O.Henry Ending

Chief And the art of moving on   By Nancy Oakley “That was our hand-washing station,” he says, pointing to a snapshot of an orange Igloo cooler. The photograph is neatly laid out in a column [...]

The Accidental Astrologer

Mystery Men and Women Sexy and secretive Scorpio vamps it up in November   By Astrid Stellanova Sugar, here’s wishing all your champagne and caviar birthday wishes will come true. For [...]

November Almanac

In the evenings I scrape my fingernails clean, hunt through old catalogues for new seed, oil work boots and shears. This garden is no metaphor — more a task that swallows you into itself, earth [...]

Radiant Bride

The Weir-Jordan house is firmly wedded to Greensboro’s past By Billy Ingram   •   Photographs by Amy Freeman For the last 171 years, the veranda at the Weir-Jordan House at 223 North Edgeworth [...]

Physician, Heal Thyself

Five local doctors use art to heed time-honored biblical advice   Dr. Bobby Doolittle  Dobro Cures What Ails You By Grant Britt   •   Photograph by Sam Froelich There’s an instrument in Dr. [...]

Patron Saint of The Farm

How an unheralded pioneer of women’s golf created a life of meaning and joy By Jim Moriarty    Charlie Griffin hadn’t given up golf, exactly; he’d just taken a 30-year sabbatical. Senior advisers [...]

Fickett’s Charge

Five friends, a thousand paintings and the extraordinary legacy of Greensboro’s finest street artist By Maria Johnson   •   Photographs by Lynn Donovan It was a twist worthy of Maggie’s [...]

The Neighbor’s Pears

The Neighbor’s Pears The last of the pears dot the neighbor’s yard, their taut green skins giving way to brownish pulp. Yellow leaves flung from wind-tossed branches scud across our lawns like [...]

Wandering Billy

The Beat Goes On From hippie days to now, Tate Street keeps on keeping on By Billy Eye “Do I want the Seventies to come back? No. The haircuts were terrible. Everyone stank. The food was awful.” [...]


The Bald Eagle Flies Again Though still endangered in these parts, our national symbol is on the rise By Susan Campbell Anyone who has had the good fortune to spot a bald eagle, whether soaring [...]

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