2016 Issues

Triad RRG – Fall 2016 Issue

View the Digital Magazine In this Issue... Bears and snakes, bees and poison ivy, wood nettles and hypothermia… nothing deterred Kevin Adams from preparing the third edition of North Carolina Waterfalls for John F. Blair Publishers. More than 250 waterfalls are included… from Maggie Valley and Cherokee to the Uwharrie Mountains near Asheboro. And what better time than fall [...]

2019-01-23T15:13:36-04:00September 26th, 2016|2016 Issues|

Triangle RRG – Fall 2016 Issue

View the Digital Magazine A Letter From the Publisher We’re Growing... We are pleased to welcome aboard Kim Westbrook-MacDonald who joined Carmen Varnell on the staff of The Triangle Retirement Resource Guide in July and is already putting her mark on the magazine. Kim is returning to the workforce after a sabbatical to raise her daughter Madison. Her work [...]

2019-01-23T15:26:39-04:00September 23rd, 2016|2016 Issues|

Triad RRG – Summer 2016 Issue

View the Digital Magazine In this Issue... Art museums were uncommon 75 years ago when Gregory Ivy opened the Weatherspoon on the Woman’s College campus. It was the first art museum in the UNC system and second in the state, following the opening of Charlotte’s Mint Museum in 1936. Today it is a hidden gem in the art world [...]

2019-01-23T15:15:03-04:00June 17th, 2016|2016 Issues|

Triangle RRG – Spring 2016 Issue

View the Digital Magazine A Letter From the Publisher... Beer dates back to the dawn of civilization. The Code of Hammurabi, our oldest code of laws, regulated beer houses, enforcing the death penalty if brewers watered down the house brew. Egyptian Pharoah Khufu paid his slaves in beer while they built his resting place, the Pyramid at Giza. The [...]

2019-01-23T15:22:56-04:00June 1st, 2016|2016 Issues|

Triad RRG – Spring 2016 Issue

View the Digital MagazineIn this Issue...Beer dates back to the dawn of civilization. The Code of Hammurabi, our oldest code of laws, regulated beer houses by enforcing the death penalty if brewers watered down the house brew. Egyptian Pharoah Khufu paid his slaves in beer while they built his final resting place, the Pyramid at Giza. The ancient Babylonians were [...]

2019-01-23T15:12:34-04:00April 13th, 2016|2016 Issues|

Triangle RRG – Winter 2016 Issue

View the Digital Magazine A Letter From the Publisher... It was 1977 when the idea of a North Carolina Mountains to the Sea Trail was first proposed. With the highest mountain east of Pikes Peak and the second largest coastline on the east coast, North Carolina offers an extraordinary variety of natural resources to view. In the ensuing years, [...]

2019-01-23T15:20:35-04:00January 1st, 2016|2016 Issues|

Triad RRG – Winter 2016 Issue

View the Digital Magazine In this Issue... “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin,” Shakespeare wrote more 500 years ago. That was the thought when the idea of a North Carolina Mountains to the Sea Trail was first proposed forty years ago. With the highest mountain east of Pikes Peak and the second largest coastline on the [...]

2019-01-23T15:16:30-04:00September 10th, 2015|2016 Issues|
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