Poem Summer 2019

“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date.” — Sonnet 18, William [...]

From the Editor

The Garden Wagon Of dirt and a famous old road By Jim Dodson I call her The Pearl. She’s a 1996 vintage Buick Roadmaster Grand Estate station wagon — a true American land yacht with fake wood [...]

Hidden Gem

Garden Geeks’ Paradise Edgefield Plant & Stone Center appeals to anyone with a passion for plants By Jim Dodson • Photographs by Lynn Donovan “We’re garden geeks,” says Cindy Jones with a [...]

Tickled Pink

Anne Rainey Rokahr’s colorful, eclectic style By Nancy Oakley   •   Photographs by Amy Freeman In Anne Rainey Rokahr’s world, there are, quite literally, no shades of gray. “It’s depressing!” [...]

Wine Country

The Champagne Name It’s not just any old bubbly  By Angela Sanchez Champagne is classic, timeless, associated with elegance and class. It is a mark of distinction and celebration. The sound of [...]

Homewords

Flood Zone The fragility of a shelter from the storm By Brian Faulkner We got rained on big time last summer. You may remember. A gazillion gallons of water fell in our neighborhood, as much as [...]

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