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How to Find Trusted and Licensed Electricians Nearby

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You may not ever think about electricians. Though we all like to turn the lights on and plug our appliances into the outlets in the walls, it is easy for the facts to fall through and we don’t think about who set all of this up until something goes wrong. Or, you need to wire a new house and you need to find out what the best electrician would be for your area and your needs. Either way, you are looking for a qualified electrician with the knowledge and experience to help meet your goals in a short period of time. Why Do You Need an Electrician? Any time at all that you have to deal with electrical components in a home you will need the help of an electrical expert. This is the person you call an “electrician” and you will want them to make repairs or even to make new installations in your newer home. Electricians need to be employed because they are licensed to do this kind of work. Electrical work is risky. It is something that requires an expert touch no matter what. If everything is not connected properly, there could be a risk of fire. …

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Sean Perry Co. to Perform Volunteer Restoration on Palmer Barn in Cataloochee

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In the first week of May, Asheville building contractor Sean Perry and his crew will partner for the second time with Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Friends of the Smokies on a renovation project in Cataloochee in the North Carolina section of the park.

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ASHEVILLE BUSINESS COACH EXPANDS REACH, TARGETS SMALL BUSINESS

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After five years of offering specialized workshops for the Asheville Independent Restaurant Association, executive coach Steve Rudolph is launching a workshop series designed to serve the needs of the expanding business community of Asheville. Three workshops are planned for the coming months with topics including providing negative feedback to a valued employee and B2B sales.

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Flobots Play The Grey Eagle Jan 26 2018

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Recently, alternative hip-hop rock band Flobots announced the second leg of dates for their RISE + SHINE Tour, in support of their recently released fourth album, NOENEMIES. Flobots will play Asheville at The Grey Eagle January 26, 2018.

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Sweet Bear Rescue Farm, home to more than a dozen rescued animals, officially named 501-3 non-profit

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Hendersonville, NC, is now home to its very own animal sanctuary: Sweet Bear Rescue Farm. The non-profit is the culmination of a dream by Lisa McDonald and Joe Dinan, passionate animal activists and owners of nearby Sanctuary Brewing Company.  

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Mipso Releases New Video; To Play Show in Asheville

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Melvin Seals & JGB Play New Mountain AVL Saint Patricks Day

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Melvin Seals & JGB are on tour and will be making a stop in Asheville at New Mountain AVL on St Patrick’s Day.

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Asheville Participates In World Climate Simulation

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 Asheville will be one of more than 20 cities around the world where World Climate simulations will be held this week on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, 5:30 – 8 p.m. Other locations include cities in Ghana, Ethiopia, South Korea, Argentina, UK, and Nigeria. World Climate is the award-winning “serious game” designed in Asheville by Climate Interactive, an organization with offices at The Collider.

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Burial Beer Co Events Sept 12-17th 2016

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Gang of Blades Double IPA & Scythe Rye IPA Can Release 

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Chef Michael’s Returns To Vintage Carolina Charity Event

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Chef Michael’s Catering will once again provide delicious small-plate offerings at the annual Vintage Carolina gala charity event. Vintage Carolina is Community Foundation of Henderson County's signature event celebrating local philanthropy.

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