly known as a tobacco town, the Camel City is reviving itself through technology and the arts in such a way that’s prompting the world take notice.
In Rowan County, a few dozen working-class folks invested a little bit of money in a fledgling grocery store. Decades later, their investments were worth millions, and helped preserve their small town.
In a forgotten corner of Gaston County, a pastor and his wife are trying to bring a tiny community back to life.
From the Waldorf Astoria to the White House and back, Ridgeway’s cantaloupes are famous for their sweetness.
Though Davidson and Cornelius neighbor each other, the two Mecklenburg County towns are hardly cut from the same cloth. They beautifully coexist, but each town still stands out on its own.