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Community Foundation of Henderson County - 2013 Report to the Community Community Foundation of Henderson County
May 29, 2013
2013 Report to the Community
Cover Story
By Norm Powers - April 2, 2014
The Best Words in the Best Order
The Lanier Library Poetry Festival
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.
Art
18 Ways to See: An Exhibition at Upstairs ArtSpace 18 Ways to See: An Exhibition at Upstairs ArtSpace
By Norm Powers - March  5, 2014
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
18 Ways to See: Program Guide
March 4, 2014
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.
Junk and Disorderly
By Norm Powers - January 29, 2014
Artist Bobbie Polizzi's fantastical constructions
Drawing on History
By Bridget Conn - January 28, 2014
Hands-on art project spurs kids to dig deeper
Drawing a Blank (Slate)
By Bridget Conn - January 7, 2014
Phillip McGuire embraces white space with his intricate drawings
A Flurry of Festivals A Flurry of Festivals
By Katy Nelson - April  2, 2014
Festivals are sprouting up this April around Western North Carolina like spring flowers.
A New Spin
By Norm Powers - April 2, 2014
Independent music stores celebrate Record Store Day
Lessons from the Worm Lady
By Rebecca Sulock - March 1, 2014
Vermicomposting with the Mystics 101
Crimes of the Art
By Norm Powers - February 26, 2014
James Bond investigates
Mission-ary Zeal
By Dorothy Foltz-Gray - January 31, 2014
Bruce Johnson creates an ideal classroom for Arts & Crafts aficionados.
The Plant Whisperer The Plant Whisperer
By Katy Nelson - April  2, 2014
John Murphy speaks softly about his accomplishments as director of Bullington Gardens, a public garden and horticultural center in Henderson County.
Molasses Makers and Moonshiners
By Kate O'Connor - February 28, 2014
Filmmaker aims to preserve a rich, resilient culture
Goodbye Country Life
By Norm Powers - February 26, 2014
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.
Do-Si-Do
By Katy Nelson - February 1, 2014
Where it's hip to be square
The Village People - Cozy bakery teems with loyal regulars, hungry wayfarers The Village People
By Blaise Covert - April  2, 2014
Cozy bakery teems with loyal regulars, hungry wayfarers
Track and Field
By Blaise Covert - February 28, 2014
The Bull and Beggar Genre-Hops With Inspired Charcuterie
Salad Days
January 30, 2014
New Bakery-Deli at Rezaz Lives Up to Its Owner's Legacy
City Limits
By Blaise Covert - January 7, 2014
The Native is serious about insider food in an outsider locale
A Family Affair - Posh Hammer siblings make some noise A Family Affair
By Robin Tolleson - April  2, 2014
Posh Hammer siblings make some noise
CD Review: Too Late to Ask Now
By Brent Fleury - March 4, 2014
What if Cajun folk asked Appalachian folk music to dance?
CD Review: Love is Covered in Dust
By Brent Fleury - March 4, 2014
A new CD from Yes the Raven.
On the Road Again
By Robin Tolleson - March 1, 2014
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.
Noah 5.0 Noah 5.0
By Marcianne Miller - April 15, 2014
Quick Take: A man promises God he will build an ark to save all animals from a world-wide flood.
Enemy 3.5
By Marcianne Miller - April 15, 2014
Quick Take: Lots of questions, few answers, in this disturbing mind trip, in which a bored history professor finds his exact double and life as he knew it comes to a screeching halt.
The Grand Budapest Hotel 4.5
By Marcianne Miller - April 15, 2014
Quick Take: The concierge of a grand hotel, with his young protégé, tries to maintain decency in Europe between the world wars.
Love Among the Ruins
By Marcianne Miller - April 2, 2014
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.
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