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Show & Tell Holiday Pop Up Shop 2018

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The Show & Tell Pop Up Shop will be popping up this holiday season with a fantastic 20-day Holiday Pop up shop at the Masonic Temple in Downtown Asheville

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How to Create a Warm, Cozy Home for the Holidays – ashevilleblog.com

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This sponsored post is really coming at a great time because I was just thinking about how I could share with you about how to save energy and money on your winter heating bill

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New Love Your Community Mural Young Artist

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Smart House Technology for Saving Energy

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This sponsored post is really coming at a great time because I was just thinking about how I could share with you about how to save energy and money on your heating/cooling bill. It’s never been easier for a homeowner to lower their utility bills. This is thanks to a range of modern technologies, from basics like programmable thermostats and energy monitoring systems to all-important things such as motorized window shades and energy-conscious ceiling fans. So, is your home saving you money? Or are you spending more than you need to each month when the utility companies come to read your meters? Smart thermostats have been around for a while, and they’ve essentially become basic for modern homes. If you’re in the market for a new property, you’ll likely come across houses that have smart thermostats and monitoring systems already installed. The former helps you reduce energy use by lowering and raising the temperature to maintain the right conditions only when you and family members are at home, and the latter can track energy use so you can make necessary changes to lower your utility bills. You can read more about these and other energy-saving innovations in the infographic below. …

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Spooky Spoken Word OPEN MIC! on Monday October 29th

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David Joe Miller presents a Spooky Spoken Word Open Mic on Monday October 29th. All writers, storytellers and poets are invited to attend and participate. The theme is "spooky" and Miller urges you to bring your "spookiest" words. Costumes are welcomed and encouraged.

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HCT Offers Spooky Double Feature: The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

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The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor's tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere.  Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

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The 22nd Annual Brewgrass Festival Postponed Due to Hurricane Florence

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The Annual Event is Rescheduled for October 27th, 2018 at the Salvage Station

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New Front Entrance Opens at WNC Nature Center

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The WNC Nature Center will welcome guests into their new front entrance beginning Wednesday, September 12, 2018. The Center will be closed to guests on Tuesday, September 11th in preparation.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Taste: Taste of Asheville returns Nov. 15

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Asheville’s biggest culinary event celebrates its 10th Anniversary of bold flavors and palate pleasers.

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Must-Visit Places on the East Coast

Stretching all the way from the icy, snow capped peaks of Canada to the breezy beaches of Florida, the American East Coast is one of the most diverse places on earth that you can visit. Here are some of the sites that you absolutely cannot miss when traveling on the East Coast: 

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