March 2012

March 2012
Turn your eyes to the skies this spring for a glimpse of WNC's fastest bird of prey—the peregrine falcon

Flat Rock Playhouse celebrates its diamond anniversary

Pick a Pendant to illuminate your home

The relics of architect Rafael Guastavino's estate, Rhododendron, hint at a rich life

Between Old Fort and Marion, make a detour for quaint Pleasant Gardens

Boogerman Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Round-trip: 7.4 Miles, Difficulty: moderate

The legacy of master mason James Vester Miller lives on in Asheville's historic edifices

A 10-day course empowers participants with back-to-the-land skills

For esteemed sculptor Michael Sherrill, the best is yet to come

Make your skin happy with these locally crafted soaps

The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine teaches the ways of nature’s remedies

Truly magnificent gardens need time and attention to flourish - coaxed and nurtured by guiding hands and verdant vision. Peter and Jasmin Gentling spent the last 40 years creating just such a landscape on Sunset Mountain. Welcome to Blue Briar Garden.

The Pimm’s Cup, a refresher from overseas, makes a splash

Ready your fork for a culinary cook-off in Highlands