Storyteller Cynthia Moore Brown and writer mythologist Theresa Bane join us with their new book that tells 17 old-timey favorite local folktales, with a home-style recipe for food that is connected to that story.
Food, wine and travel writer Fred Thompson says that side dishes are the very heart and soul of southern cuisine. His new cookbook has everything from the old classics like red beans and rice to contemporary dishes like suppernong-glazed carrots.
Award winning food writer and cookbook author Debbie Moose joins us to sign copies of her new cookbook, Buttermilk. She includes over fifty recipes that explores the possibilities for uses in cooking, baking, and drinking including a cocktail.
Greensboro has reinvented itself in recent decades. In 1958, Greensboro was the second largest city in the state and home to the world's largest denim producer. Kevin Reid's new book, Greensboro, uses 160 photos to illustrate our town's modern history.
For 25 years Ed Williams was the editor of the editorial pages of the Charlotte Observer, where he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1981. His book Liberating Dixie is a collection of many of his editorials from his years as a journalist.
Join us with local author Dr. Nada B. Owusu for the release of her debut novel, Misdiagnosed. Behind the designer clothes and the bling is a brilliant mind with limitless potential. Krystal is having a hard time becoming the person she wants to be.
A Mongolian mare owned by a young Korean boy who sells his horse to pay for his sister's prosthetic leg, she was renamed Reckless and braved minefields and shrapnel to deliver ammo to the front lines. She was awarded two Purple Hearts and promoted twice.