Gwinnet Daily Post in Georgia visits Asheville and has delightful things to say about it.
My last visit to Asheville was in the early 1990s, and I never would have imagined what it would become in the year 2005: a breathtaking community filled with artists' studios, restaurants, bistros, shops, nightclubs and, of course, eclectic bookshops like Malaprop's.
Who knew this once-hidden outpost in western North Carolina's landscape would be the center of a strong concentration of creativity and beauty? Nowhere in the Southeast can you find this much class, style and culture.
Activists to rally outside Hagan’s Asheville office urging end of support for Israeli military action - Here’s the press release from CODEPINK: When: Friday, July 25 at noon Where: Meet at Prichard Park and march to Senator’s Hagan’s office (82 Patton Avenue ...
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