Category: Lifestyles

Wild South’s First Annual Outdoor Photo Contest

Open to professionals and amateurs alike, Wild South celebrates public lands through the eyes of photographers. Photos must be from public lands of the Southeast Read more »

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Mosley Appointed to African American Heritage Commission

On July 26, 2016, the Asheville City Council appointed Attorney S. Antanette Mosley to the African American Heritage Commission to serve a three-year term.  The Read more »

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Ask Sista Girl – August 2016

Sista Girl: Help! I need to know your thoughts. My mother has always told me, “Why buy the cow when you can get the milk—for Read more »

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In Memory of Jerry Jai Williams

By Damion “DaDa” Bailey – Let Sparks Fly (Justice for Jerry) Pain is in black, and it comes in dark blue skies. Blue uniforms yell Read more »

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Gateway Buncombe National Fatherhood Initiative Program

24/7 Dad® AM-PM Evidence Based Program (PDF) Gateway Buncombe National Fatherhood Initiative Program 25 Forsythe Street, Asheville, NC 28801 Held at Greater Works Church, Ronald Read more »

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WNCAP News: August 2016

WNCAP News: August 2016 (PDF) The Western North Carolina AIDS Project is dedicated to providing HIV related services to the people of Western North Carolina Read more »

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Student is Afraid for Friends and Family in Turkey

by Teresa Buckner – Selin Talay, a rising junior at Mars Hill University, already has plane tickets to go see her parents at Christmas time. Read more »

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Date My City

By Sheneika E. Smith – Black Leadership NOW My Return to Asheville Five years ago, circumstances brought me back home to Asheville from Charlotte, NC Read more »

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Ask Sista Girl – July 2016

Sista Girl: I’ve been in a loveless marriage for over 30 years, and there is nothing worth salvaging from this marriage—period. The children are grown Read more »

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Our Poverty Myth

By Jill Richardson The illusion that people are to blame for their own poverty goes back centuries in our culture. If you’re poor, many Americans Read more »

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