The mountainous Black Bear Lodge’s logo etched in stone has personal meaning to Billie and Carol Anne Hanks, the owners of the lodge.
Article Author: Luke Osteen
Lake Toxaway has been inviting people to slow down for over 100 years.
Bird Barn & Garden, opening in The Shops at Cashiers Common, is an insider’s destination for all who cherish our
feathered neighbors and the artistry of a carefully-composed landscape.
Executive Chef Ed Selle takes the reins of Canyon Kitchen at
Lonesome Valley’s culinary program.
Just what the doctor ordered: Calders Coffee Cafe serves up palate-pleasing beverages, comfort food that soothes something deep inside, and healthy doses of conversation. It’s located at 384 Main Street in Highlands.
An ambitious program to help you and your neighbors cope with the ongoing stresses of 2021 is being offered on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. To learn more and to participate, email [email protected].
Oakleaf Flower and Garden, which has become a must-visit Highlands retail destination over the last 15 years, has transformed itself into an even more beguiling Main Street gallery.
Local fields and gardens are abuzz with a bit of good news emanating from Lake Toxaway and Killer Bees Honey.
The Bridge at Mill Creek is hosting a pair of Wine Events to celebrate Bear Shadow, April 23 and 24. Reservations are a necessity – call (828) 526-5500.
Cashiers Valley Smokehouse is serving up the cure for Covid-Cramped Craziness. It’s located at 281 US 64 West. To place an order, call (828) 547-2096.