Embracing the moonshining past of western North Carolina, President James K. Polk State Historic Site partners with Great Wagon Road Distillery for an exclusive whiskey tasting.
Blind Chef Christine Ha to Offer Cooking Tips to N.C. Visually Impaired Wednesday, Oct. 12 at Governor Morehead School
Blind and visually impaired North Carolinians will get a chance to trade recipes and cooking tips with well-known, blind reality-TV chef Christine Ha at the Governor Morehead School, 329 Ashe Avenu
What hidden gems lie in those old home movies stashed in your closet? Come to Home Movie Day at the State Archives of North Carolina Saturday, Oct. 15, 1-4 p.m., to find out at this free, public program.
N.C. Historical Commission and N.C. African American Heritage Commission Hold Historic Joint Meeting on State Capitol African American Monument
Yesterday, at a historic first joint meeting at the North Carolina State Capitol, the N.C. Historical Commission and the N.C. African American Heritage Commission accepted a draft report summarizing the comments received at eight public hearings held to gather input on plans for a new monument on the State Capitol grounds in Raleigh dedicated to commemorating the achievements of African Americans.
The Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission will hold its quarterly business meeting Saturday, Sept. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon at Mount Carmel AME Church, 507 N. Lord St., Southport, N.C.
A replica of the original yacht that started the America's Cup tradition in 1851 is coming to Beaufort.
Come to Bennett Place Sept. 24 and 25 and watch as members of the 6th and 26th North Carolina Reenactment groups demonstrate some of the basic rudimentary drills that every soldier needed to learn.
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed the week of Sept. 11-17, 2015 as Arts in Education Week in North Carolina.