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Healthcare For All, Y’all (We’re Already Paying For It)

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Please join us for a forum on the health, economic and social aspects of providing healthcare to all in the US. Joel R. Segal, who, as the senior legislative aide to Rep. John Conyers, was one of the lead staffers on the Affordable Care Act and co-authored HR 676, also known as “Expanded and Improved Medicare For All.” January 14th, 2018 at Blue Ridge Community College

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Asheville Yoga Center Fundraises for Asheville on Bikes

Asheville Yoga Center is cycling into the New Year with Asheville on Bikes to help support eco-friendly transportation and bike safety in the community. Starting on January 1, there will be donation boxes in AYC’s studio and boutique locations for monetary contributions. On Thursday, January 25, 10% of drop-in and community-class sales will be donated to the charity along with a direct donation of $250.

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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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