Eighteen Henderson County artists, galleries and art events have been added to the Blue Ridge Craft Trails, an initiative of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area that brings the best of craft into the digital age.
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With a brand-new name, Bottle Riot (formerly known as District Wine Bar) has reinvented its business at its location in the River Arts District.
Hendersonville's annual ArtScape tradition features images of original, local artwork displayed on lampposts throughout the downtown area.
You feel grumpy, out-of-sorts. You feel a little tired and run-down. The woes of the world are getting to you. What might be the problem? Not enough Vitamin N! Not enough Nature!
The Growing Color Symposium addresses the growing demand for natural color for use in the textile, cosmetic and food industries, as well as the fact that local sources for many of these dyes are scant.
North Carolina boasts two species of flying squirrel: the common southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) and the endangered Carolina northern flying squirrel (G. sabrinus coloratus).
The practice of beekeeping entered Appalachia with the earliest European settlers, and honey was a prized sweetener long before granulated sugar was available.
Leslie Hartley, Communications Director for Blue Ridge National Heritage Area, tells about all its new initiatives, from the Blue Ridge Craft Trails with over 200 craft artists to the Blue Ridge Music Trails, and more!