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Tell people you’re going to North Carolina and many of them will picture pristine beaches or mountains filled with colourful fall foliage. Others will conjure up images of jars of illegal moonshine marked “XXX” and stills manned by grizzled men in old-fashioned hats. But for a look at today's distilling practices, check out our guide to mystery and moonshine in North Carolina.Read more...
Few things stir up a heated debate among North Carolinians like barbecue. In a state that takes credit for birthing barbecue, and which calls itself the “Cradle of ‘Cue,” opinions run hot as to where serves up the best. Here are our picks for the Best BBQ in Raleigh, for aficionados and novices alike.
Named in honour of Sir Walter Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina, was one of the first planned cities in the United States, and when the capital building opened for legislative business, there were few other dwellings in the “City of Oaks”. Today, Raleigh’s population is nearly 425,000, making it the second largest city in the state.