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Asheville's Natural Beauty Has Met Its Match with Robert Redford in Town.
No doubt about it, Asheville is a "looker." Statuesque, yet with an easy charm and breezy good looks, this natural beauty makes you feel good just to be in her presence.
Arboretum to Host Seventh Annual Bonsai Expo October 12 and 13
Bonsai and gardening enthusiasts from across the region have the opportunity to attend one of the Southeast's premier bonsai shows on October 12 -13 at The North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville.
Brevard College Selects Dr. Drew Van Horn Twelfth President
Brevard College announced the election of Dr. Drew Van Horn as the twelfth president to lead the four-year comprehensive liberal arts institution.
BMW Announces Prices for New 2003 Z4 Roadster
BMW released prices for the all-new 2003 Z4 roadster, the direct successor to the Z3 roadster that won customers hearts and souls, and virtually created the premium roadster market.
Clemson and Hunley Scientists Working Together to Save National Icon
Clemson University is joining an international
effort to conserve the H.L. Hunley, the first submarine in
history to sink a warship in battle.
Asheville's Grove Arcade Public Market's Preview Gala Will Shimmy and Shimmer This Friday
Just like the 1920s hit song, if you have always wanted to "shimmy like your sister Kate," you will not want to miss the sparkling gala evening that is planned for Friday, September 27, at the restored and nearly completed Grove Arcade Public Market.
Greek Festival in Asheville Brings Out the "Little Bit of Greek" in All of Us, This Weekend
Even if you don't have a single drop of Greek blood running through your veins, just as "everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day," everyone can share a little bit of the Greek culture during Asheville's Greek Festival.
Blood Supplies Still at Low Levels; Make a Blood Donation in Remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001
In remembrance of the victims and their families of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, the American Red Cross asks that you take the time to make an appointment for a blood donation, and give the gift of life.
Leave the World Behind: Take an Indian Summer Stroll on Biltmore Estate's Woodland Trails
Guests typically comment that a visit to George Vanderbilt's turn-of-the-century French chateau, Biltmore House, is as close to a time machine journey as they can imagine.
Make Plans Now to Enjoy Nature's Most Brilliant Show - The Fall Color Season
Each fall, with a comforting rhythm, the mountains light up with a brilliance that, no matter how many times people see it, is new and refreshing each time, as if it's the first time. [More details]
Four Feathers, Banger Sisters, Ballistic, and Trapped.
This weekend in WNC
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