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Founded in 1966 by 12 Hendersonville natives, Hendersonville Little Theatre began as a local collective of like-minded theatrical artists who wanted the opportunity to develop new work and perform projects they were passionate about.

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Dig you know that 100% orange juice contains about 90% water and can contribute to overall water intake. With no added sugar, it’s an ideal way to support hydration by drinking it on its own or by adding it to recipes like this Healthy Broccoli Salad with Miso Orange Dressing or Pineapple Or…

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The father/son duo of Wendell and Taylor Howard have made craft distilling a destination in Asheville. The family owned business has been crafting innovative versions of much-loved alcoholic spirts since 2015.

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The Brevard Music Center Summer Festival marks its return in 2021, for five weeks, spanning July 9 to Aug. 8. Highlights will include Beethoven@251 “Festival Within a Festival,” the acclaimed BMC Presenters series, performances by Brevard Music Center’s Janiec Opera Company, esteemed artist …

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Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance, a professional ballet company that brings Asheville cutting-edge dance every summer, is ready to get back on stage for two performances June 25 and 26. Titled “Outside at the Foundy,” dancers will perform on a stage the company will build in the River Arts District.

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MountainTrue, an organization that champions resilient forests, clean waters and healthy communities, has launched a bigger and better Bioblitz in 2021, expanding county participation from one to three.

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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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A quick and easy way to get comfort food on your dinner table is this recipe for Cheesy baked mushroom chicken. Add some green beans and mashed cauliflower for a well-rounded meal for your family.

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The monthly farmers market at Olivette Riverside Community and Farm in Alexander offers fresh produce grown on the property, as well as foods and natural items from area vendors.

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The two acres that make up the South Asheville Cemetery, 200 Dalton St., in the city’s historic Kenilworth neighborhood are a place of calm and beauty in 2021. However, that has not always been the case with the slice of landscape that was set aside as a graveyard for slaves in the mid-1800s.

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Whether you enjoy spring meals al fresco or simply turn to warm-weather dishes at the comfort of your own dining table, the season brings with it a perfect excuse to shake up lunch and dinner menus with these sabich and tossed bean salad with lemon vinaigrette recipes.

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Second Saturday returns to the River Arts District, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., June 5, with galleries swingin’ open their doors to welcome visitors for a day filled with art, adventure and entertainment.

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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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The Asheville Gallery of Art welcomes June with the show “Soul of Place: Images Inspired by the Places We Love,” featuring the landscape paintings of Karen Keil Brown and Cathyann Burgess.

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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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Farmers tailgate markets are open for the season. In addition to produce, vendors sell meats, cheese, eggs, bread and prepared foods, as well as a wide selection of plant starts.

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Asheville Gallery of Art opens with a new show this month, “Seeing in Color: Life on the Bright Side,” featuring the vibrant acrylic paintings of gallery artist Bee Adams.

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Local author Susi Gott Séguret celebrates the release of her latest book, “Cooking with Truffles: A Chef’s Guide.”

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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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The secret is out — the benefits of living in Asheville and Western North Carolina are known far and wide. The WNC climate, with its four beautiful seasons, mountain vistas, pristine forests and small-town feel with big city amenities, all draw people to buy real estate in the mountains.

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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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It happens every year like clockwork. And this spring the start of the season has been eagerly anticipated by all who admire beauty and revel in the excitement of April’s favorite holiday.

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When the air becomes cooler, days grow shorter and the supply of food diminishes, an internal clock or circadian rhythm located in the brain detecting light, dark and length of day informs animals it is time to hibernate.

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A three-year revitalization project taking place inside Asheville’s historic Southside neighborhood has come to fruition with the opening of SoundSpace @ Rabbit’s, the city’s first public access music rehearsal facility.

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Net zero, climate change, global warming, carbon footprint, renewable energy, greenhouse gases and so on, the terminology spewed around the global campaign to reduce the Earth’s rising temperature can be mind-numbing.

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Local actor and storyteller Becky Stone brings Black civil rights activists to life through her dynamic performances. Stone’s portrayal of Rosa Parks is a three-dimensional history lesson for audiences at schools, libraries and Chautauqua gatherings.

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Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and their team are excited to return to North Carolina, where they plan to film episodes of the hit TV series “American Pickers” throughout the state during March.

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The colorful green cover of the “Asheville at Home” cookbook seems to entice readers to head into the kitchen and try a recipe or two from local restaurants.

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Asheville’s only professional theater company dedicated to locally grown works will be hosting its first round of curtain calls Jan. 9-11. And in the year of a pandemic, auditions heading into the 2021 season will be handled with a twist as The Magnetic Theatre will move into a virtual space…

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Fleet Feet Asheville, located in Biltmore Park Town Square, will host the first South Asheville Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving day, Thursday, Nov. 22 starting at 9 a.m.

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As we reach the holiday season, it's not uncommon for someone not in a relationship to feel a need to be with a significant other, or at least to have someone to take with him or her to that office party or family gathering. If you're in your twenties, the stress to make this happen is often…

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An Asheville audience went “batty” over a Defenders of Wildlife presentation sponsored by the Asheville Museum of Science. Just in time for Halloween, Bat Week is officially observed from Oct. 24–31.

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Halloween is a favorite day for many children — and even a number of adults. Halloween offers revelers the opportunity to dress up in costume, play tricks on unsuspecting individuals and cap off the day with treasure troves of candy.

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Market research is the primary tool you use to find potential customers for your business, Tom Mock told participants in a seminar at the Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College Small Business Center in Candler Saturday morning. 

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Every year since 2010, Carolina Day Upper School students in the Society of Literature, Art, Music, and Media (SLAMM), have been honored with awards and recognition from the NC Literary and Historical Association for their student magazine.