Category: Lifestyles

From ‘Charlie Boy’ to Charles

Charles Blount     Photo by Cathryn Shaffer Charles Blount, the author of “Whatever Happened to Charlie Boy” is a man who is more than his writing. Read more »

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Pathways Leading from AB Tech’s GED Program

What do Bill Cosby and the students who will gather in AB Tech’s Ferguson Auditorium on the evening of June 12th have in common? By Read more »

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It Takes A Village: Sharon West

“Asheville is a resource-rich community and if people reach out to each other it will help to educate about disparities.”     – Sharon West, Nurse Read more »

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April 26-29 Play: Tough Love

W.C. Reid Center for Creative Arts presents “Tough Love”, directed by W. LaVone Griffin. Adults $5; 18 and under Free. For more information call (828) Read more »

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New Segregations: A Video Dialogue about Neighborhoods, Race, and Our Schools

“New Segregations” is a forty-five-minute documentary about the complexity of race and class divisions in our school system. It points out the dangers of labeling Read more »

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The Olive Harvest

The Fine Arts Theater in partnership with The Prama Institute proudly present Hanna Elias’ The Olive Harvest. Don’t miss this opportunity to see an unusual Read more »

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the Constant Reader: A Mother’s Cry…

A Mother’s Cry – He’s Still My Child is my therapy through trails and tribulations. I was empowered to pen my thoughts so they wouldn’t Read more »

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The Inspiration Behind ‘The Butterbeans’

Carluse Baird And the Stage Production “For the Rest of My Life I’ll Serve Him”By Staff ReportsElder Carluse Baird grew up in Asheville but being Read more »

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Sweet Honey In The Rock Takes the Stage in Bravo’s 2006-2007 Season

Grammy award winning African American female a cappella and percussion ensemble, Sweet Honey in the Rock, will perform on Sunday, February 11, 2007 at 4 Read more »

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A Golden Ticket to a Brighter Future – No Longer “A Dream Deferred”

By Stephanie L. SharpAs A-B Tech’s GED students walk into the testing room of the Pines building, they must present to the chief examiner the Read more »

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