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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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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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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Category: Carolinas, Mountains

Grapes and Tastes

Asheville and Savannah are among the most popular travel destinations in the United States, according to Southern Living magazine and Forbes magazine. In fact, Forbes placed Asheville among the top travel destinations in the world in its “18 Top Destinations of 2018” list. Asheville, nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, and Savannah, […]

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Category: Carolinas, Mountains

Hanging out in Hendersonville: The Apple of Western North Carolina’s Eye

Online Exclusive Situated 22 miles southeast of Asheville in prime orchard country, Henderson County is home to about 200 apple growers who supply 65 percent of North Carolina’s apples. From late August through October, twisting and pulling down honey crisp and golden delicious at the many pick-your-own establishments along the stretch of US Highway 64 […]

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Category: Mountains

Waterfall Walks

When the weather gets hot, cool off at these natural wonders. Rushing water cascading off the side of a rocky cliff is a sight to behold, and you don’t have to be an accomplished hiker to experience them. Anyone can explore numerous waterfalls in the Carolinas without venturing too far from the road. In fact, […]

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Festival Fun

Explore a new town, try different foods & enjoy summer with these Carolina celebrations. Cities & towns in the Carolinas celebrate history & honor traditions with varied and unique festivals. These local  tributes are community-driven and mark the importance of the area’s industry, foods and people. Summer is the perfect time to take in a few […]

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Movie Night Out

The Nostalgia of Drive-Ins Thrives In the Carolinas At the bottom of a hill, a monster movie screen rises 50-feet high along South Battleground Avenue, a well-intentioned sore thumb in a clearing among a perimeter of tall oaks. Kings Mountain, off in the distance, creates an idyllic panorama for a film set in its own […]

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