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This week's show takes us on a tour of Selma in Johnston County as it prepares for its 150th birthday, we check out the Dillsboro Easter Hat Parade, meet muralist Napoleon Hill, check out the Bask at Big Rock Landing Hotel in Morehead City and Bob Garner enjoys fine dining at Spoon River Artworks and Market in Belhaven.
This week's show takes us on an aerial adventure at SkyWild in Greensboro, we visit the popular Vortex Donuts in Asheville, go fishing for Shad on the Tar River, sample high altitude wines at Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards and Deb visits the elegant B&B on Tiffany Hill in Mills RIver.
This week's show profiles the rejuvenated downtown of Statesville, then we explore the elegant Cherokee Mountain Cabins, learn about the Nile Project Concert series, check out the Americana music scene at RA Fountain General Store, and Bob Garner samples really fresh seafood at Washington Crab and Seafood Shack.
This week's show previews the new exhibition at the NC Museum of Art, The Glory of Venice. Then we check out Get in Gear Fest in Asheville, go climbing with Rock Dimensions in Boone, visit the Tattoo Archive in Winston-Salem, and meet a family of moonshine distillers in Wilkesboro.
This week's show previews the Catawba Valley Pottery Festival, then we head to Wilmington to learn about its growing craft beer scene, then we explore Brunswick Town in Winnabow, visit the Muddy Creek Cafe and Music Hall, and finish with Bob Garner at Virgil's Original Taqueria in Raleigh.
This week's show takes us to Historic Halifax to explore its new interpretive centers, then on to Sandy Ridge to celebrate its famous bluegrass show, next to Mars Hill where the StackHouse offers up huge burgers and live music, followed by a visit to Fort Dobbs in Stateville and Deb enjoys farm to table food at SoCo in Wilson.
This week's show takes us to Gastonia to explore the Schiele Museum of Natural History, then head to Raleigh for the Dixie Deer Classic, then on to Kannapolis for the Curb Autosports Museum, followed by a trip to Greensboro's popular Scuppernong Books, ending with Bob Garner's sampling of the innovative pub fare at the Raleigh Times.
This week's show takes us to the Umstead Hotel and Spa in Cary to explore their art collection and enjoy afternoon tea, then its off to explore Elk Knob Park, followed by a visit to Wilmington's Museum of the Bizarre. Then take to the kids for aerial adventures at Kinetic Heights in Charlotte, and Deborah Holt Noel samples Italian fare at Quanto Basta in Winston-Salem.
This week's show takes us to Smithfield to visit the Ava Gardner Museum, then we meet the young owners of Pho Nomenal Dumpling Food Truck, next we head to Edenton for a visit to the Inner Banks Inn, followed by a visit to the Earl Scruggs Center in Shelby, and Bob Garner samples the BBQ and more at Picnic in Durham.
This week's show takes us on a tour of the Wilson Humanities and Fine Arts Center in Wilmington, then we visit Zuma Coffee in Marshall, we learn the history of Calabash and its famous seafood, we check out the Hiddenite Arts and and Heritage Center, and Deborah Holt Noel explores a children's zone and art space at the Imperial Centre in Rocky Mount.
This week's show visits the aquarium at the Greensboro Science Center, we meet chairmaker Brian Boggs in Asheville, get inspired at Bitty and Beau's Coffee in Wilmington, work up a sweat the the Table Tennis Center in Morrisville, and Bob Garner visits Emma's of Salisbury.
This week's show takes us to Blowing Rock for their annual Winterfest celebration, then we go to Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual to view Cherokee art, next its off to Washington to explore its renovated theater, then to the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro for a look at Japanese prints and we tour Jones von Drehle Vineyards in Thurmond.
This week's show looks at a new exhibit at the NC Museum of Art, then we visit Round Mountain Creamery in Black Mountain, Stanfield's General Store in Four Oaks, we learn about auctions at Brunk Auctions in Asheville, and Bob Garner samples the fare at Webb Custom Kitchen, once the site of a classic movie theater in Gastonia.
This week's show takes to Swannanoa to preview the gathering of musicians that assemble at Warren Wilson College every summer, then we profile a new restaurant, the Hen and the Hog, in the town of Halifax, followed by a sample of English style beers at Fortnight Brewing in Cary, then a visit to Black Mountain Chocolate in Winston-Salem, & we wrap up with Deb's visit to Lou Reda's in Rocky Mount.
This week's show highlights some of our favorite stories from 2016, like Gallery Mugen in Asheville, Replacements Ltd in McLeansville, The Inn on Bath Creek, Di Lisio's Italian Restaurant in Winston-Salem, and the Durham Hotel.
On this week's show, we visit the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum, go fishing for stripers on the Roanoke River, explore the grand Green Park Inn in Blowing Rock, visit Mary's Gourmet Diner in Winston-Salem, and Deborah Holt Noel visits the NC Arboretum in Asheville for their winter light show.
This week's show takes us for a tour of Mitchell's Nursery--one of the state's largest poinsettia nurseries, we explore Sylvan Heights Bird Park in Scotland Neck, visit the friendly confines of Wilkes Hardware in North Wilkesboro, meet the regulars at the Player's Retreat in Raleigh and Bob Garner samples Latin street food at Sabor in Charlotte.
This week's show takes us to Wendell for the popular Christmas Light show, then we visit historic Edenton to learn about its holiday plans, then we preview the NC Master Chorale holiday performance, followed by a trip to Old Salem to learn about Moravian holiday traditions, and end up in Asheville for a zany holiday comedy bus tour.
This week's show takes us to Linville Falls to sample wines made from high mountain grapes at Linville Falls Winery, next on to Asheville to meet the owners of French Broad Chocolates, then on to Waxhaw where Bob Garner meets the innovative chef at Heritage Food and Drink, followed by a visit to Curate in Asheville to sample tapas, and we end up at the Mecca in Raleigh.
This week's show takes us to Belhaven where the River Forest Manor has been gracefully restored, next we head to Cary for the Chinese Lantern Festival, followed by the Antiques Extravaganza in Raleigh, a tour of Little River Park in Rougemont, and Deborah learns about holiday activities at Chimney Rock State Park.
This week's show takes to Lake Lure where Julia Carpenter examines the antique collection at the 1927 Lake Lure Inn and Spa, then to New Bern to explore the renovated battlefield park. We meet a scent artist in Cary who creates personalized fragrances at Escentuelle, then off to Charlotte to sample the doughnuts at Joe's Doughs, followed by Bob Garner's visit to Randy's BBQ in Troutman.
This week's show takes us to the mountains to explore New River State Park. Then we celebrate the 21st American Indian Heritage Festival in Raleigh, explore Town Creek Indian Mound, meet the owner of Big Oak Restoration in Mebane, and Deborah Holt Noel immerses us in the Serafina Experience in Asheville.
This week's show takes us first to Asheville to meet the owner of the Gourmet Potato Chip Company, then we head to Selma to check out the country music scene at the Selma Ice House Theatre, next a preview of the Carolina Artisan Craft Show in Raleigh, followed by a preview of the NC ComicCon in Durham, and Bob Garner samples softshell crabs at the Spot Grill in Beaufort.
This week's show takes us to Manteo to meet the rum makers at Outer Banks Distilling, then we head to Black Mountain to meet the Dynamite Coffee Roasters. Next, off to Greenville for a preview of the Down East Holiday Show, followed by a visit to Southern Roots Restaurant in Jamestown, and finally, Deborah Holt Noel goes on train ride with the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad.
Selma celebrates 150 years, Dillboro throws a parade and we visit Spoon River.
We visit SkyWild in Greensboro, Vortex Donuts and the B&B on TIffany Hill.
We visit downtown Statesville, Cherokee Mountain Cabins, and seafood in Washington.
We preview an art exhibit at the NCMA, go rock climbing in Boone, & visit Tattoo Archive.
We visit a pottery festival in Hickory, sample beers in Wilmington and tacos in Raleigh.
we visit Historic Halifax, taste burgers in Mars Hill, and SoCo in Wilson.
We visit the Schiele Museum, the Dixie Deer Classic and The Raleigh Times.
we enjoy tea at the Umstead, explore Elk Knob Park, and Italian food in Winston-Salem.
We visit the Ava Gardner Museum, the Inner Banks Inn, and sample the fare at Picnic.
We visit a performing arts center in Wilmington, Zuma Coffee in Marshall, and Calabash.
We visit an aquarium in Greensboro, get inspired at Bitty and Beau's Coffee, and more.
We celebrate Winterfest, view Cherokee art, and visit the Turnage Theater in Washington.
We preview a new art show, visit a creamery and sample a new restaurant in Gastonia.
We preview the Swannanoa Gathering and restaurants in Halifax and Rocky Mount.
We celebrate some of our favorite stories from 2016.
We visit a doll museum, go striper fishing, and check out the NC Arboretum lights.
We visit a poinsettia nursery, the Player's Retreat and sample Latin Street food.
We visit Edenton for the holidays, learn Moravian holiday traditions and ride with LaZoom.
We visit Linville Falls Winery, and sample tapas and chocolate in Asheville.
We explore River Forest Manor, an antiques fair and Chimney Rock State Park.
We explore the Lake Lure Inn, visit Joe's Doughs, and sample BBQ in Troutman.
We visit New RIver State Park, and enjoy the Serafina experience in Asheville.
We visit a gourmet potato chip company, preview NC ComicCon & visit The Spot Grill.
We visit a rum distillery, a coffee roaster, and take a train ride through the mountains.
Join host Deborah Holt Noel as she shares the best things to see and do across the state each weekend.
This exciting weekly program takes viewers on a journey beyond black and white pictures and boring text descriptions and into the colorful sites and sounds of the story--giving them a firsthand look at what North Carolina has to offer. Whether you're a fan of bluegrass or jazz, an experienced hiker looking for a new trail to conquer, a family planning their next vacation, or just someone who wants to explore the town next door, this show is for you.
Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 9:00pm:
Tryon International Equestrian Center - Producer Julia Carpenter - Tryon and Mill Spring, NC
“Designed for Drama" exhibit at the Biltmore Estate - Producer Stephanie Bourland - Asheville, NC
Mary’s Gone Wild - Producer Morgan Potts - Supply, NC
Eyes on Main Street Wilson Outdoor Photo Festival - Producer Mike O’Connell - Wilson, NC
"North Carolina and World War I" Exhibit at the NC Museum of History - Producer Jeff Smith - Raleigh, NC
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