The Galax (Christ School, Arden)—A short walk around Pack Square in Asheville takes in a wealth of architectural masterpieces.
Mountain Xpress—A new book by rock critic Bill Kopp tells the story of how the band rebuilt after losing their “Crazy Diamond.”
Mountain Xpress—The author of The Girls of Atomic City explores how Biltmore was created an survived the vicissitudes of the Vanderbilts' fortunes.
INDY Week (Raleigh/Durham, NC)—Brevard native Natalie C. Anderson spins a tale of Africa and a refugee seeking revenge.
Mountain Xpress—Before Jamestown, before the Lost Colony, Spanish conquistadors settled briefly near Morganton.
Mountain Xpress—Inspired by his neighbor's tragic death, local author Allan Wolf tells a story of teens wrestling with what it means to survive and remember.
Mountain Xpress—Recent discoveries at Garden Creek, near Canton, suggest it served as a center for native crafts—nearly 2000 years ago.
Mountain Xpress—Remembering Franklin's Alexander Key, author of Escape from Witch Mountain and other classic children's titles.
Mountain Xpress—How Asheville's flow artists use props to boost mental and physical health.
Mountain Xpress—The Asheville Medieval Collective uses swordplay to foster honor and community.
aginginplace.com—A consumer guide to various aids that allow seniors with mobility issues to bathe themselves more easily.
aginginplace.com—A guide to deciding between home care and assisted living for an elderly loved one.
aginginplace.com—Falls are one of the greatest threats to seniors’ independence. This widely-distributed fact sheet provides information on how to confront this threat.
Asheville Citizen-Times—An article about single-gender classrooms written for Carolina Day School and contributed to the local newspaper.
Carolina Connection, (Carolina Day School, Asheville, NC)—A veteran athletic director looks back on his career and the athletic program he built.
Christ School Magazine—An alumni magazine article about one graduate's hair-raising adventure in a small private plane.