For Ross Landscape Architecture, moving into the Peggy Crosby Center was something of a homecoming.
Article Author: Donna Rhodes
There was probably an Aunt Zona somewhere in your childhood. And you probably turned out pretty normal. Right?
Strong Brew and the Demands of the Tax Man fed the resentments that boiled over into the Moccasin War.
Discover the wonders embedded within a block of wood at the meetings of the Franklin Wood Carving Club – 6:30 P.M. Thursdays at Franklin High School.
Highlands Playhouse bursts out of its Covid confinement with a bracing schedule focusing on crowd favorites.
Bette Crowder’s watercolors are almost magical in their creation, and they document the wonders embroidered upon the fabric of reality.
With its bracing slate of courses, the Center for Life Enrichment is the perfect tonic for post-pandemic sluggishness. To learn more or to register, call (828) 526-8811 or visit clehighlands.com.
Free concerts on Friday and Saturday nights provide the official Highlands Summer Soundtrack.
It’s a Frog Day Afternoon in Donna’s backyard, ending in a quick freezer slam.
Highlands Postmaster Baxter White brought a healthy dose of Mountain Fortitude to his responsibilities.