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Meet the 101-Year-Old Preservationist Saving Agricultural History

A North Carolina centenarian
saves a singular set of historic tobacco-country structures

Travel

Eat Like a Local in Charlotte

Dot Dot Dot’s Stefan Huebner picks his top spots in the Queen City

Travel

A Topsail Lifetime

Writer Randall Kenan on measuring the years in trips to a North Carolina island

Food & Drink

Endangered Species: North Carolina Barbecue

In recent months, three iconic joints have shuttered. Should we be worried?

Arts & Culture

Move Over, Phil: Pisgah Pete Predicts Perfectly

A white squirrel in North Carolina has correctly predicted the Super Bowl winner for the last four years

G&G Interview

The Uncommon Drive of Bubba Wallace

Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. starts his second NASCAR Cup series season in an influential spot

Best of the Sporting South

The South’s Next Great Wildlife Artist

From his home base in the North Carolina mountains, Ryan Kirby is bringing an unbridled passion for the outdoors to the canvas—and giving the sporting art world a jolt of youthful energy

Arts & Culture

Three Cocktails Inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe

Bartenders toast the acclaimed painter as a new exhibit opens at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh

Arts & Culture

André Leon Talley’s Deep Southern Roots

The acclaimed fashion editor has served as confidant and adviser to Oscar de la Renta, dressed first ladies, and sat front row at every couture show that mattered. But his famous eye for style traces back to his grandmother’s house in Durham, North Carolina

Food & Drink

Caring for the Carolinas

Chefs from across the two states in Florence’s destructive path are doing what they do best—fundraise with food. Here’s how you can help, too

Hurricane Relief

The Flag That Faced Down Florence

The symbol of American spirit is coming home from North Carolina’s Frying Pan Tower this weekend—and its remains will help the state rebuild

Food & Drink

Negroni: Classic Cocktails with a Southern Twist

Boozy, bitter, and an enduring classic for good reason

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Travel

Behind the Scenes at the Biltmore

Take a tour of the largest privately-owned home in America

Our Kind of Place

Finding Home at a North Carolina Ballpark

A North Carolina novelist reflects on summer nights at the ballpark

Food & Drink

The Bonds of Brotherhood—and Beef Jerky

More than forty years after being separated at birth, two Carolina brothers found each other—and a common love of food

Fork in the Road

A Fish-Camp Revamp in North Carolina

On the shores of Lake Norman, Hello, Sailor reinvents a Carolina classic

Food & Drink

Remembering Mildred Council

The powerful legacy of North Carolina’s Mama Dip

Gardens

Cultivating Harmony in a Mountain Garden

A serendipitous collaboration unites the quirky facets of a home in North Carolina

Sporting

Crash Course

Far from the TV cameras and multinational corporate sponsors, a North Carolina writer finds racing’s mud-splattered heart amid spray paint, smashups, and retooled junkers on a dirt track in the middle of a soybean field

Arts & Culture

Twine & Twig Has the World on a String

Two Charlotte sisters turn a love of the land into a beloved jewelry line