By 1905, North Carolina had 29 life-saving stations spread between the Virginia and South Carolina state lines. The average citizen was therefore very familiar with Life-Saving Service architecture, which featured watchtowers of various sizes, dormers, rafter tails and Gothic board and batten upper wall siding.
From 1976 to 1985, the Sound Side Folk and Ale House was part of a music circuit that included the Cellar Door and Blues Alley in Washington. D.C., and The Jewish Mother in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
By Maggie Miles November 6, 2020 Tara Dower was standing on the side of a country road in the middle of nowhere in western North Carolina. She’d just come dangerously close to getting clipped by a car and was on
This meal epitomizes the beauty of fall on the Outer Banks.
The clue to where local dolphins spend their winter months was found thanks to an animal named Orion.
A health scare led Rachel and Ryan Moser to kick-start a healthier lifestyle.