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Summer guests at Biltmore are always in awe of the acres of sunflowers that line the road to Antler Hill Village & Biltmore Winery—these beauties bloom in phases into September.

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Dynamite Comics is known for publishing titles that combines big name properties. Dark Shadows/Vampirella is a prime example of that. The trade paperback collects all five issues of the mini-series event.

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After four months of mandated closure due to COVID-19, the Asheville Gallery of Art (AGA) has opened its doors at 82 Patton Ave., across from Pritchard Park.

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The White Horse Black Mountain has closed its doors to the public, but in the meantime, the venue is bringing the artists on screen through its new online series, White Horse Live.

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The Folk Heritage Committee is delighted to announce it will stream past performances of the beloved Shindig on the Green on the days it was originally scheduled for Roger McGuire Green in Pack Square Park.

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Catawba Brewing will celebrate its big 21st anniversary July 23 - 25. While the brewery had planned on having a big blowout to celebrate its 21st anniversary this year, the celebration has been scaled back to make sure everyone stays safe.

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Sand Hill Artists Collective (SHAC) is a monthly blog designed as an informative and interactive collaboration joining together creative neighbors who are artists and art enthusiasts, educators, collectors, non-profit managers and art business owners.

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In order to uphold the mission of providing a marketplace for the creative community in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Southern Highland Craft Guild is attempting to continue their 73-year old tradition by hosting their first-ever virtual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands, runnin…

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A celebration of coastal communities, classic seafood, and culinary traditions, Jettie Rae’s Oyster House will open at 143 Charlotte Street on July 10. While the interior will remain closed out of consideration for both staff and guests, the restaurant will open with options for takeout as w…

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When it's summertime, many people crave something cold and fruity. Simply combine frozen strawberries with frozen pink lemonade concentrate to create a cool concoction perfect for a sizzling day. This fizzy summertime treat can delight your taste buds and keep you quenched while enjoying the…

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With summertime settling into the Blue Ridge Mountains, Biltmore’s 8,000-acre backyard offers a number of get-out-and-get-some-fresh-air options, perfect picnic spots, vibrant gardens to safely explore, and more.

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The second Ms. Marvel Epic Collection released by Marvel Comics collects the final issues of her original series as well as some interesting bonus materials. Weighing in at a hulking 370, full color pages, the book is packed with action. While these stories were originally published at the e…

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Artists Jenny Pickens, Joseph Pearson, and Marie T. Cochran will lead the design and implementation process for a Black Lives Matter mural in Asheville’s central business district. The street mural will be located in Pack Square, and extend from N. Pack Square to S. Pack Square.

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A sizzling steak is a surefire sound of summer, and the flavors achieved from one that's perfectly grilled are hard to match.

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The Asheville Downtown Association today announced the lineup for the Virtual Fourth of July Concert, presented by Ingles Markets. The online concert will air Saturday, July 4 beginning at 4pm and feature eight local artists taking the stage at four venues across Asheville.

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For 20 years the nonprofit Black Mountain Center for the Arts (BMCA) has been a vital part of the cultural fabric of this thriving town. For 13 of those years, BMCA has held Art in Bloom which has evolved into a two month community-wide event celebrating flowers and beauty.

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If you're looking for ways to mix meat and veggies all at once, these ideas for kebabs are a surefire way to please a variety of palates.

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After the huge success of its third Annual Beaverdam Studio Tour in 2019, 
the organization is sad to announce it will be postponing this year’s 4th annual studio tour in North Asheville.

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On a picture-perfect Saturday evening with sunshine and blue sky overhead, tables at Isis Music Hall & Kitchen 743 were filling up as guests arrived to enjoy a meal and hear live music in an al fresco setting.

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Can art help heal a fractured, frustrated country? Artist Henry Richardson believes it can. Last year, Richardson's sculpture Reflections on Unity was placed in the heart of downtown Asheville in front of the new Asheville Art Museum, and a stone's throw from the controversial Confederate Va…

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GREENVILLE, South Carolina. – The 2020-2021 Peace Broadway Season at the Peace Center, sponsored by Gibbs Cancer Center, features Tony Award®-winners, fan favorites, reimagined revivals and the hottest shows straight from New York City.

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When Tupelo Honey in south Asheville first re-opened for dine-in service May 23, 10 customers were waiting at the door, said Valerie Kopshina, the restaurant’s general manager.

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In order to uphold the mission of providing a marketplace for the creative community in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Southern Highland Craft Guild is attempting to continue their 73-year old tradition by hosting their first-ever virtual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands, July 1…