Shortly after stay-at-home orders started taking effect, a peculiar thing happened. For the first time in a while, smog-ridden cities became visible and mountain ranges shone in the distance as thick veils of pollution that once covered these areas began to lift.
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Western North Carolina University and the WNC region as a whole gained an impressive arts institution in the year 2005, when the doors of the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center opened.
Weaverville’s 5 Little Monkeys Quilt & Sew, owned by Angela and DJ Lamoree, has been chosen as one of the top ten shops in the US to be featured in the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Quilt Sampler magazine, published by Better Homes & Gardens.
There’s no denying that face masks, while extremely effective in reducing the transmission of the virus, are a little strange to wear. In an effort to make masks “the new normal,” the MODA group hosted the #MASKAVL Photo Contest.
Situated in a corner of her barn, Libba Tracy is creating in a time of crisis. Like many creatives who have found solace in their art, the artist’s process is a comfort, a slice of normalcy amid uncertainty and concern.
When Megan Carroll, a registered nurse at Asheville’s Charles George VA Medical Center, first learned about COVID-19, she was completely unaware of the profound impact the virus would have on the world and on her career.
Penland School of Craft announces its 35th Annual Benefit Auction, which, for the first time, will take place entirely online.
Sam Wharton, a founding member of Songs From the Road Band, has found an inventive way to cope with his suddenly empty performance schedule in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.