“It’s amazing what our ancestors had to go through every morning just to get dressed.”
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In the wake of the Civil War, tucked in the rumpled valley between Hendersonville and Sweeten Creek roads in South Asheville were three African-American communities: Rock Hill Colored Village, Petersburg and “New” Shiloh.
"We aren’t just providing support to the person on the spectrum, we’re providing support to people who are working with this population and also need this support.”
"Our songs often address current issues and we strive for an emotional connection with the listener.”
The Bardo Arts Center (BAC) brings drama, jazz and ballet to the Performance Hall stage this spring. The season opens with a film screening of Kinky Boots from London’s Theatre Royal, presented as a part of the BAC Sunday Cinema Series.
CRAFT: Authors in Conversation, a new series conceived and hosted by New York Times bestselling author Denise Kiernan, kicks off at Asheville’s Little Jumbo cocktail lounge on Sunday, January 26, at 3 p.m.
“These cold-blooded creatures burrow below the freeze line and enter a state of dormancy when the weather gets cold. Wood frogs survive sub-arctic Alaskan winters by allowing their bodies to freeze.”
“The ductility of metals allows me to play with endless permutations, while creating pieces that show strength, permanence.”