Sutton’s began as a pharmacy in 1923 and became a popular lunch destination over the years. It’s a homey grill that’s hosted some of North Carolina’s most famous people.
Under state law, any physician prescribing the abortion pill mifepristone to patients must be in the same room with them at a certified surgical facility when they take the pills, despite FDA rules to the contrary.
Unpacking an extraordinary first season for the first Black coach to lead the legendary basketball program at UNC-Chapel Hill.
C&P's Max Millington counts down his favorite North Carolinians in the news this year.
Storytelling, theater, music, and Indigenous food, C&P's guide to celebrating North Carolina's native population properly.
Enslaved people literally laid the bricks at UNC. So how does its past reflect on the turmoil of today?
North Carolina’s flagship public university has been the scene of numerous race-related controversies in recent years, including white supremacist rallies around a Confederate monument.