Such a short little touch of whimsy this will be that you may wonder why I am writing it. If nothing more, this encourages
If you want to know more about an artist at his easel and a musician at his piano in the twentieth century in Rock
As I look back over the various women whom I have interpreted for audiences at historical venues, each in the form of an original
Just off the long stretch of highway known as Catawba River Road (or U.S. Hwy 21), nestled on a curve of the Catawba River, lies Landsford Canal State Park. This gem of a park is comprised of nearly 450 acres of a diverse group of historic and natural attractions. The ruins of the old canal and excellent stonework that diverted water from the Catawba can still be explored throughout the park. Throughout the park, the wildlife photography opportunities are endless, and a special treat is the bald eagle.
The SCDNR is asking the public to help find highly invasive Fig buttercup
Help the South Carolina Picture Project Crowd Source York County From rail bridges to entire stretches of highway, South Carolina’s landmarks are disappearing and we
Southern Food Junkie: Low Country Boil, a Summertime Favorite Great for Memorial Day or 4th of July, there’s nothing more southern than a low country
Shopping and gift-giving can mean so much more This article was originally featured in the January 2018 issue of the Rock Hill Reader entitled “Resolutions”.
Years ago, when I was teaching at the College of William and Mary, students in my class who were members of a fraternity asked
It’s no secret that Rock Hill is home to history. But the ability to incorporate this former textile community’s past in symbolic representation in