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10 Myths Related to Artists

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Have you always been fond of artists? If yes, then you may have heard some terrible myths related to them. The worst is, you might trust a few of these things, which are nothing but misconceptions. Life of an Artist It doesn’t matter if a person is a musician or a painter, a writer or an actor, all that matters is that he is an artist and is doing all that he can to entertain you. You have to be thankful for all the artists that you see on the screen, listen to in your earphones or admire for their words. It is not an easy thing to accept your art as a profession. Those who do it are quite courageous. Things may seem glamorous to you in the life of an artist, but there is no shortcut to success. When you magnify into the lives of artists, you notice how different they are than they seem on the screen or in their books. An artist’s life is not ordinary at all; he goes through storms to be where he has reached. You may have met an artist who had no idea about the term paper formatting during his college …

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Asheville Restaurant Week Jan 15-26 2018

In its sixth year, Asheville Restaurant Week will take place over the course of 10 days during January 15-26, 2018 and kick-off with a reception at New Belgium Brewing on January 11 2018

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First anniversary together: How to impress her

Your first year of marriage was amazing and challenging in the same time. And now you are going to celebrate your first anniversary. Time can pass quickly when people are happy and your wife deserves the best on your first wedding anniversary celebration. You just need to organize the best celebration for your amazing wife. You need to choose at least two positions gift and restaurant and flowers of course. Also you have to decide what type of celebration you and your wife prefer a big family celebration or party for two.

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The Top Five Machines for Building Arm Muscles

Gym-goers may have an interest in promoting the growth of specific parts of the body, such as the arms, in which case they need to do exercises that are centered on those parts. Together with specifically focused exercises, consider using trusted and reliable steroids such as injection de testosterone. Steroids will deliver the desired results as well as maximizing the increase in the size of the arm muscles. The following are some of the best machines that one can utilize to have larger muscles in the arms, together with the pectorals.

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Hawaii’s Big Island: A place of Epic Adventures

I’ve spent quite a bit of time in Hawaii, but mainly it’s been on the very popular island of Oahu. And I definitely can’t say anything bad about the place – it’s absolutely magical in every way. I’ve done everything from skydiving Oahu and hopping on a helicopter without any doors to checking out the awesome local breweries and making a ton of new friends. Heck, I even once landed a stay at Turtle Bay Resort – yep, exactly where Forgetting Sarah Marshall was filmed.

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Keeping On Top of The Weather Is Easy With The Right Equipment

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Imagine being able to know inclement weather is on the way, even before the meteorologists. The right equipment will go a long way to keeping you and your family safe. With the proper equipment from Earth Networks, you will be able to know when you should seek shelter, and when to keep your outdoor plans.

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Documentary “13th” Screening Dec 4th 2017

On Monday, December 4th, at 6:30 PM, CJJ/West and the ACLU of North Carolina’s Western NC Chapter will be co-sponsoring the screening of “13th,” a documentary by filmmaker Ava DuVernay, at the Altamont Theatre, 13 Church Street in Asheville.

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Asheville Taxi Co. obtains “Uber Permit”

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Asheville Taxi Co., a local car service, has obtained a permit from the State of North Carolina to operate as a Transportation Network Company, also known as a “Rideshare” like multinationals Uber and Lyft. Passengers looking for a ride hail drivers in their own private vehicles through a smartphone app on their Android or iPhone device, are taken to their destination, and pay by credit card linked to their accounts. No cash or credit card present is necessary and a receipt showing the trip details is automatically emailed to the passenger and driver. TNCs have quickly become popular alternatives to traditional taxis and for hire car services due to their convenience and efficient service.

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10 Tips To Vacation Like The Locals In Hawaii

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Hawaiians vary. Some might be living in Hawaii mansions near the mountains while others might prefer a condo with a view of the ocean. Some are of Asian descent while others have family lines tracing back to the noble families of Hawaiian aristocracy. What they all have in common is they are all locals and can easily pick out the tourist, which is you. If you want to fit in with a local, these ten tips will definitely help you blend in.

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Cary Cooper, CD Release Concert Benefit for Arts Program at The Franklin School of Innovation

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Cary Cooper, national award-winning songwriter and captivating performer, will release her newest CD, “Case of the Hopefuls” at the Altamont Theatre in Asheville, NC on November 30, 2017.  The concert, which benefits the Arts program at The Franklin School of Innovation (FSI), will also include songwriting students and the FSI High School Chorus.

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