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5 results for The Laurel of Asheville Vol. 9 Issue 3, March 2012
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The author discusses the French Broad River's name origins and the various myths surrounding its nomenclature.
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24092
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The Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum is housed in a building that used to be used for the production of fabric. Now, Asheville locals can visit the Museum to examine restored cars from early-to-late 20th century.
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24095
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The Lake Eden Arts Festival (LEAF) sparked a non-profit organization created by Jennifer Pickering in 1995. LEAF was created as a global music festival, and because of this, Jennifer started LEAF International, an organization that encourages musicians from different countries around the world to facilitate arts programming in their own communities.
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24093
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Asheville's Pack Square is a treasure trove of architectural styles but the Jackson building draws the most gazes. Lynwood B. Jackson commissioned the building in the 1920s in order to create an icon with which to advertise his business ventures.
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24094
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The author discusses the various waterfalls to be found in the Western North Carolina mountains. Those waterfalls include Linville Falls, Alarka Falls, Dry Falls, and Mingo Falls.