An interview with researcher Kevin Duffus, who’s on a mission to discover what’s real and what’s false in North Carolina’s pirate history.
In the segregated South, not all businesses welcomed Black guests. These five places in Raleigh were listed as safe spaces.
Fifteen years in, a scaled-down ship built through a community effort is a place for kids to play and learn.
A new photography exhibit curated by Courtney Napier celebrates 10 Raleigh women dedicated to preserving the city’s Black history.
Separated by tragedy for nearly a century, a piano and violin that began their stories together in Nazi-era Germany are reunited in Raleigh.
Two 18th-century porcelain tea caddies at the North Carolina Museum of History reveal the significance of the women of the Edenton Tea Party
The origin of one of Raleigh’s premier neighborhoods, Hayes Barton on its centennial anniversary.
Are you in the know? Test your knowledge of our fair city with these ten trivia questions.
With the real prospect of a never-ending- summer, here are a few resources to spark quality together time with the family.
North Carolina native Ernest Dollar turned a love for history and the Triangle into a full-time job.
A glimpse into newspapers from before the Civil War shows how much things have changed—and stayed the same.
With its new headquarters on Oberlin Road, made from the Graves-Fields and Rev. Plummer T. Hall homes, Preservation N.C. puts mission into practice
When Scott Huler started researching the way his house fit into the surrounding city, he expected to find old deeds and dry records. Instead, the author found a dynamic adventurer from the 1700s—and his next project. by Shelbi Polk Author…
Tour a Historic Oakwood home that was gut-renovated to restore it to its Victorian splendor.