From fireworks and baseball to interactive history lessons, consider these ideas for a stellar Independence Day weekend in North Carolina.
Check out these spots in the Triangle to cast a line in the water after a short hike, a quintessential summer pastime or many.
At the helm of the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Ron Pringle taps his own history to address food insecurity in a meaningful way.
Color, texture and nods to the coast combine in this family’s playful home designed with Miretta Interiors.
A young boy is awed by his father’s bravery — and words of wisdom — when disaster strikes on a fishing trip.
In the segregated South, not all businesses welcomed Black guests. These five places in Raleigh were listed as safe spaces.
This longtime Raleigh resident helped form the Raleigh Racquet Club and influenced pro tennis at the international level.
Fifteen years in, a scaled-down ship built through a community effort is a place for kids to play and learn.
Josh DeCarolis, Ross Flynn and Andrew Hannon combine a cafe, deli and butchery in their Transfer Co. Food Hall outpost.
Fariss captures beauty and whimsy in her delicate paintings of flowers, figures, and animals.
Find flowers, herbs, vegetables, and trees at these local plants sales — along with craft vendors, food, music, and community.
These trails tucked near city centers, schools, and shopping areas offer respite from the bustle of the Triangle.
Magic happens in the early spring, as sunlight reaches the forest floor — slow down and keep an eye out for these tiny wonders.
The Firebirds offer a new brand of professional basketball in Raleigh, one that fuses competition and community.