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Like a Local: Forest City & Bostic

In these small-town, foothills communities, businesses are run by the people, for the people. From handmade doughnuts to craft distilled malt whisky, these towns thrive on both tradition and originality.

Drink

A Guide to College Town Breweries Across North Carolina

There’s no shortage of wonderful things to be found in autumn, but one of the best is the return of college football. With the season reaching full-swing, you might be heading back to your alma mater to catch a game, see old friends, or wax nostalgic for years gone by. Here’s a list of some of the best college town breweries our state has to offer.

Arts & Culture

Holiday Gift Guide

Our 2017 Holiday Gift Guide features gift ideas for every one of your family and friends. From uniquely Southern food items to one-of-a-kind travel and event experiences, these gifts celebrate the season and the Old North State.

Eastern

Hang Gliding in Currituck County

In the northernmost corner of our east coast, Currituck County is a sight for sore eyes — especially from a bird’s-eye view. Experience the beaches, sounds, forests, and buildings while soaring thousands of feet above.

Drink

October 2017 Beer Event Guide

October means cool weather and even cooler beer, including the season’s beloved and highly anticipated pumpkin ale. Celebrate the best of fall at these breweries across the state this month.

Western

Where Lumber Ruled, Nature Reigns on Lake Logan

On a remote lake in Haywood County, just beyond earshot of Canton’s paper-mill whistle, a forgotten getaway for timber barons tells a story of commerce, conservation, and the true value of trees.

Central

Best-Kept Secrets in the Triad: Divine Llama Vineyards

Divine Llama Vineyards pairs fine wines with friendly llamas in the Yadkin Valley. Llamas and wine, you ask? It may seem like a quirky mix, but the unique experience enthralls and attracts visitors from across the state.

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