Simple Life

Silence that Speaks By Jim Dodson   Every year, a dear friend slips away for a three-week retreat into silence and stillness, holing up in a seaside motel somewhere on the Florida coast [...]

Mad Libs

Blanking Out How to live a storied life amid a pandemic By Maria Johnson For the entertainment of our Covid-weary readers, we’ve concocted a fill-in-the-blank game in the spirit of Mad Libs. To [...]

Home by Design

Simply Irresistible Bitten by the design bug By Cynthia Adams Skimming the auto classifieds recently, an ad set in a retro font called Courier New tripped the circuitry of my brain to a repressed [...]

The Naturalist

The Road Home Well-traveled trails still hold surprises Story and Photographs by Todd Pusser Unlike much of the rest of Moore County, State Road 1137 has changed very little since the days of my [...]

A Passage to India and Beyond

Todd Nabors’ global décor By Cynthia Adams   •   Photographs by Amy Freeman Orange! Whether in a slushie, sherbet or sunset, it’s the hue of summer. And Triad designer Todd Nabors loves all [...]

Almanac August 2020

By Ash Alder Always, always everything at once, and in August you can see it. Blackberry and bramble. Rose and thorn.  Honey and hive. The sweetness and the sting. You cannot have one without the [...]

Life’s Funny

Blanking Out How to live a storied life amid a pandemic By Maria Johnson For the entertainment of our Covid-weary readers, we’ve concocted a fill-in-the-blank game in the spirit of Mad Libs. To [...]

Summer’s Lease

Though short, it’s just a brushstroke away “Where has the summer gone?” It’s a question that often arises as the white heat of August casts its lingering rays on the waning season whose fullness [...]

O.Henry Ending

Half-Hearted Pounding the pavement leaves one writer in a Tiff By Cynthia Adams The Southside Running Club was ready for my resistance. Especially, the de facto leader of the pack, Beth Deloria. [...]

Spirits

The World of Del Maguey Mezcal so good, I forgot how to count By Tony Cross Back in June, I was invited to dinner and a mezcal tasting by my good friends Bo and Suze. I first met the couple six [...]

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