Paul Clark

Paul Clark
Asheville-based East Fork Pottery scales it up

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

Red pandas take up residence at the WNC Nature Center

Ring in the holidays with a handbell concert

Set the tone for the holidays with a new show from Flat Rock Playhouse

A Polk County entrepreneur’s soap business is making waves in biofuels research

A lunchtime accident launches a line of linens

Cherokee and Clay counties stand to attract wine lovers with a newly designated grape-growing region

Asheville couturier Anna Toth dishes on denim, fashion feats, and her new fall line

County: Madison Population: 868

Take a trip back in time on the Craggy Mountain Line

Home Free Bagels uplifts the homeless

LEGO sculptures bring new wildlife to the N.C. Arboretum

Gallery owner Brie Castell brings the realm of fine art photography to the Asheville scene

A former lumberyard in Brevard is reclaimed as a budding arts district

At just 18, Chef Michaila Cowles Cosmus welcomes diners to Huckleberry’s in Lake Lure

Natalie Pollard brings urban homesteading tools and know-how to the masses

Entrepreneur Joel Friedman builds community in Marshall

This year, MerleFest honors the life and legacy of one of the country's greatest pickers

Leaving old age in the dust, 89-year-old Charles Dotson keeps on running

After 123 years, the Soldiers Reunion in Newton holds strong to its roots

Meet Ann Sharpsteen, Brevard's biggest cheerleader

Horses lead the way to healing and strength for students at Therapeutic Riding of Tryon

Climbing Toward Confidence teaches girls to find their inner strength

Pedal on for a tasty ride

How Harvey K. Littleton’s vision sparked an artistic revolution and ignited the Studio Glass Movement.

Whistling champion Phyllis Heil is never without a happy tune

The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine teaches the ways of nature’s remedies