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Morgan Cartier Weston

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Morgan Weston is a North Carolina native, and loves exploring the Triangle's diverse food, arts and craft beer offerings.

Explore This Green Modern Farmhouse

At the end of a gravel road, past a vegetable garden and surrounded by trees where honeybees, a pair of dogs and almost 20...

There’s Something For Everyone On Our Latest Summer Book List

"Extraordinary Adventures: A Novel" By Daniel Wallace Daniel Wallace (“Big Fish,” “The Watermelon King”) is known for crafting unconventional heroes, and Edsel Bronfman is no different....

Get Outside This Summer at the New Brumley Nature Preserve

Since its acquisition by the Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC) in 2010, the George and Julia Brumley Family Nature Preserve has been a labor of...

Add These Books to Your Kids’ Summer Reading Lists

"Jake the Fake Keeps it Real" by Craig Robinson and Adam Mansbach with art by Keith Knight Starting a new school is hard. But what about...

Melody Bowers Serves Up Seasonal Food and Southern Hospitality

Originally from Bladen County, UNC grad Melody worked as paralegal for 20 years before pursuing food with husband Al full time. They have two...

Hit the Road: Weekend Getaways in NC

In a beautiful state like ours, you don’t have to travel far to escape the everyday. Here are some of our favorite places to...

Savor Seasonal Harvests With These Southern Cookbooks

"CORN" by Tema Flanagan It’s no secret that corn comes in many delicious forms, including cornmeal, hominy, popcorn and of course, hard liquor. In...

Discover Local Dining and Drinks with CurEat

Entrepreneur Steve Mangano has traveled the world and eaten at many restaurants – which got him wondering why it’s so hard to find a good one when...

From Steak to Sushi, Kanki’s New Menu Comes With a Kick

Growing up in New Jersey, Tom Mukoyama's family used to mix mayo with soy sauce. "I thought everyone did it," he says. Once he realized...
The South in Color William Ferris

It Takes a Village: Bill Ferris’s “The South in Color”

At first glance, “The South in Color” may appear to be a book about the differences between its subjects; for author Bill Ferris, it...