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Joyce Schlapkohl will be Asheville Gallery of Art featured artist for August. Her show, "Reflections of Summer," will run from August 1 through August 31. A reception is scheduled for Friday, August 1, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The public is invited.
Folks in Asheville try to catch a glimpse of Owen Wilson and Zach Galifanakis as they shoot a movie in Asheville.
The Senate voted Wednesday to agree to a bill that would shield the Department of Environment and Natural Resources from disclosing complaints and investigations on farms.
Tupelo Honey Cafe, an Asheville-based restuarant serving "made-from-scratch" southern food, is opening up a new location in Market Common.
Officials said the deputies were taken to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville for treatment.
Police in Raleigh accused a woman of biting her 16-week-old baby and breaking the child's ribs and shoulder blades.
Greenville police have arrested a man on an animal cruelty charge after they say he shot a dog he said would not leave a parking space.
Recording studios tend to focus on a single thing: crafting great albums. Echo Mountain does that well, with Grammy-winning projects by the likes of the Steep Canyon Rangers and the Zac Brown Band to its credit.
Movie starts filming in downtown Asheville in front of BB&T building; vehicles and pedestrians are advised to avoid College and Patton.
Every musician's worst nightmare is to lose a favorite instrument, and it happens all the time.
Hollywood comes to Asheville turning the streets of downtown into a sound stage.
Better news on the price at the pump. Gas prices are at their lowest level since March.
Overnight thunderstorms in western North Carolina left behind some damage. Trees and powerlines were knocked down, leaving several customers in the dark THOUGH, THERE WILL BE A COMANS OF SHOWERS EACH -- CHANCE OF SHOWERS EACH AFTERNOON.
Wearing pill boxes as hats, Asheville NOW held a "Bitter Pill" rally, calling for equal rights for women.
Writer and historian Suzannah Smith Miles will present "Finding Barbara Allen," a discussion of Southern Appalachian folk music history and the "songcatchers" who first captured this music for posterity, Olive Dame Campbell and Cecil Sharp.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 01:26 am
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