In the summer of 1892, Beatrix Potter put a dog’s leash on her pet rabbit, Benjamin Bouncer, and took him on a walk to look for gooseberries in the garden of her family’s rented summer cottage in Birnam, Scotland.
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RiverLink, an environmental advocacy group dedicated to the French Broad watershed, has launched a partnership with Friends of Woodfin Greenway & Blueway (FWG&B) in support of the Woodfin Greenway & Blueway project.
When we have private tastings in the store, one of my favorite activities is to have each customer take a sip of wine, take a bite of buttery cheese or bittersweet chocolate and then take another sip. They see then how the wine changes—because it will.
For the 13th year, Toe River Arts’ Spruce Pine Gallery will host the Annual Blacksmith Exhibition through Saturday, April 27, when the Fire on the Mountain Festival returns to downtown Spruce Pine from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A “great musical blind date” brought together the musicians calling themselves Lovers Leap, whose eponymous, debut EP comes out on April 19.
The Asheville Jewish Community Center (JCC) and the YMCA of Western North Carolina have partnered to bring an operatic production of The Three Little Pigs to Asheville on Monday, April 15, at 2 p.m. in the newly renovated JCC social hall.
"The poems of Disappearing, Inc. speak to the sense of displacement that many people feel today in relation to where they are in their lives and where they thought they would or should be."
March sets the stage, tempting us to believe that spring has begun. But it is April that gives spring full expression here in the mountains.