Emily Jaeger is a Wilmington-based journalist and poet. Her work has previously appeared in Insider, The Assembly NC, Gay Parent Magazine, and JTA among others.
"Spectacles," the forthcoming album from the Durham artist, delves into a lifetime navigating a hybrid identity: QPOC, artist, and rural Southerner.
Some butterflies are disgusting. Some are sneaky. Others are just plain beautiful. And NC is the perfect state to seek them out.
The McDuffies' Pender County restaurant was a life-saver after the storm. Today, they want to sustain their town in more ways than one.
Modernist architecture, which peaked between 1933 and 1965, is spacey, minimalistic, and experimental. But vestiges of this eye-catching period can be found all over North Carolina.
A Black refuge for economic empowerment, a lesbian commune, and a refuge for enslaved people: Let's take a tour of the hidden societies within North Carolina society.
Quarles battled racism, a pandemic, and a breakneck pace to become a major artist of color in a predominantly white North Carolina scene.
We’ve been scoping out North Carolina’s oldest, most haunted, and most hidden cemeteries.
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