Terry Conway

For the past 15 years Terry has been a contributing writer to a wide variety of national and regional magazines and daily newspapers covering topics such as the art world, travel, history, music, the environment, business entrepreneurs, the sport of thoroughbred racing, and the world of horses. In 2010 he began contributing historical horse racing stories to ESPN.com. Terry has been a regular contributor to The Hunt since 2003.

Website: http://www.terryconway.net

Terry Conway's Articles


  • National Dog Show

    National Dog Show

    1,500 stellar canines strut their stuff.



    Birthday gifts come in all sizes and shapes. For his 54th, Willistown’s Steve Sansone received a Giant Schnauzer named Bacchus. The canine…
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  • Keeping Them on Their Toes

    Keeping Them on Their Toes

    Principal dancer Ian Hussey brings grace and physicality to the Pennsylvania Ballet.



    Dark clouds fill the morning sky as a parade of dancers files into the Louise Reed Center for Dance on North Broad…
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  • The Healing Hands of One Local Equine Surgeon

    The Healing Hands of One Local Equine Surgeon

    Dr. Mike Ross helps countless horses get back on their feet.



    On a chilly, bright morning at the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center, Dr. Michael Ross dons his surgical scrubs and, with…
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  • A Tale of Two Chefs

    A Tale of Two Chefs

    Brian Sikora and MacGregor Mann are making the Brandywine Valley a gourmand’s paradise.



    Brian Sikora As the sun dipped behind a grove of oak and hickory trees last September, I joined a stream of guests…
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  • Linking Art and the Environment

    Linking Art and the Environment

    The Brandywine River Museum of Art debuts an ambitious new program.



    Nearly a half century ago trouble was brewing near the peaceful village of Chadds Ford. George “Frolic” Weymouth…
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  • Passion on the Vine

    Passion on the Vine

    Giovanni Bonmartini-Fini’s family has been cultivating vineyards since 1947.



    Perfect rows of vines scallop the surrounding hillsides where Barone Fini grapes are grown in as natural a manner as possible in…
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  • Jamie’s World

    Jamie’s World

    Exhibition Traces the Wide Arc of Wyeth’s Career Over Six Decades



    He lives his life and paints his pictures from the vantage point of isolated islands. James Browning Wyeth’s connection to Monhegan Island—10…
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  • Vinyl Making a Comeback

    Vinyl Making a Comeback

    Record Stores Like Grooves and Tubes Deliver the Goods



    Newspapers are shrinking, flip phones are disappearing, and vinyl records are back. Though they aren’t going to replace digital music, records are…
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  • Farm-to-Table Feast

    Farm-to-Table Feast

    Foodies enjoy summer alfresco dinners inside Haskell’s bank barn



    Think about it. What’s the best way to enjoy a farm-to-table dining experience? My vote is for alfresco dining on an actual…
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  • The Lure of Art and Land Conservation

    The Lure of Art and Land Conservation

    Exhibition spotlights artists’ appreciation of region’s natural beauty



    For more than two centuries, the Brandywine Valley has been celebrated for its picturesque streams, rich farmlands, dazzling gardens, abundance of mills,…
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  • Stone Harbor Celebrates Centennial

    Stone Harbor Celebrates Centennial

    Historic beach town remains popular tourist attraction



    Perched 400 feet above the Atlantic, hanging below a large, bright blue parachute, are a man and woman parasailing. They soar through…
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  • Seeking Out Soft-Shells

    Seeking Out Soft-Shells

    May marks the beginning of crunch time for these seasonal delicacies



    There's no getting around it: Soft-shell crabs cause quite a ruckus. You either love them, or not so much. Pick one up…
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  • Like Old Times at The Meat House

    Like Old Times at The Meat House

    Chadds Ford business ‘steaking’ its claim



    As a small boy, I used to tag along with my grandparents on visits to the neighborhood butcher shop. I still can…
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  • An Epicurean Journey

    An Epicurean Journey

    Tampa hotel gives culinary vacationers something to sink their teeth into



    Over the past decade, the pop culture prestige of chefs has risen dramatically, evolving them into the rock stars that have foodies…
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  • St. Petersburg’s Renaissance

    St. Petersburg’s Renaissance

    Dalí is Part of Dynamic New Downtown



    Talk about an extreme makeover. Once taunted for its green benches, bingo nights, and sluggish snowbirds, today St. Petersburg, Fla., is a…
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  • Fork in the Road

    Fork in the Road

    Northbrook: Country Comfort



    They come in droves and leave clutching paper bags stuffed with old-fashioned cinnamon-dusted apple cider doughnuts. Moist and golden, sturdy yet delicately…
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  • One Day in Pompeii

    One Day in Pompeii

    World Premiere of Riveting Exhibition at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia



    Daybreak, August 25, 79 A.D. Pompeii, with its 20,000 residents, is a thriving commercial center located a few miles from the Bay…
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  • Into White

    Into White

    The Question is Simple: Is White Really a Color?



    There are differing opinions among color theory purists whether white should be considered a color at all, since it represents the absence…
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