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APRIL 2019 SECOND SATURDAY in the RIVER ARTS DISTRICT

Saturday, April 13th 2019 On the Second Saturday of each month, the River Arts District will be holding gallery walks with live demonstrations, live music, wine tastings / spreads of food, and more! Meander the mile-long district and discover all there is that the “RAD” has to offer. There are more than 200 artists in the 23 buildings throughout the district. Most of them will be on hand to describe or show you their techniques as well as share with you what inspires them. Free trolley around the district: 11am-4:30pm Best time to swing over to your favorite studio, noon – 5pm. Most studios and galleries open 10 am – 6 pm. Saturday, April 13th 2019 Second Saturday Events: Curve Studios and Garden 9 Riverside Dr. 11 am – 5pm Join ceramic sculptor Cassie Butcher for coffee, treats and artist talk. Cassie will be discussing the concepts of her newest souls, why she calls them souls and answer questions. The artist talk will begin at 11:00am, but feel free to stop by all day to meet Cassie, see work in progress and finished works. Studio A – Pink Dog Creative 344 Depot St. Suite 100 12 pm – 5 pm …

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Love Roux to the Moon & Back

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Show your sweetheart that you love them to the moon & back!  Join Roux in Biltmore Park for “Love Roux to the Moon,” a special Valentine’s Day dinner Feb. 14-16, prepared by South Asheville’s famed chef Randy Dunn. 

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Eurisko Beer Co. Celebrates Twin Peaks Day

Eurisko Beer Co. commemorates the day Agent Dale Cooper first crossed the border into the wonderful and strange town of Twin Peaks, on Sunday, February 24 beginning at 11:30 a.m. The brewery plays host to a full day of special events celebrating David Lynch’s surrealist take on the dark underbelly of small town Americana, featuring small-batch Eurisko beers inspired by the seminal T.V. series, including a one-off coffee variant of Kollabörator, a doppelbock conceived by Eurisko and The Whale.

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Sure Sure Debuts New Single; Plays Orange Peel

Indie pop band from LA, Sure Sure just released their sharp and charismatic new single Idiot today via Ghettoblaster Magazine. As the band explains with their trademark humor, “‘Idiot’ is about judging a person from afar and then realizing you are that person. It's also about embracing your dysfunctionality and ripping a guitar solo.”

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MARCH 2019 SECOND SATURDAY in the RIVER ARTS DISTRICT

On the Second Saturday of each month, the River Arts District will be holding gallery walks with live demonstrations, live music, wine tastings / spreads of food, and more! Meander the mile-long district and discover all there is that the “RAD” has to offer. There are more than 200 artists in the 23 buildings throughout the district. Most of them will be on hand to describe or show you their techniques as well as share with you what inspires them.

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Jonas Gerard Art Destroyed At Asheville Airport

Within the span of 24 hours, four pieces of work created by the locally infamous Jonas Gerard has been destroyed. The pieces were displayed at the Asheville Airport. After the destruction of the first two pieces at an undetermined time yesterday, two more pieces were installed as replacements, where they were documented to have been vandalized at some point last night. 

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ANDY MOWATT’S FREQUENCY MOVEMENT @ The One Stop Feb 2 2019

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Andy Mowatt's Frequency Movement from Lancaster PA will return to Asheville to support the release of a debut album [self-titled] at The One Stop at Asheville Music Hall (55 College St) on Saturday February 2 at 10pm. $5 Cash Donation, 21+.

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Asheville River Arts District February Second Saturday February 12th, 2019

On the Second Saturday of each month, the River Arts District will be holding gallery walks with live demonstrations, live music, wine tastings / spreads of food, and more! Meander the mile-long district and discover all there is that the “RAD” has to offer. There are more than 200 artists in the 23 buildings throughout the district. Most of them will be on hand to describe or show you their techniques as well as share with you what inspires them.

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CBD Is Good For Your Health

This is a sponsored post  What is CBD? CBD is a cannabinoid, it helps supplement your bodies naturally cannabinoids which strengthen the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is a vast system of cannabinoid receptors. Our endocannabinoid systems have been shown to control a whole host of functions on the human body. When consumed, CBD has a variety of health benefits including reducing inflammation, helping with anxiety and depression, and reducing pain.  Due to the rise of CBD in the media, the legalization of cannabis in some states, and the law allowing commercial hemp farming, CBD based products are being more common and easier to acquire. CBD is safe for all ages, easily accessible, impossible to overdose on, and affordable.  What Kinds of CBD Products Are Available? CBD based and CBD infused products are widely available, both online and in store at a variety of retailers. Everything from skin care, soothing salve, shampoo, conditioner, drinks and candy are available for general public consumption. Some people prefer to stick with beauty products which have hemp oil and cbd; while others choose to use CBD as a daily supplement and ingest it via vaping, oil, or infused foods. You can even buy pet …

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All I Want For Christmas is CBD

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