You can visit Henry River Mill Village and view Hunger Games film locations. More importantly, you’ll learn about its place in NC’s textile history.
Sabrina Bengel is a longtime New Bern resident, a business owner, currently Alderman of the First Ward. She’s passionate about her town and happy to share what she loves about it. Check out these fun things to do in New Bern in case you’re still not convinced to visit! Sabrina Bengel Interview Summary (Ellie the … Read more
Carolina BalloonFest is the second-oldest hot air balloon festival in the world and been running for nearly 50 years. The Statesville-based festival brings in close to 40,000 people to Statesville from all over the country. Balloons fly all weekend and it is certainly a sight to see. It takes place on the third weekend of … Read more
For this episode of NC Travel Chat, we followed up on the previous one, which was with Toe River Arts Executive Director Nealy Andrews. This episode consists of two on-site interviews with Toe River Artists who reside in Yancey County. Toe River Artists Interview Summary The first person we met was Kenny Pieper of Pieper … Read more
Nealy Andrews is the Executive Director of Toe River Arts. She shares how her team is helping area artists and communities in Yancey and Mitchell counties.
Uli Bennewitz is the owner of Weeping Radish, North Carolina’s first and oldest microbrewery. He joined NC Travel Chat to share his life and business journey.
Rick Bell is one of the two owners of Engadine Inn and Cabins (near Asheville). He joined us to talk about this wonderful place to stay in Western NC.
Kate Pearce joined NC Travel Chat to talk about Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, simply known by many of us in the area as Dix Park.
For NC Travel Chat, we talked with Beverly Mooney, the owner of Millstone Creek Orchards in Ramseur, Randolph County, North Carolina.
Gerri Grady has owned Grady’s Barbecue in Dudley, Wayne County with her husband Steve since 1986.