As a kid, I spend my summers in Maine and Canada canoe-tripping through some of the most pristine lands in North America, but the forests that lined those rivers and lakes appeared as nothing but a green wall to me. It was all a giant beautiful mess of life that I could never piece apart or understand. So in the past 2 years, when I began paying closer attention to the plants I found around me here in Western North Carolina and the ones I've cultivated in my garden, that green wall began to disappear.Read More
The first inaugural Funk Collective, a gathering of independent breweries was held last night at Birds Fly South Ale Project in Greenville, SC.Read More
Metaphorically, the tables were set months ago as chef John Fleer began to dream up what would become A Seat at the Table. This inaugural event was held on the evening of May 9 at Fleer’s The Rhu and Rhubarb. The event was invite-only and sold out weeks in advance.
Photos by Jack Sorokin & Story by Brook van der LindeRead More
I spent a sunrise in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains standing on a pile of rotting food.Read More