Thanks for welcoming visitors and giving us information we need

Thank you, thank you for keeping a frequent visitor of Asheville in the know. I'm not a "tourist." Even though I don't live in Asheville, I visit frequently enough that this feels like my second home. So, the first thing (OK, maybe the second thing, after I get my hands on a chicken sandwich from HomeGrown) is pick up a copy of the Mountain Xpress and read it cover to cover. In just a matter of minutes, I'm in the know.

In the Triangle we have the Independent Weekly, a publication that I read every week to [keep] current, and even then I still read a number of other blogs and feeds to keep up. In Asheville, I'm in good hands with the Mountain Xpress. Thanks for welcoming visitors and giving them all the information they need for Asheville to feel like home.

— Caroline Riddle
Durham

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