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Local Author Will Kindle Your Fire

Beneath the Chatter: the wise self awaits – A Contemplative Photography Companion for the Journey Home. If ever a book could inspire you into a new way of viewing life, this is it. Beneath the Chatter is an engaging contemplative verbal and visual experience both wise and whimsical, with gentle and yet raw honesty. It …

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A Chorus Line opens at ACT.

Magical February Performances

Brilliant Music, Complex Dramas, and a Poignant Comedy by Riley Schilling – Create a special night with your partner by attending any of these live performances, sure to sweeten your Valentine’s heart. Choose from compelling dramatics, stunning sound, sensual dance, or any combination thereof! Single? So! What better way to spend the evening than in …

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In Provovo by Nancy Kubale

Dynamic Narratives

The Folk Art Center’s Main Gallery begins the new year with “Dynamic Narratives,” an exhibition highlighting the work of Women Ceramic Sculptors. The twelve featured artists address important issues of society, using clay to express their point of view, individually and collectively. The exhibition will run through April 19, 2015. Cindy Billingsley of Cookeville, TN …

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Tango at Lex 18

Passion, Temptation and Tango

A 1920’s candlelit dinner, music and tango revue Lex 18 is hosting a Valentine’s Date Night dinner, music and Tango Revue. Lex 18, Asheville’s Southern Appalachian Supper Club and Moonshine Bar, will host an Argentinian feast and dance review on Saturday, February 14 for friends and lovers searching for the perfect Valentine’s evening. Expected to …

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