November/December 2017

November/December 2017
Not even Scrooge could resist the mountain area's festive offerings

Penland-based Terrane Glass Designs artfully raises the bar

On the menu at Granny’s: traditions that outlast the passage of time

November/December 2017

“Mark-making is a specific language, and mine happens to be more gestural, expressive, impatient.”

Coach Roy Williams isn’t quitting while he’s on top

Big Creek Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The holidays always find Western North Carolina aglow

Back South brings it all back home on their new album

This endangered wolf finds safe haven at the WNC Nature Center

The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation celebrates 20 years of supporting the beloved road

Find something special for everyone on your list with these locally made and sold gifts

Support these vital local nonprofits to support one and all

Henderson County is one of the few in the state to pay tribute to its boys in blue

Where Madison County once caged its scofflaws, a team of locals sees a creative future

The latest from throughout Western North Carolina

Jenny Lou Sherburne’s Seussian-style pottery delights through color and shape

His Celtic Christmas show returns with strong traditions and new holiday riffs

Offering an artistic feast for the senses

Hostess extraordinaire Ashley English welcomes the holidays with an annual cookie exchange

Up the merriment with a spiced spin on a classic favorite

Local chefs weigh in on their turkey trials and traditions

Fine cheese and charcuterie make seasonal fêtes all the merrier

Ugga Mugga Bakery’s galette brings baked goodness to the holidays

A local writer serves up Asheville’s culinary history in a special presentation

Sunchokes brighten Chef Jacob Sessoms’ late autumn menu