For Highlands Rotarian Tom Graham, the annual golf tournament is simply one aspect of Rotary’s all-important fund-raising activities in support of worthy causes here and across the world.
Article Author: Deena Bouknight
Morocco in the mountains? We’re as startled as you. But here’s the thing – a whimsical design aesthetic and extraordinary attention to detail ensure that this Highlands getaway is endlessly surprising.
At the core of Rusticks’ 30-year history is an endlessly-surprising inventory and a concierge level of customer service.
Find out for yourself at 32 Canoe Point in Cashiers.
For poet Richard Betz, a lifetime of observations and silent reveries has found expression in his first book, Bells in the Night. You’ll find copies at Shakespeare &å Company, 204 North 4th Street in Highlands.
Local author Susan Posey walked the miles of her ancestors to deliver A Home on Wilder Shores.
An innovative program of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians aims to restore the majestic American Chestnut to the forests of Western North Carolina.
Though this magazine is passionate about spotlighting people, and places and events for you to discover here on the Plateau, we recognize that sometimes we all need to Get Off The Mountain. Here’s our Deena’s take on one of her favorite destinations.
The Center for Life Enrichment will introduce Plateau audiences to internationally-acclaimed author Ron Rash on Tuesday, September 7.
Murder and mayhem make their way to the Plateau in author Christopher Swann’s rural-noir A Fire in the Night. He’ll appear at Hudson Library at 12:30 P.M. Saturday, September 25, to talk about A Fire in the Night and his two previous novels.
For Dr. John Baumrucker, manning a table at Highlands Marketplace every Saturday morning in Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park is simply a happy chore for a God-given mission.