Thursday Apr 17
New Belgium moving ahead on building North Carolina facility
New Belgium Brewing of Fort Collins announced Thursday that it will break ground on its $175 million, 133,000-square-foot brewery in Asheville, N.C. on May 1. The facility, which will add about 140 jobs to the country's third-largest craft brewery, will be used primarily for distribution of its beers to the East Coast.
The Mountaineer Publishing Company
United in Papertown
Last July, I moved to Canton, North Carolina - a town nestled between the mountains just west of Asheville and well known in the region for the paper mill that is the largest employer in the county.
The Brevard Music Center Launches the BMC Presents Series
The Brevard Music Center is excited to announce the launch of a new concert series during its 2014 summer festival.
Fitch Affirms Brevard College (NC) Revs at 'B+'
IMPROVING FINANCIAL OPERATIONS: The Positive Outlook reflects three years of slim but positive operating margins supported by enrollment growth, cost containments and gifts.
3 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Family Vacation
There's nothing more exhilarating than hitting the road with your family to explore all the wonders the world has to offer.
The Otago Daily Times
Aiming to attend camp in United States
Wakatipu High School pupil Baxter Thomas has been chosen attend a youth summer camp in North Carolina, a positive experience vouched by Wakatipu Youth Trust worker Rhys Smith who returns as a camp counsellor this year.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Steep Canyon Rangers bring bluegrass to FSU
Mike Guggino comes from the mountains of western North Carolina - a place where you can hear a lot of bluegrass music.
Western Carolina University continues old-time and bluegrass jam series Thursday, April 3
The 2013-14 First Thursday Old-Time and Bluegrass Jam Series at Western Carolina University's Mountain Heritage Center will continue Thursday, April 3, with a concert featuring the traditional string band Crooked Pine.
Asheville area fitness events and classes
$8 advance, $10 at the door, $5 ZIN members. For ages 13 and older. Seven instructors.
Asheville area art openings, receptions and classes
Cover techniques that include making a pinch pot, coil construction, throwing objects on the potter's wheel, glazing techniques with a bonus of making handles for pottery pieces.