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Chihuly at night is always magical. If you can make your way to the Biltmore in Asheville by October 7, 2018, be sure to visit. Sixteen vibrant installations are spread out on the grounds and first floor of the mansion.   biltmore.com/chihuly

  Our friend in Asheville thought we would enjoy the LaZoom City Comedy Tour and she was right on point. The 90-minute open-air bus tour winds its way through charming Asheville and manages to impart quite a bit of local flavor and history between the funny, corny, and sometimes bawdy, commentary. This is a great city – chock full of unique locally owned shops and restaurants (over 90%) and more craft breweries… Read More

Fall is a lot more than beautiful colors and cooler temps when you are in the mountains of western NC. It’s time for some unique and interesting festivals. There is something for everybody. There is the Woolly Worm Festival for racing fans – that is if you like to race fuzzy caterpillars. The black and brown “worms” are really the larvae of the Isabella Tiger Moth. The Banner Elk, 2-day event draws… Read More

The August issue of Pinecrest Lifestyle Magazine is hot off the presses and I’m pleased to share my article about the thriving Rivers Arts District in Asheville, NC. Click this link for the full article.  Pinecrest Mag.Paint the Town.August2016

Asheville has become known for its trendy, holistic, artistic vibe and the Salt Cave fits right in. For a modest $25 an hour, you can take advantage of the therapeutic benefits of an all-natural microclimate, created with 20 tons of salt rock imported from several eastern European locations. Several inches of sea salt cover the floor and the semi-dark, dry environment is bathed in a warm glow from the salt rock lighting and… Read More

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