O.Henry Ending

Yellow Fever Or, walking a mile in someone else’s shoes By Cynthia Adams I deviate from the Interstate, in search of relief from endless roads with nothing to offer but exits. The town of Benson, [...]

The Accidental Astrologer

Steady-as-She-Goes! With the stars in level-headed Libra, balance is everything   By Astrid Stellanova Librans are no airheads, even though y’all know it is an air sign. Libra is the sign of [...]

October Almanac

By Ash Alder There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October. –Nathaniel Hawthorne   It happens [...]

Reverie Place

Richard Petty’s homage to the love of a lifetime By Ross Howell Jr.   •   Photographs by Lynn Donovan Imagine a love story. Let’s say it begins in 1958, when a 21-year-old man marries his [...]

Your New Cadillac Has Arrived

As another repurposed architectural gem is rescued by providence and sweat equity, a nearly century-old monument to American ingenuity promises to reignite a once vibrant neighborhood By Billy [...]

The Craftsmen’s Art

The warmth and good energy of Michael Walker’s bungalow and greenhouse By Maria Johnson    Photographs by Bert VanderVeen He went there three years ago, to the heart of Greensboro’s Irving Park, [...]

Design Lab

For Catherine and John Adcox, creating home interiors is an ongoing scientific experiment By Kristy Woodson Harvey Photographs by Bert VanderVeen               [...]

October 2017 Poem

Foggy Morning on 421   The fog is eating the mountains. A thick white cloud covers pine trees, rock faces, and wooden fences. Then the road disappears, with its helpful lines and warning [...]

Wandering Billy

Remembrance of Things Past A rolling farmers market, Pixy Stix and group fun at the Quakers’ final resting place   By Billy Eye “If time flies when you’re having fun, it hits the [...]


Fast and Furious In spite of its name, the nimble American redstart usually appears as a flash of orange   By Susan Campbell Whatís in a name? For one, misleading descriptors, especially [...]

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