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PineStraw Magazine The Art & Soul of the Sandhills PineStraw Magazine is an award-winning magazine of uncommon literary and artistic vision that explores everything from the thriving arts community to our passions for homes and gardens.

We celebrate the best of food and wine, and indulge our love of the outdoors. You’ll read about remarkable people who have shaped the Sandhill’s past and others who are busy creating its exciting future. Moreover, every issue presents outstanding short fiction and poetry, essays and features that touch the heart and stir the soul.

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How are you getting into the autumn spirit?
10/04/2022
Almanac - PineStraw Magazine

How are you getting into the autumn spirit?

October is the wisdom weaver, spinning the invisible to light, capturing the ephemeral, then letting it all go — again and again. On this crisp autumn morning, waves of yellow leaves release themselves to the damp earth, and golden light illuminates a silver orb. Glistening with beads of dew, the ...

Jump into autumn with October's Pinestraw. See the Walter Hines Page book club, a fresh take on Blackbeard the pirate, p...
10/01/2022

Jump into autumn with October's Pinestraw.

See the Walter Hines Page book club, a fresh take on Blackbeard the pirate, purpose driven art by Scott Avett and more.

AUGUST Our summer reading issue is out on stands now. Enjoy short stories from Lee Smith, Clyde Edgerton, Ron Rash and m...
08/02/2022

AUGUST

Our summer reading issue is out on stands now. Enjoy short stories from Lee Smith, Clyde Edgerton, Ron Rash and more!

Rare bird alert. If you're lucky you may spot one of these roseate spoonbills in late summer or early fall. Last summer,...
07/29/2022
Birdwatch - PineStraw Magazine

Rare bird alert. If you're lucky you may spot one of these roseate spoonbills in late summer or early fall. Last summer, there were reports of these unique birds around the state.

Rare Bird Alert Keep an eye out for the roseate spoonbill By Susan Campbell With its bright pink body, the roseate spoonbill is certainly the most distinctive and garishly colored bird in North America. And what about that odd bill? Although their typical range does not include North Carolina, spoon...

Rum, anyone? Learn something new about three unique styles of rum from Tony Cross, who runs cocktail catering company Re...
07/20/2022
In the Spirit - PineStraw Magazine

Rum, anyone? Learn something new about three unique styles of rum from Tony Cross, who runs cocktail catering company Reverie Cocktails in Southern Pines.

Rum, Anyone? Three styles to pique your curiosity By Tony Cross I love rum. On its own; stirred in Ti’ Punch; shaken ice-cold in a daiquiri; in a box; with a fox. I love rum. This probably comes as no surprise. Whenever I get a chance to splurge, I’ll order more than a few bottles […]

07/10/2022
What does July have in store for you? See our tea leaf astrologer.
07/05/2022
Tea Leaf Astrologer - PineStraw Magazine

What does July have in store for you? See our tea leaf astrologer.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22) If ever you’ve ridden a drop tower — one of those gut-in-your-throat “free fall” rides at the carnival — then you can imagine what it feels like to know and love a Cancer. But only those born under the influence of this cardinal water sign know what it’s like...

Vinh Luu is living the American dream. From leaving Saigon in 1979 as a refugee to living right here in the Sandhills do...
07/04/2022
Heir to a Legacy - PineStraw Magazine

Vinh Luu is living the American dream. From leaving Saigon in 1979 as a refugee to living right here in the Sandhills doing work that helps protect the troops, "He feels as though he's come full circle."

“Vinh is a good example of what America should be about — and has been about. This is why we are a country of immigrants, and this is why it is a dream.”

Read more about his journey here:

Vinh Luu and the American Dream By Amberly Glitz Weber Photograph by Tim Sayer One early morning in 1979, Vinh Luu’s parents dressed him and his six siblings as if for school, before leading them cautiously out into the dark city streets of Saigon. Beneath those outfits, they wore as much clothing...

Add something new to your bookshelf this month.
07/03/2022
Bookshelf - PineStraw Magazine

Add something new to your bookshelf this month.

July Books FICTION The Ruins, by Phoebe Wynne If you are in need of a riveting Gothic novel set on the dazzling French coast, this is your next read. A group of abhorrent, self-absorbed British school chums gather at a French chateau with spouses and children in tow. As old secrets surface and bad b...

If you're planning a beach getaway for the long weekend, enjoy this nostalgic take on vacations along the Carolina  coas...
07/02/2022
Hometown - PineStraw Magazine

If you're planning a beach getaway for the long weekend, enjoy this nostalgic take on vacations along the Carolina coast by Bill Fields while you're on the way.

Beach Dreams Catching a wave and a sno-cone By Bill Fields The town where I have lived for a long time has lovely public beaches on Long Island Sound. I’m grateful to get a sticker for my car each spring and have access to them. There have been plenty of peaceful, breezy afternoons by the […]

July features the complete summer spread between savory recipes, The American Dream, A Founding Father, The National Pas...
07/01/2022

July features the complete summer spread between savory recipes, The American Dream, A Founding Father, The National Pastime and more. Get yours on stands now.

Nashville comes to Aberdeen at the Neon Rooster. "Inside voices, be gone." See Jenna Biter's take on this new music venu...
06/16/2022

Nashville comes to Aberdeen at the Neon Rooster. "Inside voices, be gone." See Jenna Biter's take on this new music venue in downtown Aberdeen.
https://pinestrawmag.com/crossroads-11/

Find your next summer vacation read here on our June bookshelf.
06/04/2022
Bookshelf - PineStraw Magazine

Find your next summer vacation read here on our June bookshelf.

June Books FICTION It All Comes Down to This, by Therese Anne Fowler The Geller sisters — Beck, Claire and Sophie — are a trio of strong-minded women whose pragmatic, widowed mother, Marti, will die soon and take her secrets with her. Marti has ensured that her modest estate is easy for her fami...

We're gearing up with the rest of Southern Pines for the U.S. Women's Golf Open. Read about these powerhouses and how th...
05/28/2022
Powerhouses of the Pacific - PineStraw Magazine

We're gearing up with the rest of Southern Pines for the U.S. Women's Golf Open. Read about these powerhouses and how they're changing the game.

By Bill Fields Se Ri Pak, who retired from a Hall of Fame career in 2016, didn’t compete in the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open, but as sure as there was drama during a topsy-turvy final round at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, her enduring influence on golf was clear. By winning the U.S. Women’s [....

Every photo tell a story and Sandhills travelers have a lot of tales to tell. Send us your travel photos to be featured ...
05/05/2022

Every photo tell a story and Sandhills travelers have a lot of tales to tell. Send us your travel photos to be featured under our "Where in the World?" section of our weekly PineBuzz newsletter. Email us your photos at [email protected].

This photo is from Falmouth, Massachusetts, submitted by Debra Smith.

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See what's happening in the area this May in PinePitch: https://pinestrawmag.com/pinepitch-29/
05/04/2022
PinePitch - PineStraw Magazine

See what's happening in the area this May in PinePitch:
https://pinestrawmag.com/pinepitch-29/

Antiques Roadshow, Right Up the Road Since 1985 antiques and collectibles dealers have gathered to display their wares in the village shops and along the streets of Cameron’s historic district. Like wine — and people — it only gets better with age! Head up the road for a free event with more t...

April is for . Tell us who your favorite poet is in the comments.https://pinestrawmag.com/national-poetry-month/
04/26/2022
National Poetry Month - PineStraw Magazine

April is for . Tell us who your favorite poet is in the comments.
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Words and Music Riffs By Shelby Stephenson Hiram Larew turns loose the syllables like steam on water in his 2021 book, Mud Ajar, from Atmosphere Press. His words do not sink up in stirred up mud. At times I feel as if I can almost see through the mud, as the poet shakes form and […]

STORY OF A HOUSE: Residential RenaissanceThe cottage, Inchalene, sits next door to Weymouth and was once owned by Eleano...
04/25/2022

STORY OF A HOUSE: Residential Renaissance

The cottage, Inchalene, sits next door to Weymouth and was once owned by Eleanor Boyd. This white stucco English Tudor “cottage” was built in 1923. The current owners say “The house itself is a work of art.”

Read more about the home on the cover of this months PineStraw in our current issue or online. https://pinestrawmag.com/residential-renaissance/

If you live in the Sandhills, chances are you've heard this woodpecker. https://pinestrawmag.com/birdwatch-47/
04/25/2022
Birdwatch - PineStraw Magazine

If you live in the Sandhills, chances are you've heard this woodpecker.
https://pinestrawmag.com/birdwatch-47/

Knock, Knock Who’s there? Red-bellied . . . By Susan Campbell Here in central North Carolina, we are fortunate enough to share the landscape with six different species of woodpeckers. With pileateds being the largest and downys being the smallest, the red-bellied woodpecker is about in the middle....

For our April home and garden issue we brought back the "hot list," highlighting trends in home styling.  Jason Oliver N...
04/23/2022
Hot Trends - PineStraw Magazine

For our April home and garden issue we brought back the "hot list," highlighting trends in home styling. Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke from Madcap Cottage complied these examples for your spring home refresh. https://pinestrawmag.com/hot-trends/

Spring Forward By Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke Green Goddess Gardening has had a massive resurgence since the pandemic began, so formerly forlorn front yards are displaying a newfound floral bounty. Trees have been trimmed, flowers are blooming blowzily, and stone masons have been busily craft...

It's Earth Day, celebrate with planting. "If you dislike hot summer gardening and bugs, perhaps you will enjoy just plan...
04/22/2022
The Kitchen Garden - PineStraw Magazine

It's Earth Day, celebrate with planting.

"If you dislike hot summer gardening and bugs, perhaps you will enjoy just planting an early garden for a fresh harvest. April allows for further variety. Weather conditions are transitioning, and that is reflected in the soil temperatures."

See more about the benefits of April gardening here:
https://pinestrawmag.com/the-kitchen-garden-47/

To Everything a Season And spring is for digging in the dirt By Jan Leitschuh These are the best of days, weather-wise. In the Sandhills, dogwoods and azaleas swell, turning our area into a fairyland. The garden stores and centers see a brisk business in April, as sunny days and pleasant temps lure....

April is National poetry month. We joined  for “Poetry by the Pond” last Sunday with Gary Phillips. Each Sunday at 4 p.m...
04/12/2022

April is National poetry month. We joined for “Poetry by the Pond” last Sunday with Gary Phillips.

Each Sunday at 4 p.m. Weymouth is hosting outdoors with different North Carolina Poets.

Just how sweet is the simple life? Read about it here: https://pinestrawmag.com/simple-life-47/Comment your favorite thi...
03/27/2022
Simple Life - PineStraw Magazine

Just how sweet is the simple life? Read about it here:
https://pinestrawmag.com/simple-life-47/

Comment your favorite thing to bake.

The Baker’s Assistant How sweet it is By Jim Dodson Not long ago, my wife, Wendy, joined 47 million foot soldiers of the Great Resignation by retiring early from her job as the longtime director of human resources for Sandhills Community College. She loved her job at the college. It was fun and fu...

“What the Moon Knows” is our featured poem this month. Whether you’re a night owl or an early bird, the moon is inspirin...
03/25/2022

“What the Moon Knows” is our featured poem this month. Whether you’re a night owl or an early bird, the moon is inspiring to all.

https://pinestrawmag.com/poem-14/

Happy second official day of spring. Here's your March Almanac.https://pinestrawmag.com/almanac-17/
03/21/2022
Almanac - PineStraw Magazine

Happy second official day of spring. Here's your March Almanac.
https://pinestrawmag.com/almanac-17/

March By Ashley Walshe In March winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds and something pulls inside of us too. — Jean Hersey March is an age-old prophecy: a great thaw followed by a riot of life and color. Some said it would start with a single daffodil. A field of [.....

March Magazines are in. On our cover Kim Reidelbach and Ryan Graham recreate the cover of Manly Wade Wellman’s 1985 nove...
03/01/2022

March Magazines are in. On our cover Kim Reidelbach and Ryan Graham recreate the cover of Manly Wade Wellman’s 1985 novel John the Balladeer.

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Your weekend cocktail recipes, courtesy of Tony Cross. Try these out and let us know what you think. https://pinestrawma...
02/18/2022
In the Spirit - PineStraw Magazine

Your weekend cocktail recipes, courtesy of Tony Cross. Try these out and let us know what you think.

https://pinestrawmag.com/in-the-spirit-47/

Just the Two of Us Cocktails you don’t have to post on social media By Tony Cross This month is for the couples. Yes, love is in the air . . . or is it the sound of greeting card and chocolate companies rubbing their hands together, ready to rake in millions? Maybe it’s both. […]

"We think of love as we celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th but, hopefully, we focus on it the other 364 days as well,...
02/14/2022
Good Natured - PineStraw Magazine

"We think of love as we celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th but, hopefully, we focus on it the other 364 days as well, creating a lifestyle for ourselves. Start your day with feelings of love and spread it everywhere with everyone." - Karen Frye

Happy Valentine's Day.
https://pinestrawmag.com/good-natured-46/

The Season of Love One day is just the beginning By Karen Frye We think of love as we celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th but, hopefully, we focus on it the other 364 days as well, creating a lifestyle for ourselves. Start your day with feelings of love and spread it everywhere with everyone. [....

If you're looking for activities to get you through this winter month, check out our events calendar. You can also find ...
02/11/2022
Calendar - PineStraw Magazine

If you're looking for activities to get you through this winter month, check out our events calendar. You can also find them at the back of each issue.

*Please note that events are subject to change.

February's Calendar: https://pinestrawmag.com/calendar/

Although conscientious effort is made to provide accurate and up-to-date information, all events are subject to change and errors can occur! Please call to verify times, costs, status and location before planning or attending an event.

Dreaming of your treehouse getaway? Our featured house this month is available for nightly rentals. The octagon house on...
02/09/2022

Dreaming of your treehouse getaway? Our featured house this month is available for nightly rentals. The octagon house on stilts sits among other pod style homes by the lake in Pinehurst.

Read more: https://pinestrawmag.com/story-of-a-house-18/

FEBRUARY -  Magazines are out now. Have you gotten yours yet?
02/05/2022

FEBRUARY - Magazines are out now. Have you gotten yours yet?

Start your weekend with some whimsy. Discover the nearly 100 forest  hidden in Rassie Wicker Park, Pinehurst, North Caro...
02/04/2022
Look Gnomeward, Angels - PineStraw Magazine

Start your weekend with some whimsy. Discover the nearly 100 forest hidden in Rassie Wicker Park, Pinehurst, North Carolina. Read about the secret of this park and its inhabitants below.

https://pinestrawmag.com/look-gnomeward-angels/

The secret life of Rassie Wicker Park By Claudia Watson • Photographs by Laura L. Gingerich It was dawn, the hour when the sun’s rays bloom golden through the forest treetops and the birds speak to an invisible world. The air was chilly and leaves crunched underfoot as I stopped to pick up […]

Weymouth’s cultural mecca turns 100 • Boyd House •Boyd House has served many purposes over the years and has housed hund...
01/13/2022

Weymouth’s cultural mecca turns 100 • Boyd House •

Boyd House has served many purposes over the years and has housed hundreds of in-resident writers. Read more about the Boyd family, the house, and it’s ties to the community in your January PineStraw.

Hello January! We’re starting our year  at . 2022 is starting off warm here in the Sandhills but this dreamy cover makes...
01/02/2022

Hello January! We’re starting our year at . 2022 is starting off warm here in the Sandhills but this dreamy cover makes us ready for some snow. January magazines are out now!

Love decorating? Why not decorate for the birds? Make it a family project and spread the holiday joy! — Drape with tradi...
12/17/2021

Love decorating? Why not decorate for the birds? Make it a family project and spread the holiday joy!

— Drape with traditional strings of popcorn and cranberries or other dried fruits for the bluebirds and the blue jays.

— Hang homemade suet on pine cones for the chickadees and nuthatches.

— Nestle shallow cups with sunflower seed or millet on the thickest branches for the cardinals and titmice.

— Smear peanut butter on the bark to attract woodpeckers and wintering warblers

The lives of this 1792 Zwerger violin and 1905 Blüthner piano first intertwined through sisters performing in Munich, Ge...
12/16/2021

The lives of this 1792 Zwerger violin and 1905 Blüthner piano first intertwined through sisters performing in Munich, Germany, in the early 1900s. The rise of N**i rule changed everything for Germany’s Jewish population. Because of the new laws, the sisters could no longer play and eventually fled the country.

Read more on how these instruments were reunited years later— and where! Grab a magazine or visit our website.

“These instruments represent the history of my own family, and of so many Jewish families — their voices represent survival. This violin was not quieted. She still speaks.”

STORY OF A HOUSE: This minimalist home has all the right touches of Christmas, everything in scale and taste. Teresa Mar...
12/09/2021

STORY OF A HOUSE: This minimalist home has all the right touches of Christmas, everything in scale and taste.

Teresa Marshall and Rick Kline were married in their new home last December.

Hollyfield Design helped to transform the space for an with arrangements perfect for the holidays and an intimate wedding.

Their decision to marry in December ensured that Christmas will always be doubly special. As for the house they built for their wedding and beyond:
Serene. Beautiful. Absolutely perfect.

Read more about the interior of this house in this month’s PineStraw.

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The most jolly month of the year is finally here and so is December’s PineStraw! We know you’ll love this month’s visual...
12/06/2021

The most jolly month of the year is finally here and so is December’s PineStraw! We know you’ll love this month’s visuals.

This gorgeous cover is part of our Nutcracker feature, a fantastical journey through the Four Realms. Find it on page 94.




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↘️ Read an excerpt in PineStraw Magazine from "Art of the State: Celebrating the Visual Art of North Carolina" by Liza Roberts, on sale November 2022 from your favorite bookseller (and available now for preorder)
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to this article published a year ago in PineStraw Magazine (Jan 2021 issue).

And an update on what has happened since then:

-- is back! Shows began to open and re-open on a rolling basis starting in August 2021. Though there were some canceled performances in the weeks leading up to the end of the year and early January, extra precautions are in place for cast and crew and audience, there’s lots of testing, and none of the 19 shows currently running have canceled performances this week. Some shows have already completed their scheduled limited runs; others opened/re-opened and closed or have gone on hiatus with plans to resume performances later this year. And as always, there'll be a new crop of Broadway shows in the spring.

--And yet, if you were to return to New York, New York, you might find that a favorite restaurant or local shop has closed, or is operating with limited hours. Tourism is certainly back somewhat, but not fully. Plenty of people are still working from home or hybrid.

--Judson Theatre Company is back! We resumed live performances with our production of Yes, Virginia at Bradshaw Performing Arts Center's Owens Auditorium in November, and will have more live shows later this year.

--JTC has produced five offerings for streaming/radio thus far. We produced and streamed an online version of Yes, Virginia, in partnership with regional theatres around the country. And we started a new chapter in our long relationship with Muirfield Broadcasting Star 102.5FM WIOZ 550AM : we’ve collaborated with them on plays. Thus far we’ve produced Miracle on 34th Street, An Affair to Remember, Angels in the Outfield, and Little Women.

Is everything back to the way it was before March 2020? No, not at all. But we remain optimistic about what the future holds.

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WOW! I am blessed beyond measure! We have 3 of our couples featured along with our work featured in other Ads and articles in the PineStraw Magazine!
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I am so grateful for all the love and support, truly honored! Seeing it all laid out like this, just has me in awe. Pouring our hearts into our work to see it on display, I’m speechless.
Thank you to everyone who’s contributed to our success over the years!! I love you all!

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PineStraw Magazine spotlights YES, VIRGINIA with an interview with playwright/director Stan Zimmerman, nominee Mindy Sterling and favorite Arnetia Walker. We even made the cover of the November issue!

See the show at Bradshaw Performing Arts Center Nov. 18-21. Tix: JudsonTheatre.com.



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Do you have an interest in golf and would love to learn more about the sport and the courses among the Carolinas? We have the perfect event for you with Lee Pace and the editor of the PineStraw Magazine, Jim Moriarty! Join us at The Country Bookshop tomorrow evening (Tuesday, October 12th) at 6pm as Lee Pace talks about his book Good Walks with Jim Moriarty.

In his newest book Good Walks, Pace describes his experience walking 18 different golf courses and explaining the multiple health benefits of walking the course instead of taking a golf cart. Not only does Pace write about the Carolinas being the heart of the sport, he also features three local courses: Pinehurst #2, CCNC Dogwood Course, and Pine Needles.

Click the link below to register to the FREE event!

https://ticketmesandhills.com/events/lee-pace-good-walks-10-12-2021
The Home of American Golf is hosting another Championship Event – what else is new? 😏 ⛳

Read this Golftown Journal by Lee Pace about the Junior Amateur and the history of The Country Club Of North Carolina! United States Golf Association - USGA PineStraw Magazine



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Thank you to Business North Carolina for being a presenting sponsor of the 2021 Pinehurst Barbecue Festival, along with the rest of our media partners: Walter Magazine, O.Henry Magazine, PineStraw Magazine, The Sway, The Pilot Newspaper, Seasons Style and Design, and SouthPark Magazine! www.pinehurstbarbecuefestival.com
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By some random turn of events a couple weekends ago, was photographed for PineStraw Magazine and even made the cover of the Home & Garden Issue! To say we are excited and flattered is an understatement. The decor would not have been as beautiful without some statement pieces from local businesses such as the The Design Market, Sandhills ReStore, and Sleepy Poet Antique Mall - Charlotte. Don’t forget to support small businesses when curating special pieces for your home and pick up your copy of this month’s PineStraw issue when you’re in town!
David Connelly, a self-described wannabe architect, purchased the dull, dated but well-built “brownie house” on half an acre in 2000 and went to work. (From PineStraw Magazine)
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