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Fans of the cult classics, ‘80s series Alpha Flight will likely be excited to know that Marvel Comics is launching a new ongoing series entitled “Gamma Flight.” This new team is led by Puck from the original Alpha team.

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Limiting sugar in beverages is a good way to support healthy weights in children and adults. This delicious recipe is the perfect low-sugar beverage that everyone will love. It’s easy to add fruity flavor using lemons, oranges, strawberries, or other fruit slices to water to make your own re…

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A group of roughly 30 men, women and a couple of pups turned out on May 20 to celebrate the life and legacy of an environmental and social rock star.

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Get set to have your senses flooded with exhilaration as artists open their gates of creativity for “WATER” Beautiful Powerful Shimmering” at American Folk Art at 64 Biltmore Ave. in downtown Asheville.

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Every performer is a two-sided coin, reflecting the glowing, delightful side audiences see glittering under the stage lights and then the complex human side that longs for genuine connection — the real person behind the persona.

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Highland Brewing is celebrating the great outdoors in June with outdoor fitness classes, live music and its own volleyball league. In addition, registration is open now for the seventh annual Night Flight race set for July 17.

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June is a busy month at the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts, at 18 Biltmore Ave. The three-venue performing arts complex includes the 500-seat Diana Wortham Theatre, as well as the Tina McGuire Theatre, a black box theatre seating up to 100 people, and the Henry LaBrun Studio, seating…

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Fork Lore: Storied Food and Spirits is an independent restaurant at Biltmore Park Town Square. The name offers a nod to what awaits within — dishes with a past, stories to be told, memories to be rekindled.

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For many parts of the country, warmer weather comes with more options for fresh produce, which is why it’s a perfect time to add fruits and vegetables to recipes.

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Norma Hendrix, retired art professor at Western Carolina University and founder/director of the internationally recognized arts organization, Cullowhee Arts, will lead students in a two-day Botanical Art workshop, June 14–15, 2021, at Lake Logan Conference Center, Canton, North Carolina. Par…

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For a simple yet satisfying breakfast idea, try this easy and delicious recipe for Cheesy Hash Browns.

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“The Man-Thing” first appeared in May of 1971 within of “Savage Tales” issue 1. Scientist, Ted Sallis, is working to recreate the Super Soldier Serum that gave Captain America his powers. Enemy agents track him down in his secluded lab, deep in the Everglades, and attempt to steal the formula.

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It’s happy hour somewhere — and somewhere will be at New Belgium Brewing Asheville. After a long, dark winter, New Belgium Brewing Asheville’s outdoor patio service at the Liquid Center is back.

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It is said that music feeds the soul. The hills of Western North Carolina have always been a beacon of musical performances — until the pandemic shut down venues throughout the area.

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Get ready to set out on a search for medicinal mushrooms with Willie Dodson when the Swannanoa Valley Museum and History Center presents a series of virtual lectures that explore regional history and identity of the Appalachian experience.

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Out with the autos and in with tents filled with hand-crafted bladesmithing, glass blown and wood-turned objects, wheel-thrown and hand-built ceramics and one-of-a-kind furniture as the Southern Highland Craft Guild opens its lower level parking lot to its first-ever mini pop-up.

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Ginger’s Revenge will host SoulKu, an Asheville based jewelry company, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 6, and Friday, May 7. All are invited to bring mom, shop for mom, or just show up, drink some ginger beer and look at handcrafted jewelry with mom.

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This delicious Very Berry and Creamy Coconut Ice Cream was created with mothers in mind. It’s melt-in-your-mouth delicious, especially when it’s made with fresh ingredients right at home for a perfect addition to Mother’s Day festivities.

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Thousands of people have visited Biltmore and the Biltmore gardens in April to see the glory of flowers in bloom. It’s a sure sign of the seasonal reawakening of the Earth and a joy to get outdoors and see spring in all its festive colors.

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Brood X cicadas are expected to emerge after 17 years in 15 states, including Western North Carolina.

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It’s time to see what’s blooming at The Open Hearts Art Center, a nonprofit studio and gallery serving adults with a variety of developmental challenges, as the artists welcome visitors to the spring outdoor market, Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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The Asheville culinary event, Chow Chow, is back for its second year with new talent, a new perspective and a recommitted mission. Chow Chow 2021 is reimagined as a series of 30-plus summer events happening between June and September.

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A celebration of beautiful movement will be unleashed next week when The Asheville Ballet presents “Spring Into Dance: An Artistic Bouquet,” April 30 to May 1, at The Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre.

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Chip Zdarsky’s amazing run as the writer on Marvel’s Daredevil series continues with a fifth collected volume entitled “Truth/Dare.” While lacking the all-out action of the previous volume, “Truth/Dare” is a must read for any fan of the “Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.”

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Hendersonville’s Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend will welcome visitors to drink, eat and celebrate the area’s wine and cider scene, Thursday, April 15, to Sunday, April 18.