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As part of Asheville and Buncombe County's 10-year plan to end homelessness, a local nonprofit organization called Homeward Bound works with Asheville-Buncombe Homeless Initiative to provide housing and support to the chronically homeless.
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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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23988
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Kim Stimpson's Optimal Outcomes program called \"The Whole Ball of Wax\" is a 90-minute training session that incorporates team-building concepts, such as working together to create drawings and stimulate interactions between people.
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23986
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The author presents things to do in downtown Asheville once the sun goes down, such as Pritchard Park. The author focuses mostly on the best areas to take photographs of late-night activities in downtown.
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23990
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Shapiro discusses things to do in Carrier Park, West Asheville, such as biking, basketball, picnicking, and hiking
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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.