4th Street Bridge in Highlands, taken in 1906

A Bridge with Spirits, Highlands NC History

Improvements to Highlands’ Fourth Street were fueled by generous doses of medicinal tonic.

Top Five Leafy Greens

When it comes to healthy eating, deep green is pure gold.

Burlingame Extension

Burlingame Country Club is boosting membership thanks to an ambitious renovation program.

Baby, Look at You Now

Thrift shops, butchering photos of phantom children, and the nature of Art – Donna tackles the Mysteries of the Universe.

Devotion in Motion

For Obie Oakley, securing Highlands’ past relies on a clear vision of the future.

Highlands Food Pantry

The Highlands Food Pantry relies upon a generous community to fulfill its mission.

Ron Rash | Photo courtesy WCU

Celebration For Education

Bestselling author Ron Rash will headline the Literacy Council of Highlands’ A Celebration for Education fundraiser July 26. For tickets or more information, call (828) 526-0863.

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Left to Right: Cashiers Flags Co-chair, Jennifer Lownes  and chair, Mary Palmer Dargan, both of Dargan Landscape Architects

JoAnn Williams Walker at The Brier Patch in Highlands NC

by Davis Picklesimer Highlands Wine Shoppe

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 The quilt to be raffled to raise money for a scholarship.

Articles Results

Got Pots
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2018/08 - August
Jim Crabtree’s rural heritage serves him well in his new thriving career as a potter.  more
37th Season
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Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival’s epic 37th season relies upon its traditions of world-class musicians and bold, innovative programming choices.  more
A Band Re-born, Dusty Rose in Cashiers NC
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2018/07 - July
For Dusty Rose, the Adair Brothers Smokehouse’s house band, performing is the fulfillment of an almost forgotten dream for former high school buddies Carly Thompson and Seth Shuler.  more
A Banner Year, Cashiers Flags
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2018/07 - July
Let flags be unfurled and fanfares flare, The Cashiers Plein Air Festival comes to the Village Green.  more
A Bit of a Cut-up at Smitten of Highlands
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2018/05 - May
Phil Herzog’s unique vision transforms ordinary wood into astonishing works of art.  more
A Comedy Tonight!
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2017/06 - June
Comedy tonight! Highlands Playhouse’s premiere 2017 offering, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” is a bawdy, irresistible farce – July 13-29. For tickets or more information, call (828) 526-2695.  more
A Filet and a Play
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2018/03 - March
Highlands Cashiers Players will spotlight a quartet of funny one-act plays at its March Dinner Theater, March 15-17 and March 22-24.  more
A Mountain Faith Christmas
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2017/11 - November
International Bluegrass sensation The Mountain Faith Band will perform at the Highlands Performing Arts Center at 8:00 P.M. Friday, November 24.  more
A Passion for Painting
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2017/05 - May
The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers showcases the art of Pauline Marr.  more
A Roomful Of Wow!
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For singer-songwriter Geoff McBride, years of singing with passion and conviction have led to a comfortable home on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau, buoyed by fans across the Southeast.  more