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Things To Do In Asheville: 4th of July Edition

Wanting something to do on the 4th of July, but not sure where to go? We have a rundown of all of things happening in and around Asheville for Independence Day. Grab a cooler and some drinks, your friends, and be ready to have a good time. 

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Things To Do In Asheville June 25th: Geek Edition

As it is Wednesday, all I can think about is an overly excited camel belting out “hump daaaayyeee” across a rather boring office and how many others like myself are eagerly anticipating the weekend.  But who said Wednesday can’t be great.  Here are a few things making my Wednesday much more interesting than yours.

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Asheville Tag Office Closing Doors Friday, June 27, 2014

Asheville will have one less license plate agency location as of Friday, June 27th when the contract ends.

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Things To Do In Asheville June 19-22 2014

Looking for something to do this weekend? There is a flurry of activity happening and it seems like there is something for everyone - and I don't use that phrase lightly. From fiber arts to film festivals, freebies to paid amusement, I have some suggestions on what to do and where to go that are sure to fit any budget and style. 

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Biltmore Coffee Company Closing

The Biltmore Coffee Company (Not to be confused with Biltmore Coffee Traders on Hendersonville Road), located at 1 North Pack Square, in the bottom portion of the Biltmore Office Building, is closing doors effective Friday, June 27th. Upon hearing this I gave a little gasp of horror as I not only love their space, but I adore their chai lattes. I did a little digging to find out the cause of closure and what would happen to the building.

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Asheville Harry Potter Alliance

The name is confusing to some, if not most. Harry Potter Alliance? “What do you do, sit around and talk about Harry Potter all the time?” Well…no. Not really. Actually, not much at all.

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Caleb Johnson Wins American Idol

It has been a long road, but tonight crowned Asheville's very own Caleb Johnson the winner for the 13th season of the hit reality television show American Idol! Since the season premiered January 15th

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Asheville City Market Guides

Everyone loves a good market, be it a tailgate, farmers, or city market. With the weather turning and market season ramping up, we decided to give you a local market guide. Exact products and vendors may vary from market to market, but expect great local produce and products to be available at all locations. Most markets open in April, but please check out each markets website for exact opening dates.

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Free Comic Book Day May 3rd 2014

Free comic book day is soon upon us! Tomorrow, all Asheville comic book shops - including Pastimes in Weaverville, Hero Hunters in Candler, and Comic Envy on Tunnel Road will open their doors to adori

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International TableTop Day 2014

How long has it been since you have played a board game? Growing up, it was a family tradition to sit down and have a board game night about once every two weeks. I remember playing the classic games - Yahtzee, Monopoly, Connect 4, Mousetrap, Trouble, Sorry! and more. As I grew older the tradition happened less and less, and eventually stopped. Recently I started getting my husband interested in board games. Having grown up only playing Monopoly, he never had the same pleasant association that I did with board games - he viewed them as a boring chore, instead of an entertaining media free form of fun.

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