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AB InBev Acquires Wicked Weed Brewing

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It’s finally happened...  A local Asheville brewery has sold out to the multinational beverage company, AB Inbev.  The whole town went up in arms last year over rumors that New Belgium might be getting sold out to AB Inbev.  That never was a part of the plan for New Belgium though.

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Tasty Beverage Company’s 2nd Anniversary

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Tasty Beverage Company is hosting a very special event to celebrate the second anniversary of the opening of their Asheville location on Coxe Avenue.  The festivities begin at noon and continue through 6:00pm or until you all drink all the beer.

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5 Places to Experience Local Art and Music in Marshall, NC

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Asheville is arguably the largest hub for local arts in WNC, but by far it is not the only one. Just a short drive north, the small Madison County town of Marshall has made the most of riverside living. There are dozens of local galleries and studios, forming an enclave of artists in the midst of a renaissance.

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Ted Light Lime Headlines Three New Catawba Beer Releases This Week

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Ted Light Lime (4.5 percent ABV) returns to Catawba tasting rooms, now available on draft and in 6-pack cans. This refreshing session ale debuted last summer as an Asheville-made Small Batch beer before going into production as a new year-round offering. Lighter in body and ABV than its namesake Farmer Ted’s Cream Ale, Ted Light Lime is infused with a thirst-quenching hint of fresh natural lime flavor. Look for Ted Light Lime wherever Catawba beers are sold.

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Asheville Based Web-series “When Fact Met Fiction” Launches Crowdfunding Campaign For Second Season

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The creators of the Asheville, NC based Web-series “When Fact Met Fiction” (WFMF), Stefan and Robin Liner, launched a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGOGO on Saturday, April 1st 2017 to raise funds for the production of the show’s second Season. Season 1 of WFMF debuted last winter with 8 ten minute episodes released on Youtube and Vimeo. The cast and crew of Asheville film professionals filmed all eight episodes in 4 1/2 days on a shoestring budget.

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Catawba Brewing Releases Small Batch Peach Grisette

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Bee City USA Asheville Program Now Led By Asheville GreenWorks

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Asheville GreenWorks is pleased to announce that it is now the organizational home of the Bee City USA Asheville affiliate.

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Mary Ellen Hannibal at Malaprops Bookstore & Cafe April 6 2017

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Malaprop’s Bookstore & Café presents Mary Ellen Hannibal, award-winning environmental journalist, author, and thought leader, on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Hannibal will discuss her new book, Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction. Joining her in conversation will be Mallory D. McDuff, Professor, Environmental Studies/Outdoor Leadership, at Warren Wilson College, Asheville, NC.

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Free Monthly Climate Change Film Series Continues March 28th @ The Collider

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The Collider's monthly movie night, presented by Oskar Blues Brewery and featuring films related to climate change and the environment, continues on Tuesday, March 28, at the nonprofit innovation center in downtown Asheville. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the program begins at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public (with a suggested donation). Popcorn and a selection of Oskar Blues beers will be provided.

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Malaprop’s Announces the Inaugural Rise Up and Read Together Program

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Malaprop’s Bookstore has announced the Rise Up and Read Together, a year-long program that invites all residents of Asheville to read the same book. Rise Up and Read Together is modeled on the “One City One Book” program, and is designed to build a sense of community and promote literacy. Like “One City One Book,” Asheville’s Rise Up and Read Together takes the idea of a localized book discussion club and expands it to cover an entire community.

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