Free talk on slavery in WNC Saturday in Asheville
Earl Ijames, N.C. Museum of History curator of African American history, will present a program on slavery and freedom twice on Saturday: at noon at the Mountain Gateway Museum in Old Fort, and at 4 p.m. in Asheville at the Western Regional Office of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, 176 Riceville Road in Asheville.
The Asheville Citizen-Times
Sometimes we can all fall asleep anywhere
I was sitting around with several friends one cold winter night - and we began discussing exhaustion and sleep.
Free program examines slavery and freedom in WNC on March 8
"African American history in North Carolina does not stop at the foothills, but extends west across the mountains," observes Earl Ijames, N.C. Museum of History curator of African American history.
Fromfarm to bun
Hot dogs have a reputation for being made from unsavory items. Of course, that didn't stop consumers from spending more than $1.7 billion on hot dogs in U.S. supermarkets in 2012.