Venture on a “wild gooseberry chase” with a foraging expert, and learn how to identify edible plants in and around Asheville.
This one-time summer retreat in Haywood County now welcomes visitors year-round. Yet it remains an enchanting place apart — especially on the Fourth of July.
From our East Coast beaches to the lakes and rivers of the Piedmont and mountains, North Carolinians love the water. These breweries are perfectly located on or near the water’s edge.
We’re in the heat of summer now — literally. Stay cool with cold brews and fun events. Download BEER NC to gain early access to monthly guides.
This family-run farm in Randolph County is on a mission to connect its urban neighbors with the land, educating the community on sustainability and the local food movement.
Things are looking up: Keep your eyes on the summer sky for Fourth of July fireworks, kite festivals, and stargazing events.
Your curated guide to events happening across the state this Independence Day weekend, from the mountains to the coast.
In 1864, a blockade runner ran aground on the coast of North Carolina. For decades, it sat within sight of shore, rusting, until finally disappearing beneath the waves. Now, it’s reappeared — and may prove to be the most significant shipwreck found in our waters in years.