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Michelle Hamilton

Holiday Gift Market and Mixed Media Show at the Red House

The Red House Studios & Gallery in Black Mountain is presenting a Holiday Gift Market and a mixed media show beginning Saturday, November 1, 2014. The market will feature artist made gifts that include photography by Ray Mata; turned wood by David Kaylor; fiber art by Lyn Krauss and Judy Kaufman; jewelry by Sylvia McCollum, …

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Fall Cluster, watercolor and pen 
by Jane Voorhees.

Voorhees Family Art Show & Sale

The 17th Voorhees Family Art Show and Sale will be held on Saturday & Sunday, November 22 & 23, 2014. The sale takes place in a renovated historic Arts and Crafts style home located in the Norwood Park area of North Asheville. This weekend show and sale is free and open to the public. This …

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The Face of Love, starring Anette Benning and Ed Harris, is a grown up look at grief, love and aging.

The Asheville Cinema Festival 2014

The Asheville Cinema Festival is thrilled to present films that are currently receiving awards at some of the top film festivals around the country. The Asheville Cinema Festival 2011 screened The Artist; the 2012 festival screened Silver Linings Playbook and Quartet; and, in 2013 August: Osage County and Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom were …

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Jim Sams

The 67th Annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands

The 67th Annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands takes place at the U.S. Cellular Center in downtown Asheville, October 16-19. Nearly 200 juried artists of the Southern Highland Craft Guild will be selling works of clay, metal, wood, jewelry, fiber, paper, natural materials, leather and mixed media. With styles ranging from traditional to contemporary, …

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Which is your favorite Classic Movie Monster?
The Mummy
The Wolf Man
The Blob
King Kong
Hunchback of Notre Dame
Creature from the Black Lagoon
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