Bonus fun stuff that’s happening

Happiness is a warm… The debate over gun control moves to the canvas with The Gun Show, featuring works by Connie Bostic, on display at Flood Gallery through the month of March. Opening reception Saturday, March 2 from 6-9 p.m.

Neighbors to the North: Canadian powerhouse Leahy will bring music and dance to Diana Wortham Theatre on Tueday, March 5 and Wednesday, March 6 at 8 p.m.

In celebration of women: Artist Mary Alice Ramsey will mark Women's History Month with an exhibit honoring women in UNCA's Intercultural Center. Opening reception Wednesday, March 6 at 7 p.m.


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  1. Byron Belzak

    BULLETPROOF ART! Connie Bostic, one of Asheville’s greatest living artists, has once again found her voice of compassion and love of life in her new, stunning, moving, controversial, necessary, timely, bring-it-on, must-see, art exhibit, aptly named “The Gun Show,” which is living proof that her brush is more powerful than the gun and, perhaps most importantly, that hope borne in art can defeat the hate of the devilish NRA. — Byron Belzak, Editor-Publisher,

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