Tzakbu was bathed in a red liquid metal called “cinnabar,” earning her the nickname “The Red Queen.”
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"My process is organic and improvisational; I rarely work from a sketch or preconceived image, and (usually) enjoy the surprises I encounter along the way.”
Grab your walking shoes, roller skates, or bicycle and head to Pritchard Park for this free event from 1–5 p.m. that promotes physical activity and builds community.
The Academy for the Arts (AFTA) invites you to enjoy a free concert series called “Bach’s Lunch” on the first Tuesday of every month.
Approximately 10,000 children will have the chance to experience professional presentations that will include puppetry, dance, Shakespearean drama, musical artists, American history, and classical tales.
Imagine turning an old armoire into a beautiful bar, or applying a new coat of paint to a scratched table so it looks as good as new.
Throughout the day, ten community leaders will address a variety of topics related to social issues, health and fitness, and evolving attitudes.
Carl Sandburg...was an American poet, writer, and editor who won three Pulitzer Prizes, two for his poetry and one for his biography of Abraham Lincoln.
The American Dahlia Society’s 50th National Dahlia Show will be September 15–19 at the Crowne Plaza Resort. Following this event, Bullington Gardens in Hendersonville is holding a celebration titled Dahlia Daze, from September 20–23.
“The mission of this special community event is to continue to support the growth of organics and healthy living in our rich organic city and inspire other cities to do the same.”