• High Country Cultural Festival Yields Collateral Benefits

    written by CARL DANBURY  Each summer for the past 33 years, the Office of Arts & Cultural Programs at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, has orchestrated an eclectic celebration of music, dance, theater, visual arts and film programming. The six-week long event, An …

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  • An Estate of Tranquility

    Family Reunions, Fishing Trips and Multi-Generational Getaways Demand It written by CARL DANBURY | photography courtesy of CARL DANBURY; STOCK.ADOBE.COM; NEWMAN-DAILEY PROPERTIES Sometimes three generations need three floors. Sometimes, they require separate housing altogether. Imagine gathering three adult couples – a set of grandparents, parents and a …

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  • American Pastimes

    Retracing the High Style of the Sporting Life to Aiken, South Carolina written by COLLEEN ANN MCNALLY | photography courtesy of THE WILLCOX; THOROUGHBRED COUNTY A JOCKEY, IN A GREEN uniform with yellow polka dots, greeted me upon arrival at The Willcox in Aiken, South Carolina. …

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  • California Cruisin’

    Choose Your Own Adventure from Switchbacks to Spas written by HEATHER KW BROWN | photography courtesy of STOCK.ADOBE.COM; AUBRIE PICK; RUSH CREEK LODGE; CHATEAU MONTELENA; FOUR SISTERS INNS; CALISTOGA RANCH Every once in a while, life sends us to places that come with a sense …

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  • Retreat to Racing Town

    Elkhart Lake Beckons Holiday Travelers  written by JENNIFER COLOSIMO | photography courtesy of JENNIFER COLOSIMO; THE OSTHOFF RESORT; ROAD AMERICA December, for many of us in the South, means long shopping lines and hours manning a sugar-cookie-filled oven. For a small part of the population …

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