March/April 2019

March/April 2019
March/April 2019

A nineteenth-century New York dairy barn becomes a contemporary home in East Asheville

Asheville-based East Fork Pottery scales it up

The Boone-based nonprofit Wine to Water combats the international water crisis

Discover your new favorite white wine this spring

A classic bite gets a modern makeover at Ambrozia Bar & Bistro

A flight is a great way to try multiple flavors. Beyond the standard beer and liquor offerings, these WNC eateries serve up some extraordinary samplers

Asheville’s new brewing collective serves up innovative suds

Long-time green thumb, author, and WNC resident Nan K. Chase offers a guide to gardening in the mountains

Adam Laufer’s treetop retreats blend modern living with childlike wonder

The scoop on WNC’s latest dining destinations

The French Broad combines multiple environments under one roof with French-influenced staples, a lengthy wine list, and original cocktails

“I wanted to paint things I could connect with and that other people could as well.”

A Mars Hill professor’s album notes nab a Grammy nomination

Love and optimism find common ground in three stylistically different new releases from WNC musicians

Seed Programs International celebrates 20 years of humanitarian aid

Kenny Pieper’s unbreakable passion for glass

Volunteer paddlers strive to save hemlocks in the Green River Gorge

A women’s group in Rutherford County repairs roofs for charity

Blue Ridge Conversions is making people feel at home in a bus

Spring into home improvement with two helpful resources

A garden coach can put you on the right path to a beautiful oasis