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Hail Cassius Neptune 9/8 at Pisgah Brewing

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Hail Cassius Neptune is a "psychedelic soul" powerhouse that fuses art rock with R&B into a unique sound channeling Erykah Badu and Hiatus Kaiyote. Fronted by Kylie Jo and Wilson Stern, their music weaves a danceable tapestry for the mind, body & soul. The band has been compared to acts across the gamut from The Mars Volta and Primus to Frank Zappa and D'Angelo. Kylie Jo's powerful vocals bring together Lauryn Hill's sense of soul with Fiona Apple's sense of humor.  As a Southeast band on the rise, H!CN has shared the stage with Papadosio, Beats Antique, and Consider the Source.

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Sustainable Development Training Takes a Village

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School of Integrated Living (SOIL) has been certified by Gaia Education to provide the Ecovillage Design Education credential through its Permaculture and Ecovillage Immersion at Earthaven Ecovillage, June 10–August 11. SOIL is now one of only two organizations in the US to offer this internationally recognized certificate, part of the UNESCO Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development.

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Love Your Pet Day To Benefit Asheville Humane Society

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"Love Your Pet Day" Event at Ten Thousand Villages to Benefit Asheville Humane Society

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Black Mountain Builder Wins National Green Building Honors

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Local homebuilding firm Living Stone Design + Build of Black Mountain won several national awards and was recognized as a leader in the home building industry at the 2017 National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders’ Show.

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Editor of The Laurel of Asheville Publishes Collection of Autobiographical Essays

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Billy Jonas Band Touches on All Faiths in Upcoming Holiday Show

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The Billy Jonas Band's upcoming Holiday Show - a multi-faith extravaganza, at the White Horse in Black Mountain will be happening on Sunday, December 18th  from 3 p.m.-4 p.m.

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Flood Gallery and Fine Arts Center Re-opens in Swannanoa Valley

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The Flood Gallery Fine Arts Center has moved from the River Arts District and re-opens September 17th at 2160 Hwy 70 near Swannanoa with an opening reception of Connie Bostic’s Art from 3pm to 9pm, performances by Ash Devine and other local singer song writers, and readings by authors of the Black Mountain Press. RED will be on display until October 30th. 

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Inaugural Jam In The Trees August 26-27th

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Jam in The Trees is thrilled to announce its daily schedule as well as the additions of Jim Lauderdale and Savannah Smith to this year’s event! They will be joining in on the already stellar lineup which includesThe Wood Brothers, The Del McCoury Band, Junior Brown, Willie Watson, The Burrito Brothers, The Secret Sisters, Patrick Sweany, and Leyla McCallaalong with a handful of North Carolina artists including Mipso, Chatham County Line, Tellico, Mark Bumgarner, and Unspoken Tradition.

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43rd LEAF Festival Lineup Announcement

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To the dreamers, wanderers and believers of infinite possibility, LEAF is excited to unveil the lineup of performing artists for the Fall 2016 LEAF Festival, taking place October 20-23, 2016 near Asheville at the majestic Lake Eden in Black Mountain, NC. We invite you explore a ‘Carnival of Wonder’ with performances by Balkan Beat Box, Beats Antique, Squirrel Nut Zippers and many more! Be prepared for performances that will ignite your imagination with a family adventure you will remember forever. Tickets are available at www.theLEAF.org/tickets. Children 10 years and under are FREE.

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Billy Jonas Band Family Show July 24th

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The Billy Jonas Band is bringing their creative, interactive and soul-inspiring family show to The White Horse in Black Mountain, NC on Sunday July 24th at 3pm. In their “funky folk music show for the whole family,” the band creates a collaborative musical experience, a "neo-tribal hootenanny" featuring original "voice and percussion"-based songs with a generous dose of audience participation.

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