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» Pieces of Mind
Habitat for Humanity contest winner drinks to invention
By Jen Nathan Orris | November 7, 2014 (People: People)

» Schooled on the Street
Asheville soul singer Lyric credits busking for her rise to acclaim.
By Robin Tolleson | November 7, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Found: More Sound
Asheville's beloved "re-percussionist" discovers he plays well with others.
By Tom Kerr | November 6, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Digging For Recovery
Local healer’s intervention method involves stirring up personal stories
By Dorothy Foltz-Gray | October 11, 2014 (People: People)

» Found in Translation
Locally written spellbook marks 10th anniversary to wide acclaim
By Tom Kerr | October 11, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» Montano's Peak
El Paso owner opens new upscale restaurant
By Tom Kerr | September 26, 2014 (Dining: Dining)

» It's a Hard Lox Life
Jewish food festival receives big honor
By Maggie Cramer | September 26, 2014 (Dining: Dining)

» No Place Like Autumn at OZ
Tales of the amusement park
By Tom Kerr | September 26, 2014 (People: People)

« Cover story Sep. 26, 2014
Cover Sep. 26, 2014
» Going Home Again: The Reawakening
Thomas Wolfe's 114th birthday, time to discover (or rediscover) Asheville's most famous author.
By Katy Nelson | September 26, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» The First Straw:
Scarecrows at Sky Top
By Blaise Covert | September 26, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» Shear Madness
The rough beginnings of fiber art
By Toni Sherwood | September 26, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» Life Changes A Love Story
By Marcianne Miller | September 26, 2014 (Movies: Movies)

» The Fiber of the Community
WNC upholds its vital ties to American Craft Week
By Norm Powers | September 24, 2014 (Art: Art)

» Under the Influence
Retro roots group explores the songs behind the songs
By Robin Tolleson | September 24, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Henderson County in a Bottle
Naked Apple Hard Ciders don't fall far from the tree
By Maggie Cramer | September 1, 2014 (Dining: Dining)

» "Cold" Grapes are Hot Topic
Heritage Farmer Introduces a Potentially Landscape-Changing Crop
By Toni Sherwood | September 1, 2014 (Dining: Dining)

» Murrine Life
Hendersonville glass artist who practices rare, ancient form is collected worldwide
By Norm Powers | September 1, 2014 (People: People)

» Space-Time Continuum
Long-running USS Alaric is the mothership of NC's Trekkie clubs
By Norm Powers | September 1, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

« Cover story Sep. 1, 2014
Cover Sep. 01, 2014
» Altered Scale
Guitarist Shane Parish (formerly Perlowin) was a teenager when he informed a relative that his goal in life was "to explore music." "I was listening to lots of thrash metal, and he informed me that I was exploring a very narrow path," Parish says with a smile.
By Robin Tolleson | September 1, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Fresh Air
Bids & Blues, a fundraiser for Thrive, keeps its legendary supporter, heads outside
By Tom Kerr | September 1, 2014 (Music: Music)


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