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» The Village People
Flat Rock Village Bakery, part of the town's Little Rainbow Row, is fitted Lego-like inside a boutique gift shop.
By Blaise Covert | April 2, 2014 (Dining: Dining)

» The Plant Whisperer
John Murphy speaks softly about his accomplishments as director of Bullington Gardens, a public garden and horticultural center in Henderson County.
By Katy Nelson | April 2, 2014 (People: People)

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» The Best Words in the Best Order
Poetry, W.H. Auden once observed, is "the best words in the best order." This month, finding those words and their proper order will occupy much of downtown Tryon for its first-ever Poetry Festival.
By Norm Powers | April 2, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» A Flurry of Festivals
Festivals are sprouting up this April around Western North Carolina like spring flowers.
By Katy Nelson | April 2, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» A New Spin
April is the month of renewal and re-acquaintance with familiar pleasures, but few of us may realize that among the month's many welcome arrivals is Record Store Day.
By Norm Powers | April 2, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

» A Family Affair
At 14, 15 and barely 16 years old, the up-and-coming rockers of Posh Hammer credit all the right people with their early buzz.
By Robin Tolleson | April 2, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Love Among the Ruins
In Hiroshima, 14 years after it was destroyed by a nuclear bomb, new lovers remind one another of past loves and the personal cost of war.
By Marcianne Miller | April 2, 2014 (Movies: Movies)

» After the Academy Awards
By Marcianne Miller | April 2, 2014 (Movies: Movies)

» Alain Resnais Film Series
Each Friday in April
By Marcianne Miller | April 1, 2014 (Movies: Movies)

» August: Osage County 2.5
By Marcianne Miller | March 26, 2014 (Movies: Movies)

» Winter's Tale 4.5
By Marcianne Miller | March 26, 2014 (Movies: Movies)

» 18 Ways to See: An Exhibition at Upstairs ArtSpace
An upcoming exhibit at Upstairs Artspace in Tryon features some of the more unconventional artists who have appeared in the pages of Bold Life over the past 11 years
By Norm Powers | March 5, 2014 (Art: Art)

» 18 Ways to See: Program Guide
Snake handlers, train hoppers, avenging angels and more are freed from the margins at "18 Ways to See" opening at Upstairs Artpace in Tryon on March 22.
March 4, 2014 (Art: Art)

» CD Review: Too Late to Ask Now
What if Cajun folk asked Appalachian folk music to dance?
By Brent Fleury | March 4, 2014 (Music: Music)

» CD Review: Love is Covered in Dust
A new CD from Yes the Raven.
By Brent Fleury | March 4, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Lessons from the Worm Lady
Vermicomposting with the Mystics 101
By Rebecca Sulock | March 1, 2014 (Culture: Culture)

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» On the Road Again
All of the dues paid on the road began reaping rewards for Underhill Rose in 2013. The Asheville-based trio's fan-funded country-soul release, Something Real, made the Americana Music Association's year-end Top 100 for airplay.
By Robin Tolleson | March 1, 2014 (Music: Music)

» Track and Field
The Bull and Beggar Genre-Hops With Inspired Charcuterie
By Blaise Covert | February 28, 2014 (Dining: Dining)

» Molasses Makers and Moonshiners
Filmmaker aims to preserve a rich, resilient culture
By Kate O'Connor | February 28, 2014 (People: People)

» Goodbye Country Life
No one in Stephanie Moore's family thought the organizational fervor of their little girl was odd, even when she started categorizing the contents of her closet using ticker tape labels.
By Norm Powers | February 26, 2014 (People: People)

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