Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Home Vol. 2 Issue 3, June 1993
Currently viewing results 1 - 5
Chapel Hill native William McCranor Henderson, a former screenwriter and the author of I KILLED HEMINGWAY and STARK RAVING ELVIS, takes a walk down memory lane upon his return to the homestead.
Art gallery owner John Cram restored and redesigned Kenilworth Garden in Asheville, a series of twenty-three theme gardens, each suited to its topography, nestled in a wooded cove at the edge of a man-made lake.
Originally built in 1908, the Balsam Mountain Inn, near Waynesville, one of the last of western North Carolina's grand hotels, was restored and reopened in 1991.
For thirty-five years, the late Helen Watkins lovingly nurtured her Hillsborough garden of roses and camellias at the site of her historic home, Chatwood.
Since setting up his own pottery studio in Pittsboro in 1983, Mark Hewitt has become one of the state's most widely respected and enthusiastically collected craftsmen.