...for almost a century, its core purpose has remained to bring the communities together to celebrate Cherokee culture and traditions.
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“In this year alone, the Festival will include stories from Ireland, Japan, the African-American, and Latino traditions, plus tall tales, mountain music, poetry, blues, ballads and personal tales.”
“This is WNCAP’s biggest fundraiser and absolutely critical in order for us to provide the case management services, care, education, and outreach needed to manage and even prevent new HIV/AIDS infections.”
“The Asheville Quilt Show is especially for anybody that loves art, design and skilled craftsmanship.”
The grand opening will unveil Asheville’s newest mural: a brilliant and colorful creation titled “Bower Power” by artist Lara Nguyen.
Priscilla and Quintin had a motto for their wedding day: Keep it simple.
In its early years...[the Blue Ridge Parkway] was promoted as a highway “built by nature.”
While some may say the wedding day is all about the bride, the latest trends in wedding planning show a rise in creating memorable experiences for the guests as well.
The old tradition of running off to get married is making a comeback. Not surprisingly, Asheville newlyweds have added new twists to the quaint idea of elopement.
Just because your gift comes in a box doesn’t mean you can’t think outside of one.