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Bookopolis 2014: Printmade Artist Books Free and open to the Public on Friday, Sept.
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Unlike larger book festivals, the Carolina Mountains Literary Festival deliberately sets out to create a "festival of ideas."
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A simple hand-carved wooden sign marks Western North Carolina's oldest known African-American cemetery.
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The clothing will be showcased in rooms throughout Biltmore House in groupings inspired by the fictional show and by real life at Biltmore, the grand Vanderbilt estate of the same era.
Every two-year legislative session, General Assembly lawmakers propose laws that raise eyebrows, generate chuckles around the Legislative Building or are simply a little weird.
Pictured here: Fire spinners at the Aug. 31 Lexington Avenue Arts and Fun Festival.
Every Monday for 11 weeks, starting Sept. 8, new and seasoned musicians showcase original songs in front of an audience and panel of judges.
She may refer to herself as a "Georgia cracker," but Janisse Ray is sowing the seeds of a food revolution.
Keller began studying composition, theory and guitar in 1995 with instructor Joe Marquand.
Asheville/ Canton - Gus Albert Mills, 78, of Asheville and a former resident of Canton entered his Heavenly home Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014.
The Larry Keel Experience kicked off New Mountain 's outdoor stage series last weekend.
Mrs. Hill is the daughter of the late Roy R. and Vernie Naomi Rash. Mr. Hill is the son of the late Cecil W. Hill, Sr. and Nannie C. Hill.
Sahar Fakhoury is Asheville Gallery of Art featured artist for September. A reception for her show,"Fragments of Time and Space," is scheduled for Friday, September 5, 2014, 5-8 p.m. The public is cordially invited.
Pictured is Commissioner Jefferson Strickland with Haley stone at the Youth Summit.
We have re-imagined our design in a bold new way. Before we roll it out for everyone, we are giving select readers an opportunity to try out the new design.
It's 1976, and Joseph Bathanti, former North Carolina poet laureate, is leaving his native Pittsburgh in a 1969 VW Beetle that lacks a reverse gear.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:38 pm
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