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Life of Pie Life of Pie
By Kate O'Connor - September  1, 2014
Legendary author Tom Robbins reads from his "Absolutely True" memoir
Appetite for Instruction
By Maggie Cramer - August 27, 2014
Henderson County portion of ASAP Tour is big on demonstrations
Different Drummers
By Tom Kerr - August 20, 2014
Goombay returns with a pumped-up vibe
Celebrity Smoke Signals
By Blaise Covert - July 11, 2014
Ever since Barack and Michelle Obama visited 12 Bones Smokehouse in Asheville during the president's first term, there's been an extra flame fueling the already naturally competitive barbecue business.
Community Foundation of Henderson County
June 19, 2014
2014 Report to the Community
Cover Story
By Katy Nelson - September 26, 2014
Going Home Again: The Reawakening
Asheville's literary giant has a new day
Thomas Wolfe's 114th birthday, time to discover (or rediscover) Asheville's most famous author.
Art
The Fiber of the Community - WNC upholds its vital ties to American Craft Week The Fiber of the Community
By Norm Powers - September 24, 2014
WNC upholds its vital ties to American Craft Week
Hot for Pots
By Dorothy Foltz-Gray - August 30, 2014
Wood-fired "cougar kiln" attracts artists of a certain age
The Mark Less Made
By Bridget Conn - August 4, 2014
Penland Graduate Finds Honesty in the Abstract.
The Write Stuff
By Bridget Conn - July 11, 2014
Former teacher Erin Keane is drawn to the craft of making books
Gathering of the Shutterbugs
By Norm Powers - June 1, 2014
Carolina Camera Club shows off
Found in Translation Found in Translation
By Tom Kerr - October 11, 2014
Locally written spellbook marks 10th anniversary to wide acclaim
The First Straw:
By Blaise Covert - September 26, 2014
Scarecrows at Sky Top
Shear Madness
By Toni Sherwood - September 26, 2014
The rough beginnings of fiber art
Space-Time Continuum
By Norm Powers - September 1, 2014
Long-running USS Alaric is the mothership of NC's Trekkie clubs
Her Story
By Toni Sherwood - August 6, 2014
Women's Museum Opens With Local and Worldwide Exhibits
Digging For Recovery
By Dorothy Foltz-Gray - October 11, 2014
Local healer’s intervention method involves stirring up personal stories
No Place Like Autumn at OZ
By Tom Kerr - September 26, 2014
Tales of the amusement park
Murrine Life
By Norm Powers - September 1, 2014
Hendersonville glass artist who practices rare, ancient form is collected worldwide
Heavy-Metal Music
By Toni Sherwood - August 30, 2014
Mountain State Fair blacksmith plays only originals
Montano's Peak - El Paso owner opens new upscale restaurant Montano's Peak
By Tom Kerr - September 26, 2014
El Paso owner opens new upscale restaurant
It's a Hard Lox Life
By Maggie Cramer - September 26, 2014
Jewish food festival receives big honor
Henderson County in a Bottle
By Maggie Cramer - September 1, 2014
Naked Apple Hard Ciders don't fall far from the tree
"Cold" Grapes are Hot Topic
By Toni Sherwood - September 1, 2014
Heritage Farmer Introduces a Potentially Landscape-Changing Crop
Under the Influence - Retro roots group explores the songs behind the songs Under the Influence
By Robin Tolleson - September 24, 2014
Retro roots group explores the songs behind the songs
Fresh Air
By Tom Kerr - September 1, 2014
Bids & Blues, a fundraiser for Thrive, keeps its legendary supporter, heads outside
Altered Scale
By Robin Tolleson - September 1, 2014
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.
Festival of the Decade
August 11, 2014
For its tenth, triumphant birthday, award-winning Harvest Records in West Asheville, owned by Mark Capon and Matt Schnable, will stage Transfigurations II.
Life Changes A Love Story Life Changes A Love Story
By Marcianne Miller - September 26, 2014
In the 1966 song "Eleanor Rigby," The Beatles asked, "All the lonely people, where do they all come from?"
Sins of the Irish Fathers
By Marcianne Miller - August 20, 2014
The wonderful thing about Calvary is that it's so Irish. There's the sea-smashing County Sligo scenery, the lovely bard-like language, the goddess-wailing music, and the dark humor roiling under its sadness.
A Snowy Tale Heats Up Summer Screens
By Marcianne Miller - August 4, 2014
Snowpiercer is an astonishingly good movie, one that truly deserves the appellation of "brilliant."
Baby Dragons to the Rescue
By Marcianne Miller - July 11, 2014
How to Train Your Dragon 2 is the most fun I've had in a movie theatre in ages — and just one week ago I had thought nothing could ever top Disney's live action stunner, Maleficent. Not only did I not want Dragon 2 to end, but I was bummed that I couldn't immediately watch it all over again.
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