Category: Carolinas, Mountains

“Unto These Hills” ends August 15 for the 2018 Season

“Unto These Hills,” one of the country’s most popular outdoor dramas runs through Aug. 15.  The third oldest outdoor drama in the United States, “Unto These Hills” unfolds Mon.-Sat. evenings at 8 p.m. in the newly renovated 2,100-seat Mountainside Theatre at 688 Drama Rd. in Cherokee. Parking is free for ticketholders. The play, which tells […]

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Category: Carolinas, Coastal

Barefoot Landing’s Summerfest! Nightly Entertainment Series Adds Dockside Live!

North Myrtle Beach’s Only Waterway Shopping, Dining and Entertainment Complex Features Free Family Style Entertainment Throughout The Summer Season  Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach’s waterway center, featuring a wide variety of specialty shops, restaurants and entertainment, presents SummerFest! June 1 through Sept. 1, 2018. This year’s summer-long event showcases a new musical experience, Dockside Live!, […]

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Upscale Eats in the Queen City

Editor's Escape Whether you’re looking for a dining spot for a special occasion or just want to kick your date night venues up a notch, there are several fantastic Charlotte restaurants to choose from. In addition, you can find most of these restaurants on this year’s Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week list.  This year, Queen’s […]

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Category: Carolinas, US

Dining Reinvented: 4 Southern Food Halls Worth the Drive

  Go Magazine Online Exclusive The growing national interest in food halls has hit the South in a big way. With several notable food halls and markets open in Georgia, Virginia and Tennessee, the Carolinas are set to join the party with the imminent opening of food halls in Raleigh and Charlotte, N.C., (and more […]

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Plant-Based Paradise in the Carolinas

Go Magazine Online Exclusive From misty blue-tinged mountains to soothing, sandy coastlines, the Carolinas boast no shortage of appealing attractions — not the least of which are culinary charms like world-famous BBQ and Southern-style cuisine. But beyond pulled pork and fresh-catch seafood, the region has become a surprising haven for all things plant-based. Notable veg-strong […]

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Category: US

Walk This Way

Two Southeast Virginia food & drink trails you can easily explore in one trip! The Virginia Oyster Trail Humans were devouring oysters long before 18th-century satirist Jonathan Swift uttered his oft-quoted oyster observation. Explorers often found oyster mounds left by Native Americans, who ate them by the bushel hundreds of years before Captain John Smith […]

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Brewed Awakenings: Craft Drafts in the Carolinas

With the brewery count in the United States eclipsing 6,000 and no glimpse of a slowdown, it’s a wonder how any brewery can differentiate itself from those located across the street or across town. However, advances in the brewing process, a quest to revitalize forgotten beer styles, and the general community feel of a brewery […]

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Member Spotlight: Cloister Honey

AAA Member Spotlight It all began over 11 years ago when Joanne de la Rionda gave her husband, Randall York, a beehive for Christmas. “She’s really good about getting people unique things and I’ve always been nerdy and enjoy keeping things alive,” explains Randall.  He quickly signed up for a three-month long beekeeping class through […]

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