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» Moving Experience
By Blaise Covert | October 1, 2013 (Dining: Dining)

» Picky Eaters
By Norm Powers | October 1, 2013 (People: People)

» Open Windows
Poet Holly Iglesias finds her 'sturdy child'
By Katy Nelson | October 1, 2013 (People: People)

» A River Runs Through It
By Katy Nelson | October 1, 2013 (Culture: Culture)

» Revolutionary Images
By Rebecca Sulock | October 1, 2013 (Culture: Culture)

» Down to Earth
By Katy Nelson | October 1, 2013 (Culture: Culture)

» Indelible Imprints
By Joanne O'Sullivan | October 1, 2013 (Art: Art)

» Art that Works
October 1, 2013 (Art: Art)

» Mac's Back in Town
By Robin Tolleson | October 1, 2013 (Music: Music)

« Cover story Oct. 1, 2013
Cover Oct. 01, 2013
» A Song of Her Own
Singer Kat Williams' Fearless Performance
By Robin Tolleson | October 1, 2013 (Music: Music)

» A Mature Love Story
October 1, 2013 (Movies: Movies)

» The Heat 4.5
By Marcianne Miller | October 1, 2013 (Movies: Movies)

» Closed Circuit 4.0
By Marcianne Miller | October 1, 2013 (Movies: Movies)

» Blue Jasmine 5.0
By Marcianne Miller | October 1, 2013 (Movies: Movies)

» Lee Daniels' The Butler 5.0
By Marcianne Miller | October 1, 2013 (Movies: Movies)

» Brightly Sinister
Dark stories lurk in Asheville art show
By Carolyn Comeau and Bridget Conn | September 15, 2013 (Culture: Culture)

» Not Too Delicate for Deep-Fried Spam
Lovely tea room doubles as a comfort food sanctuary
September 8, 2013 (Dining: Dining)

» Forging a New Path
Nature loving couple expand the Perry Rudnick Nature Trail
By Marcianne Miller | September 8, 2013 (People: People)

» Down Home, High Culture
Opera gala premieres in Saluda
By Leigh Wills | September 8, 2013 (Culture: Culture)

« Cover story Sep. 8, 2013
Cover Sep. 08, 2013
» A Space In-Between
A work of art may speak in many tongues, changing its message according to the viewer, but the work of Hendersonville artist Costanza Knight seems especially suited to the task. Inhabiting the fluid ground between representational and abstract, her watercolors, acrylics and drawings may invite multiple interpretations but share a deep understanding of our need for emotionally textured narrative.
By Norm Powers | September 8, 2013 (Art: Art)


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