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First on the Scene

Written by P.H. Fraser – I remember…  the day was idyllically bright…  early June…  flawless warmth of a fresh season waving winter a final goodbye.  We met unexpectedly in
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Car 11

Written by Cameron Aviles – “When are we going home?” There was a long moment of silence in a barely lit train car. The lights from the lamps
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Played

Written by RF Wilson – Ice cubes swirled in the clear brown liquid. I lifted the glass, took a sip. I’d seen a lot in my day. Nothing shocked
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Borneo, Part Two

Written by Eddie LeShure – The is the second part of a three part series and was written in April 2003. Exchange rate: $1 = about 9,000 Rupiahs.
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What to Do – February 2016

thru February Urban Sketches by Virginia Pendergrass Trackside Studios, 375 Depot Street in the River Arts District. Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday. February 4-6 Mothertongue Ghosts
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February 2016

On the cover: Art by Mark Bettis..p17. Inside: Urban Sketches by Virginia Pendergrass..p11; Elegant Jewelry by Susan Marie Phipps..p18; Exclusive Interview with Colin Hay..p22; Your Ultimate Guide to
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The Knights

On Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 7 p.m. the New York City based, forty-two piece, orchestral collective, The Knights, perform at Diana Wortham Theatre. The Knights ignite the
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The Three Davids in Concert

Join three of Asheville’s favorite award-winning songwriters and entertainers, David Holt, David Wilcox, and David LaMotte, on Saturday February 20, 2016 for their second annual ‘Three Davids’ concert.
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An American in Paris

A tribute to Paris, the City of Lights, and the composers who lived there and traveled there from America in the early part of the 20th century. AmiciMusic,
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Life’s Many Seasons

As the sun spirals northward from it’s winter retreat, goldsmith Susan Marie Phipps anticipates the returning colors of springtime in new jewelry designs she skillfully hand makes using
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What’s In A Name?

Be Who You Are and Make What You Make by Greg Vineyard – I had the most fascinating experience at a recent art event – a guest felt
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