HomeGrown in Asheville Serves Slow Food, Right Quick

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HomeGrown in Asheville Serves Slow Food, Right Quick

It’s the intersection of local culinary delights and affordability. “I knew we wanted to build a menu around what was available from local growers and producers. And I knew we wanted to make it affordable and approachable for everyone,” said Miki Kilpatrick. She’s the co-owner of HomeGrown, a farm-to-table culinary hot spot in North Asheville…. Read more »

TacoBilly is Eating up West Asheville!

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TacoBilly is Eating up West Asheville!

Located in West Asheville, TacoBilly has become a haven for culinary treats and social interaction.   The smallest of canvases can contain the biggest of ideas. “You can take anything and put it in a taco. There are so many options with tortillas—the possibilities are endless,” said Hunter Berry. Every day for Berry is a… Read more »

Shaping the Minds of Tomorrow: Mars Hill University

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Shaping the Minds of Tomorrow: Mars Hill University

  With his 50-year college graduation anniversary coming up in 2019, Mars Hill University alumni Dr. Dan Lunsford won’t have to travel far for the celebration—he’s the school’s president. “It has been a phenomenal experience. It’s the best job I’ve ever had, it’s the hardest job I’ve ever had, and I treasure it very much,”… Read more »

Shoot to Score: Asheville City Soccer Club Kicks off in a Big Way

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Shoot to Score: Asheville City Soccer Club Kicks off in a Big Way

On a recent mid-summer evening, the sun slowly fading behind the Blue Ridge Mountains, howls and cheers echo from high above downtown Asheville. It’s the cultivation of thousands of voices and the culmination of thousands of days of preparation that has led to the excitement flowing through the city. It’s Memorial Stadium, home of the… Read more »