When Anna Kitzis began her search for a bed and breakfast to operate, she felt she was being led to Asheville. She was living in Boston at the time.
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Like many of the city’s residents, Chris Johnson simply couldn’t stay away from Asheville. After graduating from UNCA, he moved to Connecticut and worked for a Fortune 500 company for three years before he and his wife decided the northeast wasn’t a good fit.
In July, Asheville Gallery of Art will highlight several of its members in a show titled Infinite Possibilities.
As we all wait for our lives to drift back to calmer waters, where they were before a pandemic, a recession and heightened awareness of racial injustices left us unmoored, I find myself searching the horizon for hope, answers and solace.
The North Carolina Arboretum announces the return of its popular ArborEvenings after-hours series with a toy-filled twist.
July is Blue Ridge Craft Trails month in Henderson County. Three itineraries take visitors through Flat Rock, downtown Hendersonville and the outskirts of Henderson County to a total of 16 participating artists and galleries.
July’s Second Saturday in the River Arts District will be a mix of onsite and virtual events as some artists open their studios and others host online demonstrations and exhibitions.
A group of Western North Carolina painters that has been gathering for plein air outings during this time of distancing will exhibit works at The Gallery at Flat Rock from Thursday, July 9, through Sunday, July 26.