A chainsaw in deft hands with strong arms liberates bears and eagles and woodland creatures inside local logs.
Article Category: Arts in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
For Mary Lou Carpenter, life in the mountains is a daily-delivered invitation to create.
A lifetime of moods and melodies find their expression when Mike Kinnebrew takes the stage at Fireside at The Farm, December 9 at The Farm at Old Edwards. For information, visit oldedwardshospitality.com/fireside.
The arrival of Laura Moser and Merrell Thompson on the Plateau Art Scene makes so much sense when you look at all the factors involved. For Laura, it began with […]
Everything Old is New again, right? Well…as far as Drive-in Theaters are concerned, that is. The Highlands Performing Arts Center has opened a “temporary” drive-in theater in the Laurel Street […]
Handwork is becoming increasingly rare in any type of clothing because the skills required are scarce and the costs prohibitive. Only occasionally does someone depart from machinemade ware and […]
Every once in a while, you find an artist who just strikes you and your gallery, and one who may not exactly fit the framework, but who is too awesome […]
Time finally ran out. The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers held open the hope that it could still sponsor the annual Fall Colors Fine Art Show the third weekend of October […]
Deena Bouknight’s second novel, Playing Guy offers a distinctively humanistic Southern fable – a tale told with irony and pathos, it’s a story of redemption. The novel has some of […]
Mary Catherine English says she’s a Late Bloomer. Most folks say she’s anything but. At 50, Cathy reinvented herself, going back to college to get a teaching degree. After […]