Susan Stafford Kelly

Susan Stafford Kelly was raised in Rutherfordton. She attended UNC-Chapel Hill and earned a Master of Fine Arts from Warren Wilson College. She is the author of Carolina Classics, a collection of essays that have appeared in Our State, and five novels: How Close We Come, Even Now, The Last of Something, Now You Know, and By Accident. Susan has three grown children and lives in Greensboro with her husband, Sterling.

Travel

Tryon: Horse Country

Poised to become a world stage for equestrian sports, this Foothills town of rolling pastures and woodlands is home to some 1,600 residents — and one horse for every 2½ people.

Central

Call of the Wild

On this aerial adventure in Guilford County, channel your spirit animal — and test your courage — among the trees.

Arts

NC Primer: Scene in NC

Two major movies filmed partly in North Carolina continue to excite fans years later.

Life

North Carolina’s Amazing Lakes

The mountains and the sea may bookend our state, but the story in between is all about our lakes: cool, calm, and always nearby, just waiting for the fishing trips and cannonballs that make summer complete.

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