Festival season in 2020 may have been a total bust, but festivals are being replaced by drive-in concerts. So what's it like to go to a drive-in concert?
The Tar Heel State is home to a full spectrum of artisan knifemakers. From specialty manufactured brands like Spartan Blades in Southern Pines to one-of-a-kind artisans like Pembroke's Oliver Schneider, the community is wide and varied.
Lead designer Michael Stevenson said in an interview that the park is important for all North Carolinians. "I think it’s important for everybody in our state to understand our history and how we got to where we are, because we’re all in it together and we’re all going somewhere."
Have you ever stopped to consider why some people spell it "ketchup" and others spell it "catsup?" Or what toy wooden blocks have to do with sexism?
For Durham podcaster Alex Schmidt, these types of questions are more than interesting factoids--they are opportunities to find joy and inspiration in everyday life. They are also the subject of a popular podcast.
During COVID-19, many people are short on cash and long on time. Many people are also reevaluating how to live a meaningful life. For some, this combination had led to a creative solution — becoming artist-entrepreneurs.