Nationally-celebrated Baker and Author Amanda Wilbanks will sign her Southern Baked: Life with Pie and offer samples of her exquisite kitchen creations in a joyful celebration at Acorns Boutique, Saturday, December 12. She’ll continue to spread her sweet message with a series of events at Half-Mile Farm December 11-12.
Magazine Issue: 2020/12 - December
Highlands Playhouse has absorbed the lessons of its lost season and casts its gaze to a careful, confident future.
Art, like life, goes through many phases and periods.
There’s a loving message embedded in every wooden pen produced by Darren and Michelle Gillett.
Artist Cynthia Kinard’s transcendent works are testament to a lifetime of study and relentless refinement.
Just like their human counterparts, some Plateau residents are departing for sunnier climes, while others are settling in for a long winter’s nap. To learn more, watch Baby It’s Cold Outside. You can watch the premiere on the Highlands Biological Station’s Facebook page (@highlandsbiologicalstation) on Tuesday, December 15, at 1:00 P.M. or find it afterward on the Highlands Biological YouTube channel.
Chris’s French Broad River revelation should resonate with all of us, whenever we’re in the midst of nature.
Literally a canary in the coalmine, the Audubon Christmas Bird Count suggests a dire future for the birds of North America, even here on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau.
Our beloved gardening writer Jeannie Chambers signs off with a final column spotlighting the cherished Forget Me Not. We won’t Jeannie, we won’t.
Despite a pandemic global in scope, the devoted members of the Highlands Duplicate Bridge Club still manage to get their game on.