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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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Steve Atkins of Fox Cove Photography joined other birders in Western North Carolina after news of a snowy owl in the area spread like wildfire. The owl had just migrated from the arctic and was weak as a result. A bird rehabilitator captured the bird and is caring for the animal until it is well enough to be released.
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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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The law that created and protected wilderness areas in Western North Carolina, such as Linville Gorge Wilderness and Shining Rock, is close to its 50-year anniversary. The author discusses how the law came to fruition and its positive impact on the area.
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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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The annual conference and antique show held at Omni Grove Park Inn will highlight the life and accomplishments of George Masa (1881-1933), an Asheville local who dedicated his life to capturing the beauty of Western North Carolina with film and photography.
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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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