Abby Cain, owner of Rock Bottoms, an exercise studio in Asheville, explains a unique weight training protocol called Super Slow, and how she left the world of finance to pursue her passion for health and fitness.
Category - Podcasts
Stuart Hough, owner of Sunnyside Trading Company in Asheville NC discusses his 40 year career in European and Asian antique furnishings, and talks about his 11,000 SF gallery in The Foundation, part of the River Arts District.
Andrea “Andy” Owensby, owner of The Cabin Ridge, tells us about her property on the top of a mountain, held by her family for generations, and how it came to be a unique wedding venue.
Artist Simone Wood discusses her recreation of the 1850’s dress style, where both men and women will dress up for the annual Hendersonville ‘Old Fashioned Christmas’ street walk happening Dec 6 from 5-8pm
Portrait artist Maureen Scullin talks about who and what influenced her to become an artist, favorite subjects to paint, and her appreciation for the Asheville arts community.
Illustrator and painter Christopher Peterson comes to Asheville after an eclectic art based career in the San Francisco Bay area. He describes his interest in ‘painting the unusual’ and the community he finds in being part of the River Arts District
Now, along with the print and digital magazines, The Laurel will offer additional content in the form of podcasts, seven-to fifteen-minute conversations that will supplement our articles, events and advertisements.