Category: Lifestyles

Designing Solutions for the Big Problems

“Participants in Local Environment group, Design Science Lab. From left: Cathy Holt, Darcel Eddins, Joel Vann Fuller, Gloria Howard Free, Michael Miller, Molly Sprengelmeyer.” by Read more »

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Book Notes: Author Profile: Oneida Swinton-Lambert

Oneida Katrina Swinton-Lambert grew up in Asheville in the 1950s and 1960s. Her father, Bill Swinton, came from Charleston, SC, her mother, Allie Johnson Swinton, Read more »

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My Car Won’t Go on H2O!

Car owners across the country braced themselves for another smack in the face at the gasoline pump, as the shutdown of the giant Prudhoe Bay Read more »

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International Link

International Link will offer training opportunities for tutoring English, on Mon., June 19 and Wed., June 21, from 6:00-9:00 p.m.    

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An African American woman playing a 16th-century Italian duke? Why not?

Stephanie Hickling plays Prospero(shown with Chris McLouglin as Ariel) in the Montford Park Players production of Shakespeare’s "The Tempest." By Moe White Here in Asheville, Read more »

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Durham Cellist to Perform at Chamber Music Festival

Cellist Tim Holley Flutist Kate Steinbeck directs Keowee Chamber Music Festival celebrating its sixth season June 13-25.

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One of the Most Influential Black Men in America

In the April/May 2006 issue of Urban Influence Magazine, 21-year-old Farrah Gray, winner of The National Urban League Whitney M. Young, Jr. Entrepreneurship Award, was Read more »

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Civil Rights Attorney and Noted Author Receive Honorary Degrees from UNC Asheville

Anne Ponder, UNCA’s sixth chancellor. By Urban News Staff At the UNCA Commencement Ceremony on May 13, Chancellor Anne Ponder will confer honorary doctoral degrees Read more »

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NAACP Diversity Career and Health Fair

Participants as well as job seekers work the room during the fair. By Johnnie N. Grant In spite of the rain, spirits were high and Read more »

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UNC Asheville to Host Performance of Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

Asian-Pacific Islander American Heritage Month UNC Asheville will host a performance of a traditional Chinese lion dance by Tai Yim\’s Kung Fu Dragon Dancers at 12:30 Read more »

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