Three home cooks from the Triangle will compete in season premiere of "MasterChef" on Fox. Hope McFarland of Clayton, Jody Rhodes of Four Oaks and Juni Cuevas of Raleigh. The format changes this season: judges will each guide teams through the competition.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married, the head of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, will deliver the address at the royal wedding in Windsor, England. He served as bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina for 15 years.
Pizzeria Faulisi operated BooYa Bagels, a bagel and biscuit pop-up, in its Cary restaurant last fall. Now that pop-up will become Big Dom's Bagel Shop, taking over a closed Little Caesar's in downtown Cary.
The Most Rev. Michael Curry’s sermon on the power of love at the royal wedding has resonated with people around the world. Curry spoke with "Today," "Good Morning America" and "The View" Tuesday about preaching at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
The finale of NBC's "The Voice" will feature North Carolina's Britton Buchanan performing with fellow North Carolina native Ryan Adams. Jason Aldean, Jennifer Hudson, Kane Brown and Julia Michaels are set to perform.
The failure of clergy to truthfully influence the consciousness of weekly devotees concerning gun rights is a dereliction of our duty as citizens and an abomination to our calling as advocates of peace., says the Rev. Joshua Lawrence Lazard, of Duke University
Mildred Council, owner of the famed Mama Dip's Kitchen in Chapel Hill, has died. She was an icon of Southern cooking, who was known not just for her famous food but for her activism and community service.
Bishop Michael Curry, who preached at Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, was ordained in the North Carolina Diocese, was the first African American to be elected bishop of the Episcopal Church and was the subject of a "Saturday Night Live" sendup with Kenan Thompson on Saturday.
Bernice Stiles Wade died peacefully on May 8, a few days after her 103rd birthday on May 5, joining her twin sister Barbara Stiles, who died at 101 two years ago. Even though their garden on Gimghoul Road in Chapel Hill still glows, it is not the same without them.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport recently bought two Mamava Suite pods, one for each terminal, from Mamava Inc. of Burlington, Vermont, to give nursing mothers a private place to pump breast milk or breastfeed their babies and infants.
Trophy Brewing opened its original Raleigh location on Morgan Street in 2012. Owned by David Meeker, Chris Powers and Woody Lockwood, it's now expanding its sour beer program and adding outdoor seating at its popular pizzeria.