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Aug 2012
Eugene DuClos: Emerging Industrial Designer

Aug 2012
An Asian-inspired portobello dish leads the way to fall

Aug 2012
Local restaurants vie for first prize in the Best Dish contest

Jul 2012
Mixologist Josh Bailey calls upon a favored tea for his latest cocktail

Jun 2012
Spruce Pine gets saucy with a barbecue and bluegrass festival

Jun 2012
There are endless reasons we all fall for the mountains, but one enchants us above all others: This place feels like home in our hearts. Here, five writers share how their deep connections to these hills were forged with Sunday drives, old-time music, wildflower hikes, and through the discovery of inspiration and strength.

Jun 2012
Watch and learn during Cashiers annual plein air festival

Apr 2012
Pitcher yourself at Asheville's first Beer Week

Aug 2011
Appalachian State University students envision, design, and build a self-sufficient home in hopes of earning top honors.

Aug 2011
Enter the boundless world of an innovative artist

Jul 2011
One symphony is great, but three in WNC is something to brag about

Jul 2011
A Bryson City artist and vineyard team up to bring beauty to bottles

Sep 2010
In the centuries-old craft traditions of our area, the woodworking school at Haywood Community College may be a relative newcomer. But with more than 30 years of instruction, the intensive program continues to launch creative and highly skilled artisans into the world of furniture making and woodworking.

Sep 2010
Joel Queen expands on his legacy with contemporary and foreign influences

Jul 2010
For years, Grandfather Mountain served as the launch pad for high-flying gliders

Jun 2010
Traditional Scottish warriors gatherings still thrive today in WNC

May 2010
Playwrights: Brevard Little Theatre wants to see what you’ve got

Feb 2010
Check out two beer events where you can taste or test your skills

Feb 2010
A photo exhibit zooms in on the best of the Blue Ridge

Dec 2009
Jeff Pennypacker knows how to break the ice

Oct 2009
Open for Business: From downtown to the south side, explore the town that keeps reinventing itself

Sep 2009
For more than two decades, mill workers across the region played in a league of their own

Apr 2009
How Western North Carolina’s craft community became a $200 million force in our local economy

Mar 2009
Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa is cultivating the next generation of farmers.

Mar 2009
Get a taste of high-end fungi at the Truffle Festival

Mar 2009
In an effort to make a large swath of Western North Carolina more accessible by road, Madison, Yancey, and Mitchell counties must deal with growth and consequences

Mar 2009
For 50 years, tourist season at Chimney Rock Park opened with a rumble

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