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22216
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Caroline Long founded St. Gerard House in Hendersonville in 2010 for children, like her son and daughter, who have autism. This article describes the work of the House and some of the teaching methods used. In North Carolina one in 97 children are diagnosed with it. In the 2009-2010 academic year, the NC Department of Public Instruction reported 10,664 students.
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Madison discusses the work of ceramist Keith Phillips whose studio is in Fletcher. He began his artistic work as a printmaker after receiving his BFA degree from East Carolina University. He was later an assistant to noted ceramist Walter Davis in Montana.
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22217
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Andrew Snavely opened Dobra Tea on Asheville's Lexington Avenue in 2010. He travels the world searching for the leaves, buds, and flowers that are later steeped at his shop. Among the places where he has collected are Laos, Japan, India, China, and Taiwan. He not only brings back the tea, but also more knowledge of this ancient beverage and its cultural ties.
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Once an exclusive restaurant in Waynesville, Anthony Wayne's opened to the general public last year. The restaurant, named for a Revolutionary War hero, and its skillful chef Daniel Morris are reviewed by Richards.
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