A Voice to be Reckoned With Meaning, the inner voice that drives the dulcet tones of Abigail Dowd   In January of last year, Abigail Dowd released her first album. Her second one, Not What I [...]


Fine Feathers The unmistakable yellow-rumped warbler arrives with spring   By Susan Campbell The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising and the birds are definitely paying [...]

The Four Masters

An enduring springtime ritual shared by a quartet of golf-loving friends By Jim Dodson “Without question,” says Greensboro’s Keith Bowman with a gentle smile. “It’s been quite a journey.” “Seems [...]

Gate City Journal

Freedom’s Spring When Jackie Robinson Came to Greensboro   By Doug Orr It was on an early spring day, almost 70 years ago, at a baseball game at the old War Memorial Stadium in my [...]

Full House

The artful life of Bill Crowder and Joe Hoesl By Nancy Oakley   •   Photographs by Amy Freeman     On a bright sunny morning, Bill Crowder, wearing a black apron over his sweater vest [...]

In The Spirit

A Sparkling Alternative How carbonated water can bring your “mocktail” to the next level   By Tony Cross At the beginning of the year, some folks embark on the journey known as “Dry [...]

O.Henry Ending

One, Two, Cha-Cha-Cha Learning the dance of life   By Mamie Potter Mr. and Mrs. Guyes were the tallest parents in the neighborhood. Mrs. Guyes had dark eyes and blond hair sprayed and teased [...]

Book Excerpt

This World Is Not My Home An excerpt from Lost Places: On Losing and Finding Home   By Cathryn Hankla Mother, a pirate, lying on the living room couch where children seldom roamed much less [...]

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