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North Carolina's COVID-19 trends continue to move in the wrong direction, according to a July 2 update by Dr. Mandy Cohen, the state's secretary of... [Read More]
"Appropriate remembrance of its ravages through the centuries should evoke reflection on human evil, not honor its perpetrators." [Read More]
In August 1948, the Polio Prevention Club formed. The youth-led organization worked to raise funds for the Asheville Orthopedic Home, which treated the majority of... [Read More]
"This would be a huge asset to the people of the surrounding communities." [Read More]
In search of a virtual volunteer opportunity, Karen and Steve Wilson rallied inns across the U.S. to join their new effort, Inn Support of Our... [Read More]
"Freedom does not give one the right to take away or risk another person's life in an act of a grossly irresponsible extremism." [Read More]
"Perhaps our Confederate monuments need to be replaced with monuments representing the horror and evil of slavery while also honoring the Black families." [Read More]
"People with hearing loss need to share ideas about communicating in this situation, and it is important for others in the community to realize what... [Read More]
Distillers are offering all-inclusive, make-your-own-cocktail kits. [Read More]
As restaurants and event spaces in Asheville have begun to reopen for on-site service, "dining out" has taken on new meaning. With many people still... [Read More]
The route through the Swannanoa Gap — where present-day Old U.S. 70 and Mill Creek Road intersect — was first carved out by Archaic Indians... [Read More]
Brooklyn-based artist Sean Kenney talks planning, creating and transporting the exhibit, plus his hopes for people who experience it during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
The Asheville-based singer-songwriter discusses making her debut LP, social justice and her hopes for the local music industry's future. [Read More]
"To say that the lockdown has caused more jeopardy than the virus is simplistic and may I posit, ridiculous." [Read More]
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