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22459
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Joan Bazzel, whose studio is near Franklin creates beautiful cloisonne and enamel jewelry. Cloisonne, an ancient metalworking technique, is a multi-step enamel process that Bazzel uses to make her jewelry. She says \"Enamel is limitless. It's durable, long-lasting, the colors are vibrant, and it's also one of the oldest art forms.\" She makes all her pieces from start to finish.
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23747
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There are a variety of outdoor activities for taking advantage of nature in Western North Carolina.
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23780
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Lizabeth Hartzog recently restored a 1920s playhouse that was owned by her aunt.
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22535
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Asheville offers many relatively economical options for a day or weekend away at the spa. Locations include the Shoji Retreat, Spa Theology, The Secret Garden Inn & Spa in Weaverville, and accommodations at the Four Points by Sheraton.
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23814
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Lake Jocassee has wonderful water quality and is thus one of the most popular freshwater dive sites on the East Coast. The lake was formed after Duke Energy built a dam in the area.
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23812
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Michelle Moog-Koussa is the founder and executive director of the Bob Moog Foundation, which shares her father's work through educational outreach and preservation. Bob Moog made and repaired instruments and was considered the \"Scientist of Sound\" in the 90s.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 4 Issue 5, July 2010, p36-41, il, por Periodical Website
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