Coming Home

  By DeBorah Salomon • Photograhs By John Gessner I want this to be about the house, not me.” Maureen Clark, wearing a owing brown tunic with crocheted trim over pants nipped at the ankle, sits at her butcher-block kitchen counter surrounded by tiles and pottery...

Up with Chickens

Don’t look now, fluffy bums are taking over – and making friends – all over town  The evolution of dogs from predator to household pet took many thousands of years. Man’s best friend might have to make room for a swiftly evolving newcomer to the family pet...

A Best Kept Secret…

  It shouldn’t be surprising, but it seems that people don’t know about Woodlake when they come to Pinehurst for golf and decide to stay.  The area  has been renowned  as a golf mecca attracting world class golf to the sand and the pines for over a hundred years.  But...

Pinehurst Golf and Linksland

There is a fascinating story in this week’s New Yorker about getting “rid of the lush and plush” on golf courses and going “back to the lyrical imprecision of playing over natural country.”  While John McPhee is writing about the British Open, his points relate...