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ABCCM Christmas Angel Shop Key Presentation by Ingles Markets

On Tuesday, November 24th at 153 Smokey Park Highway in Asheville, N.C. near the recently redesigned Smokey Park Highway Ingles Store #031, Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry (ABCCM) will be receiving a ceremonial key from Ingles to open ABCCM Christmas Angel Shop for 2020.

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Zen Hen Café Opens in Hendersonville

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 A new WNC eatery is out to balance the never-ending journey for health-conscious meals on-the-go.

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Cold Mountain Beer Release 2020

Highland Brewing Celebrates Return of Cult-Favorite Spiced Winter Ale with Festivities from November 6-14 For the past 24 years, Highland Brewing has kicked off the holiday season with a release party for Cold Mountain Spiced Winter Ale. As with many things this year, Cold Mountain 2020 will look different, including a ticketed weekend of celebration sessions and online pre-orders for the beer.

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Asheville Humane Society Announces New Board Members

Asheville Humane Society announced the appointment of six new members to their board of directors. This brings the number of board members to thirteen.

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Bob Moog Foundation Announces Trifecta Raffle

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The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to announce its 2020 Trifecta Raffle featuring three vintage Moog synthesizers: a Moog Rogue, a Moog Prodigy, and a Moog Source. The synthesizers being offered have been fully restored and are in excellent technical and physical condition. Together their collective worth is nearly $7,000.

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West Asheville Bookstore To Host a Virtual Conversation on Criminal Justice Reform

Firestorm Books is excited to announce a free, virtual event with Victoria Law and Maya Schenwar, co-authors of a new book exploring alternatives to incarceration. The September 19th event follows the recent publication of Schenwar and Law’s debut collaboration, Prison by Any Other Name: The Harmful Consequences of Popular Reforms (New Press, 2020), which features a forward by New York Times bestselling author and civil rights activist Michelle Alexander.

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Earth Fare Partners with ABCCM for its inaugural 5% Giving Day

This quarter Earth Fare, Westgate will support ABCCM (Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry) in their endeavor of furnishing the kitchen at Transformation Village. ABCCM’s Transformation Village is a new 24 acre campus located off of Brevard Rd and I-26, providing 100 beds so homeless women and moms with children have a safe place.  ABCCM offers hope and healing with life skills and work readiness training that leads to living wage jobs and permanent homes.

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Earth Fare Now Offers Qualifying Discounts & At-Risk Shopping Times

Earth Fare has listened to its fans on Social Media and is now offering At-Risk Shopping times and day specific discounts for Seniors, Students, Faculty and Military at all locations.  “To all of our Earth Fare Patrons, you spoke up and we listened. Starting August 10th, 2020, we will offer At-Risk Shopping times as well as a 5% discount to qualifying Earth Fare Guests”, said Dennis Hulsing, President & CEO of Hulsing Enterprises and Earth Fare. 

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CITIZEN VINYL RECORD PRESSING PLANT TO OPEN IN ASHEVILLE, NC THIS SEPTEMBER

A full circle revival is underway for Asheville, NC’s Citizen-Times building. Once home to the daily paper’s printing facility and offices, the historic site will soon be unveiled with a new identity as a boutique vinyl pressing plant, record store and bar/cafe (and a new name): Citizen Vinyl. Founded by veteran music producer Gar Ragland and supported by a dream team of industry professionals and craftsmen, Citizen Vinyl is slated to become North Carolina’s first on site pressing plant, though its mission goes beyond just manufacturing great quality records.

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Asheville Tea Company Brews Adventure with Release of New Tea Line

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Asheville Tea Company announces the release of their new eco-friendly tea boxes, packed with Blue Ridge botanicals and full of Asheville flavor. “We are incredibly grateful for our TEAm and the amazing community around us who have rallied to bring this project to life,” said Jessie Dean, who launched Asheville Tea Company in 2016. “We hope that our new product line truly speaks to the values we hold as a company as well as the personality of our community and richness of the ingredients grown right here in North Carolina.”

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