North Carolina is divided, we all know it. Divided We Stand, a short film by Cynthia Hill, is a timely demonstration of mutual respect, dialogue, and building bridges across a wide and ruptured spectrum of political beliefs here in North Carolina.
With a vast estuary system and a growing locavore movement, is North Carolina poised to become an American oyster capital? The answer isn't simple. Crack open the story of the Eastern Oyster, North Carolina's native species. Within it, find a larger story the past, present and future of our coast's economy, environment and culture.
Lady Bosses. Hustlers. Makers. Game Changers. Local Beyoncés. Across North Carolina female entrepreneurs are helping redefine the future of economy and industry in our state. Here are five you need to meet.
Boat building is in the blood of Harkers Islanders. Once a small, yet thriving, fishing and boat building community, the unincorporated township survived wholly on commercial fishing and boatbuilding for generations. It was always enough; now, it’s not. What lies ahead for Harkers Island?
North Carolina is poised to be at the epicenter of the local seafood movement. But, the seafood industry in North Carolina is at a critical juncture full of passion, disagreement and misinformation. Join us as we take a closer look at seafood foodways and the importance of knowing where our seafood comes from.
Meet David & Hal, friends and neighbors for over 40 years. NC State professor Hal helped David immigrate to the United State after the two met in Vietnam. David now owns a successful restaurant in Raleigh, David's Dumplings & Noodle Bar.