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23121
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Artist, Lisa Joerling, describes her journey to become an artist as well as her artwork.
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23609
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A popular Cajun and creole style cafe, Another Broken Egg Cafe, recently opened in Biltmore Park.
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23605
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Asheville resident and artist Jim Hefley discusses the inspirations for his artwork, which features natural landscapes and country vistas.
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23611
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Artists John Wayne Jackson creates intricate 'fossils' of leaves by casting them in concrete.
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23985
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David Voorhees is a local artist out of Asheville, North Carolina who creates stunning ceramics, such as bowls, pitchers, and teapots, and paints them based on inspirations from the mountains.
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23991
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Artist Brian Kuehn discusses his inspirations for his artworks, which consist of paintings depicting life in the countryside.
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23995
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Glass artists John Geci describes his art as 'static motion,' aiming for curved lines in his creations. The author discusses the artist's life and inspirations for his work.
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Pamella O'Conner originally spent 35 years in theatre before making a switch to crafting beautiful floral-inspired lamps.
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24088
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The Center for Diversity Education provides local schools with educational programs designed for K through 12 to teach students about other cultures and religions. The Center seeks to foster tolerance of other cultures and promotes acceptance of people, regardless of their culture or county of origin.
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24089
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Rob Levy started the Goat Mountain Ranch Animal Sanctuary by accident after he purchased his neighbor's goats to keep them from going to slaughter. He continued to add animals to his property and eventually formalized his property and sanctuary as a non-profit organization.
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23987
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Murphy introduces readers to musician David Holt, whose tunes reveal information about music and life in the Southern Appalachians. Holt created the Appalachian Music Program at Warren Wilson College in 1975.
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23994
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The new Sunshine Chevy location in Arden, North Carolina makes use of eco-friendly designs in its building, such as an energy-controlling roof and walls, and windows that prevent heat loss.
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23997
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Cindy Threlkeld is the executive director of MANNA FoodBank; she discusses the challenges she faces in her position and how she ended up in Asheville.
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24005
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Suzanne and Hunter Hale own Killarney House in Hendersonville. The house has been owned by a number of families for over a hundred years and is part of the Hyman Heights Historic District.
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24009
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Heart of Horse Sense is a nonprofit organization in Madison County that offers equine assisted psychotherapy and learning.
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