The Peggy Crosby Center is powered by an abiding sense of community and a compassionate call to service.
Article Author: Donna Rhodes
Donna’s uncovered one of the Universal Truths about Last Year and, we suspect, the years going forward.
A trio of innovators made their way to Highlands and enriched the Plateau.
For Annell Metsker’s evocative portraits, the life of the heart is always the heart of the matter.
Though she’s updated its appearance and tweaked its stable of artists, Susan Whiteside Williams has preserved her father’s generous animating spirit in The William Whiteside Art Gallery. Discover for yourself at 1057 US 64 West in Cashiers or visit whitesideartgallery.com
A newly-invigorated calendar promises that there won’t be any Sleepy Season for Highlands Playhouse.
Glass artist Beth Bowser was fascinated with stained glass creations as a child. Perhaps the transcendent way light shone through the church windows was a calling not only to glass […]
Ansley Tolleson’s passion for the beauty of Highlands is evidenced by her designs appearing in homes around the world and, as a matter of fact, this magazine.
Eleonore Raoul Greene brought a generous, progressive spirit to every endeavor she undertook. She’s still remembered in Highlands.
Nancy Mackoviak’s tin-dency to rummage and forage brought her to a new avenue of artistic expression.