O.Henry Ending

The Lawn Goodbye One writer’s yard work is never done By Jeff Paschal Two deer drinking down at the creek sealed the deal for us. And I suppose many decisions that shape our lives rest on just [...]

The Accidental Astrologer

Laid-back Libra Don’t let October become “Rocktober” under the sign of the scales By Astrid Stellanova There just ainít no pigeon-holing a Libran. Bridgette Bardot is a Libran. So is Simon [...]

Almanac

October The Feast of Trumpets Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on October 2. Also called the Feast of the Trumpets, this two-day Jewish New Year celebration includes the ritualistic sounding of [...]

The Queen of Wild Ginger

The life and times and gardens of Professor Peyton Hudson By Ross Howell Jr.   •   Photographs By Lynn Donovan If you enjoy adventurous spirits, then you need to meet Peyton Hudson. Hailing from [...]

The Nutty Professor

Meet the man responsible for saving and spreading chestnut trees By Maria Johnson This harvest season, if you find yourself sipping wine or enjoying dishes made with chestnuts, you might toast [...]

Long Live the Kings

Gale Byers’ mission to save the monarch butterfly Photographs and Story by Lynn Donovan From March to October, you’re likely to catch sight of Gale Byers in the fields of southeast Guilford [...]

The Garden Guys

A few revealing — and hilarious — moments with  the South’s most beloved garden designers By Jim Dodson   •   Photograph by Amy Freeman Greensboro residents Chip Callaway and Randy McManus aren’t [...]

The Wright Stuff

Clinton E. Gravely’s odyssey in Modern architecture By Ross Howell Jr.   •   Photographs by Bert VanderVeen Architect Clinton E. Gravely is a lithe, erect man — even taller in the cowboy boots [...]

Southern Revival

Story of a House New life for the oldest house in Irving Park By Cynthia Adams  •   photographs by Bert VanderVeen Katie Bode, (pronounced BODE-ee), a blue-eyed blonde in an aqua sundress, is the [...]

Recurring Dream

Recurring Dream I stumble from a ladder, mis-stepping through a rung — preoccupied, peering up to some lofty destination, a change of venue for star-gazing. During the thrill of ascension, I [...]

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