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Ingredients

Written by David Teague – Raymond flipped through his Spice of Life cookbook and found a recipe for Herb-Crusted Cheese Truffles. The invitation to Melissa’s party was the
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Flying Crocodiles

Written by Michael Landolfi – BaBang! Thud! Brrizzppp! It was 3am. The hollow plastic explosion startled us all. Kelly bolted upright, “What the…?” She dug her fingernails into
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What to Do – July 2015

Wednesday, July 1 at 7 pm Jenny Martin & Courtney Stevens Reading & Signing Fast cars are Phoebe “Phee” Van Zant’s mode of opposition in Jenny Martin’s debut
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Inside: July 2015

  Fine Art: John Cram..p4 Jonas Gerard..p17 Jack Stern..p18 Seven Sisters Gallery..p19 Frances Greenberg..p21 Art After Dark..p24 Performance: Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival..p6 AmiciMusic..p6 HART..p7 Carl Sandburg Home..p7 Young
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July 2015

On the cover: Dill Falls by Jack Stern..p18. Inside: LEAF in Downtown Asheville..p8; Mountain Dance and Folk Festival..p9; Village Art and Craft Fair..p11; Folkmoot..p23.
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1st Annual LEAF Downtown AVL

Since 1995, LEAF has been championing its mission to connect cultures and create community – both locally and globally. Following the creation of Lake Eden Arts Festival, LEAF
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Folkmoot – July 16-26, 2015

North Carolina’s International Folk Festival Folkmoot is a ten-day event featuring more than 200 international performers from ten countries with performances in 12 Western North Carolina communities. Folkmoot
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International ArtFest

Where the World Meets on Main Street. International ArtFest 2015 takes place Saturday, July 18, 2015, from 10-5 p.m., rain or shine, in downtown Waynesville. This event is
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Art on Spruce Street

Spruce Street Market will be taking over North Spruce Street to bring you an array of local and regional artists from textiles to digital art. The market will
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The Classic Wineseller

Perfect for Shopping, Dining, and Live Entertainment Tucked away in an underground cellar at 20 Church Street, just off Main Street in historic downtown Waynesville, is an unassuming
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