A Leap of Faith

A Leap of Faith Finding shelter from one storm after another By Cynthia Adams  •  Photographs by Amy Freeman By 2017, Rick and Randy Burge-Willis had had enough of a historic and gorgeous — but [...]

Wandering Billy

The Prez of Jazz Night Getting into the groove on Sunday evenings By Billy Eye It’s too exciting for words … so they had to set it to music! — movie trailer for Blues in the Night (1941) I’ve [...]

Tea Leaf Astrologer

Pisces (February 19 – March 20) The only difference between a mythical creature and a Pisces is that a mythical creature believes in itself. Pisceans are magical by nature and naturally psychic. [...]

The Creators of N.C.

The Lost Treasure of Home Jonas Pate and his runaway hit Outer Banks By Wiley Cash  While there is plenty of mystery in the breakout Netflix smash hit Outer Banks — everything from a father lost [...]

From the Editor

From The Editor It is the first mild day of March: Each minute sweeter than before … There is a blessing in the air — William Wordsworth March can be a fickle month, but having grown up in the [...]

Life’s Funny

What a Gas A lesson on finding what you need By Maria Johnson A dark green cylinder. About the size of a football. Says “Coleman” on the side. White label. Red-and-black print. I know exactly [...]


Cleanup on Aisle 2 The vulture’s role in the ecosystem By Susan Campbell Vultures: All of us have seen them. Maybe it’s been passing a group feasting on a recently killed animal by the side of [...]

The Pleasures of Life

Ode to a Daffodil Acres of yellow blooms beckon the splendor of spring By Lindsay Morris In the evening Alice sat on her grandfather’s knee and listened to his stories of faraway places. When he [...]


March Books Compiled by Shannon Purdy Jones After an entire winter spent indoors (and especially this COVID winter) spring feels like I’m shedding a winter cocoon and stepping back out into the [...]

Citizen Jim’s Latest Hurrah

Citizen Jim’s Latest Hurrah With the announcement of the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite, a legendary mayor cements his legacy By Jim Dodson  •  Photograph by Mark Wagoner On a sunny afternoon late [...]

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