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In the spirit of the holidays, breweries across the country make seasonal beers to pair with holiday foods and festivities.
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Amber Marshall did not start off wanting to be an artist, but after taking more and more art classes in college, she shifted her focus to glassblowing. Since that time, she worked her way up into making and selling her own pieces, as well as having some works on display in galleries in Asheville.
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The holly bush is found throughout the mild climates of America and Europe. It is often associated with Christmastime celebrations and has made appearances in multiple songs and plays, including the comedy As You Like It, by William Shakespeare.
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Laurel of Asheville (NoCar F 264 A8 L28), Vol. 14 Issue 12, December 2017, p51, il
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Hendersonville and Flat Rock, North Carolina are both small towns that offer art, history, and a wide variety of outdoor activities.
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41226
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Sauternes, a white wine from the Bordeaux region of France, often contains fruity and sweet notes of flavor and is best consumed with dessert or dishes with strong flavors.
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As one of the few mammals that doesn’t hibernate in the winter, foxes are active and largely nocturnal. While seeing a fox is not a cause of alarm, as long as a respectful distance is kept, if persistent sightings cause the viewer worry or distress, the a visit to the NC Wildlife Resources commission website or a call to the Appalachian Wildlife Refuge can be useful.
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41232
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/Grow/ and /Emergence/ are programs for students of all ages that would like to garden and grow their own fresh fruits and vegetables, or for those who plan to make an income based off of farming in the future.
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As the nature of farming is dependent on the seasons and crops, it is a constant struggle for farmers to find reliable help in the form of farm laborers. A workshop, Managing Farm Labor: How to Structure Labor on the Small Farm, was put forth by the Organic Growers School to address these issues.
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After being paralyzed in a car wreck when she was a child, Madeline Delp became a pageant queen, first for North Carolina and then for the entire country. She started Live Boundless, a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to inspiring those with physical ailments to live full and vibrant lives.
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Laurel of Asheville (NoCar F 264 A8 L28), Vol. 14 Issue 12, December 2017, p80-81, por
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Appalachian Ridge Artisan Cider sells hard ciders and related apple products, and is set amongst an orchard of French apple trees that the owner, Alan Ward, personally oversaw the transport of trees from France.
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41231
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Brian and Laura Smith met while working as chefs in Rezaz Pan Mediterranean restaurant and married three years later. Right after their marriage, they bought the restaurant from the previous owner and besides some aesthetic updates, kept the restaurant largely the same.
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The Partridge Berry is a ground covering plant often used in holiday decorations. The berries produced from the plant are popular among birds and squirrels, but will last throughout the cold winter if they are not eaten.
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The Henderson County Cooperative Extension has been offering a volunteer program for the care and cultivation of fruit trees for the past 25 years, and is the only program in the US to do so.
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41237
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Founded by Karen and Clark Sorrells, the Academy for the Arts in Asheville offers instruction on various musical instruments and choir singing.
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41238
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The FBRA is a school for middle school aged girls and focuses on outdoor activities and social/emotional learning as well as academics.
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Laurel of Asheville (NoCar F 264 A8 L28), Vol. 14 Issue 12, December 2017, p102-103