Dash Lewis is a Wilmington-born, Durham-raised musician and writer. A graduate of UNC-Asheville with a degree in Literature, Lewis has worked in a wide range of fields, from synthesizer technician to mover to touring musician. Currently residing in Richmond, VA, Lewis spends his time writing, making music, and tending to the needs of his three pets
Each week as we count down to Halloween, we present a famous North Carolina urban legend or ghost story to get you primed and ready for the spookiest day of the year. This week, we climb up Beaucatcher mountain where spooky happenings occur around Helen's bridge.
In the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, northeast of Linville, sits one of the states' most popular tourist destinations. Grandfather Mountain, with its peak at 5,946 feet above sea level, is a true North Carolina gem. It contains some of the oldest geologic formations on earth and has nearly unmatched biodiversity.
Each week as we count down to Halloween, we present a famous North Carolina urban legend or ghost story to get you primed and ready for the spookiest day of the year. This week, we head out to Western North Carolina near the town of Morganton, where mysterious lights appear.
The North Carolina brewery scene has exploded over the last decade. With over 320 breweries, the state now has the most in the Southeast. Therefore, finding the perfect seasonal beer can be a bit of a challenge. In order to cut down on the tyranny of choice, we've compiled a list of the best fall beers in the Tar Heel State.
Heussy started his life in the fire service as a junior 13 years ago by volunteering for a small, rural fire department in Elko, South Carolina. He felt drawn to be a firefighter at a young age, citing his desire to help people.
Perhaps the most enduring North Carolina urban legend is that of The Devil’s Tramping Ground. Located in the gently rolling hills of southwestern Chatham County, this purportedly paranormal footpath has been the subject of many a tall tale for at least 200 years.
Slow cooking pork is a time-honored tradition in the Tar Heel state and there are countless restaurants devoted to preserving the two distinct styles of NC BBQ.
Here are 10 North Carolina BBQ joints so good they've achieved legendary status.