The Airing of the Quilts honors a rite of spring in the mountains. Plus, Biltmore Lake presents an art stroll, Asheville gets a history museum, and a Black Mountain poet releases a new collection.
While some historians were already telling fuller stories before the monument’s removal, others have been inspired by its absence.
A Smith-McDowell House exhibit and programming and a Swannanoa Valley Musuem & History Center event bring tea into the conversation about Western North Carolina history.
The holiday season is in full swing, and there’s so many celebratory possibilities that it would be easy to miss out on something big — lights shows, a trolley tour, a naughty elf and good music are all on the list.
Southern Appalachia can thank any number of movies and TV shows for flagrantly misconstruing us as a bunch of lawless, illiterate hicks and hillbillies. Such characters have softened and intoxicated our sheriffs, put moonshine stills in all of our kitchens and rendered snakes as common as hymnals in our churches. And docudramas such as Moonshiners […]
The Smith-McDowell house will deck the halls with authentic Victorian decorations through Wednesday, Jan. 2.