Stories tagged: "Asheville"

clogging in NC
5 Surprising Facts about North Carolina Clogging and Where to Find it

Clogging has been a part of NC mountain culture for hundreds of years. Viral videos, such as Zeb Ross the Clogger, have reintroduced clogging into the mainstream.

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5 Weekend Activities Across North Carolina (Feb. 3-5)

It’s the first weekend in February, and if you’re looking for a fun way to start the month, here are a few things you can check out in Charlotte, Asheville, and elsewhere.

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5 Fun Things to Do Across North Carolina This Weekend (Jan. 13-16)

From Charlotte to Wilmington, from outdoor ice skating to indoor yoga, here are 5 fun things you can do across North Carolina this weekend.

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Need Weekend Plans? Here Are 5 Fun Things to Do Across North Carolina (Jan. 6-8)

It’s the first full weekend of 2023 and if your New Year’s resolutions include taking part in more fun activities, we’ve got you covered. 

Charlotte chef Lisa Brooks was a finalist on the popular Food Network reality show "Chopped." One of our picks for NC-centric holiday gifts this year is a candlelit dinner prepared in your home by Chef Lisa. (Photo by James Ward)
Have This Celebrity NC Chef Make A Meal Just for You, and Other NC-Centric Holiday Gifts This Year

Pottery, apparel, a candlelit dinner for two by Chef Lisa Brooks, and a Blue Ridge bike crawl: Mean it when you say 'shop local' and buy these North Carolina-made holiday gifts.

The holidays are a feast for the eyes at Biltmore Estate in Asheville. (Shutterstock)
5 Things to Know About the Holiday Lights at Biltmore Estate

Biltmore Estate is the largest privately-owned home in America. And this time of year, it’s a feast for the eyes.

Civil rights visionary Ella Baker, who grew up in eastern North Carolina, at a 1968 news conference. (AP Photo/Jack Harris)
Take a Road Trip Through Some of the Blackest Moments in NC History

Bring history to life with an east-to-west road trip that travels from the coastal maroon colonies to the founding of the sit-in movement to the site of MLK’s address in Durham.