Extreme Close-Up For photographer and painter David Wasserboehr, God is in the details By Nancy Oakley   A patch of blue becomes a patchwork of aqua, white, violet and a subtle trace of [...]

True South

The Child Files Kids say, well, whatever pops into their blessedly sweet heads By Susan S. Kelly Whenever “the world is too much with us,” as William Wordsworth so prettily put it, or current [...]


Revved Up Artist Jan Lukens heads up an exhibit for Revolution Mill’s revitalized gallery By Billy Ingram Can three guys in their 60s revolutionize the local art scene? Discover for yourself on [...]

Drinking with Writers

The Third Person Project In search of Wilmington’s buried and forgotten past By Wiley Cash   •   Photographs by Mallory Cash   As his 2011 essay collection Pulphead makes clear, John [...]

Smoke and Memory

Both are easily gone in a puff   By Jim Dodson On a cool and misty autumn afternoon not long ago, I found myself taking up a secret pleasure I’d abandoned years ago. While doing book [...]

The Accidental Astrologer

Long Live, Libra! And Scorpio, too By Astrid Stellanova In the mists of ancient time before pumpkin spice lattes, Star Children, we only had golden pumpkins, autumn leaves, marigolds and [...]

Gate City Journal

The Secret Lives of Beekeepers Once they catch “bee fever,” sweet fulfillment is theirs   By Cynthia Adams   Ah, hive sweet hive! Nobody runs a tighter ship, nor a more orderly home, [...]

Fresh Start

Gardening guru Ellen Ashley creates her very own spot in Paradise By Jim Dodson   •   Photographs by Amy Freeman   “This house,” declares Ellen Ashley with an emphatic grin, “is really [...]

The Neighborhood Where You Live

The Gardens of Westerwood Earthly delights proliferate in this century-old neighborhood Story and Photographs by Lynn Donovan In October 1919 an ad appeared in a Greensboro newspaper introducing [...]

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