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THE GINKGO TREE

THE GINKGO TREE

No tree survives these conditions better than the fabled Ginkgo biloba, with its fan-shaped leaves. Even the most botanically illiterate New Yorker can recognize the tree when its buttery yellow leaves litter the sidewalks in the waning days of autumn. The easy identification is possible because no other tree produces…

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LIKE NOBODY’S WATCHING

LIKE NOBODY’S WATCHING

We’d been at the beach a couple of days. You don’t realize how much you’re escaping until you’re gone. You think you’re going for the pluses: the beach and the golf and the pool with the flume waterslide, but the minuses, the things you leave behind, count almost as much.…

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RITE OF SPRING

RITE OF SPRING

There is a moment, the split second when the first chords of music fill the air and the audience gets a glimpse at what is to come. That magical moment this past May—as the curtain rose on the Gaillard Center stage to reveal an astonishingly gorgeous wrought-iron gate behind which…

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LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS

LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS

Middleton Place Since 1741 4300 Ashley River Road, Charleston, SC Open Daily | 9am to 5pm 110 Acres Throughout Lowcountry history, the Middleton family has occupied a prominent place in politics and commerce. Henry Middleton (1717–1784), a wealthy planter with plantations throughout South Carolina, established Middleton Place as his family…

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OF BIRDS AND BOGEYMEN

OF BIRDS AND BOGEYMEN

More than Stonehenge, Sasquatch, and the pyramids combined, the hours and fortunes spent cracking golf’s code are unmatched. May we never solve the riddle, because it is golf’s mysteries—the allure of its punishment, the pride of its small victories, the soul-affirming tink of plastic rattling a metal cup—where we find…

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THE GINKGO TREE

THE GINKGO TREE

No tree survives these conditions better than the fabled Ginkgo biloba, with its fan-shaped leaves. Even the most botanically illiterate New Yorker can recognize the tree when its buttery yellow leaves litter the sidewalks in the waning days of autumn. The easy identification is possible because no other tree produces…

Read More

LIKE NOBODY’S WATCHING

LIKE NOBODY’S WATCHING

We’d been at the beach a couple of days. You don’t realize how much you’re escaping until you’re gone. You think you’re going for the pluses: the beach and the golf and the pool with the flume waterslide, but the minuses, the things you leave behind, count almost as much.…

Read More

RITE OF SPRING

RITE OF SPRING

There is a moment, the split second when the first chords of music fill the air and the audience gets a glimpse at what is to come. That magical moment this past May—as the curtain rose on the Gaillard Center stage to reveal an astonishingly gorgeous wrought-iron gate behind which…

Read More

LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS

LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS

Middleton Place Since 1741 4300 Ashley River Road, Charleston, SC Open Daily | 9am to 5pm 110 Acres Throughout Lowcountry history, the Middleton family has occupied a prominent place in politics and commerce. Henry Middleton (1717–1784), a wealthy planter with plantations throughout South Carolina, established Middleton Place as his family…

Read More

OF BIRDS AND BOGEYMEN

OF BIRDS AND BOGEYMEN

More than Stonehenge, Sasquatch, and the pyramids combined, the hours and fortunes spent cracking golf’s code are unmatched. May we never solve the riddle, because it is golf’s mysteries—the allure of its punishment, the pride of its small victories, the soul-affirming tink of plastic rattling a metal cup—where we find…

Read More