The new year’s coming, so pick your post: Start 2016 atop an Appalachian mountain lit by fireworks. Or on the ballroom dance floor in Pinehurst. Just make it North Carolina, and make it special.
On a rainy afternoon, our senior writer searches for the only open antiques store in town, then searches for something more.
Coming to terms with a childhood fantasy, and the town that celebrates Christmas to perfection.
’Burgs and ’boros across the state honor their histories, foods, fauna, and flotillas with annual rituals — go ahead, shoot an oyster — and all-out small-town charm during the holiday season.
Got a few minutes before your next flight? There’s a whole world to discover inside Charlotte Douglas International Airport — if your layover is long enough.
In Wilmington, when the oft-told story of a holiday meal becomes bogged down with facts, the newspaper happily prints the legend.
To understand our capital city, get to know it at sidewalk level: The story of Raleigh unfolds on its streets.
Lee and Mannon Eldreth of Lee’s Trees in West Jefferson know how to trim a Fraser fir, but what they cherish most are the connections made during Christmas.
“It’s Christmas time in the city” goes the classic holiday song “Silver Bells.” Where better to portray the brilliance of an urban Christmas, with its “strings of street lights, even stop lights,” than Charlotte?