Andre Dubis III is feature speaker at WCU's Spring Lit Fest. Read about his latest, Dirty Love, which pulls back facades on relationships that tend to go bad. See Fest details.
APR anniversary anthology
The best of the best of the Asheville Poetry Review, a journal of international repute, graces a hefty anthology, and celebrates its 20th anniversary, 1994-2014. Read about book.
Talk about the Vance Monument and a corresponding African-American Heritage monument raises questions about the purposes monuments serve. Read more.
Region and world items
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Read about the working class history of the region; and about Dr. David Whisnant's talk on the subject, Thurs., Mar 26, at the Mars Hill College.
McKinney family legacy of joy
Through several generations in Mitchell County, the McKinneys have passed on a legacy. Read story.
Hogs on our mind
Story about how hogs shaped WNC culture refers to John Weaver, Robert Morgan, & Tipper Pressley.
See more Community and Local History features.
See week's calendar of events.
YA authors Amy Reed (left), Robin Constantine, Jaye Robin Brown, and Delilah Dawson present new books, Malaprop's, Apr. 28.
Gilbert-Chappell Poet Brent Martin (right)
and a student read their works, Jackson Co. Public Library, Apr. 30.
Asheville WordFest hosts many readings
and narrative sessions, Asheville campus of
Lenior-Rhyne University, May 1-2.
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