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Courtney Hinton channeled her inner Zelda and dressed for the occasion. “The spirit of the 20s is with me always, it’s my favorite era,” she s…

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Bruce Johnson, author of “Tom, Scott & Zelda, Following In Their Footsteps.” / Mark-Ellis Bennett photo

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Zealandia, originally built by John Evans Brown, and completed in 1889. Sir Phillip S. Henry acquired the property in 1904, and doubled its si…

Biltmore Forest resident Holly Strauss noticed an uptick in the number of honeybees swarming in her back yard. “You could see them along the r…

One of the portable hives used to transport honeybees to his property in Candler.

Bill Boeheim relocates a hive of honeybees from inside a garage wall at the Biltmore Forest home of Holly Strauss.

Bill Boeheim, the “Bee Whisperer,” sports special beekeeping garb to protect him from possible bee stings. / Mark-Ellis Bennett photo

Boeheim was ecstatic when he captured the queen of the hive. “I’ve won the game. When I remove the queen and place her in the hive next door, …

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