“Even though it is a show from the 1970s, it has a newfound relevance for today due to the changing climate of stereotypes and gender equality,” says Cary Cooper, FSI music teacher.
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The Vance Birthplace State Historic Site and the American Myth Center (AMC) once again team up to present An Appalachian Christmas Carol Thursday, December 12, through Saturday, December 14.
Since opening in downtown Brevard in August 2017, Sun Dragon Art & Fiber has been a hub of activity for knitters, crocheters and other area fiber artists.
“When David Gresham suggested Alzheimer’s Stories, we all got pretty excited, as the composition is new, different and very relevant,” says TCS member Susan Hindman. “Some of us have been caretakers for those with the disease, and singing about it makes it less scary.”
“Having a strong design community in our town enables us to elevate and maintain an extremely high quality of service. AIGA helps designers stay updated and informed about what’s going on in their field.”
Author Nan K. Chase has written a new book, Lost Restaurants of Asheville, detailing a social history of the city’s food scene from the middle of the 20th century to today.
Blue Dharma Fine Art presents Winter Solstice and the Light of Earth, a special exhibition of paintings and totems by Bill Bowers paired with rare light- reflective crystals and minerals from Asheville’s Enter the Earth gem and mineral shop.
“This allows our clients to give gifts and decorate their homes with original artworks in original ways,” Weiss says. “When thinking of gifting, we all have budgets to honor; I believe beauty and good design elements know no price point. So bring your wish list and let us help in selecting something wonderful.”