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Beard and Crompton lead workshops at Carlton Gallery
As winter is winding down in the High Country, the Winter Exhibition at Carlton Gallery is also coming to a close.



Rachael Salmon is Earth Fare’s Artist of the Month
Rachael Salmon takes every opportunity to pursue her art, and one can often find her with a camera in her hand.

 


Sechrest brings handmade jewelry to ArtWalk
Born in Bluefield, W.Va., Blair Sechrest currently resides in Cary, but as soon as she could hold a pencil, she was
making art.

 


‘Formation’ and ‘Refuge’ at Jones House galleries
Two diverse artists will be exhibiting their work this month in the Watauga Arts Council galleries

 

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‘North Carolina Weekend’ Showcases Gum Ridge Mill
Three years after quitting their full-time jobs in the medical field and deciding to work full-time at their own business, Fleetwood residents Ken and Kristen Sevensky will see the fruit of their efforts recognized on UNC-TV’s North Carolina Weekend.

 


‘Three Cups of Tea’ selected for ASU’s 2009 summer reading
A book about one man’s determination to change the lives of young school-age children by building schools in remote Afghanistan and Pakistan

 


Tennis Shoe Love
Musician Joe Shannon creates Valentine’s Day book about first love

 

75 Years for 469 Miles
Blue Ridge Parkway to celebrate landmark anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Renowned bassist returns to Boone March 19
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Left o’ the Irish
Lefty Williams Band plays St. Patty’s Day concert at Murphy’s

 

 

 


Elaine Bromka: Incognito as Three First Ladies
Veteran actress presents Tea for Three at Hayes Center Sunday

 

 

 


Jazz performance March 16 features pianist Frank Kimbrough
Jazz pianist Frank Kimbrough performs March 16 at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall at Appalachian State University.

 

 

 

Slopes stay cool amid warmer climate
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Hawksnest will be closed this week due to the warm weather.

 

 

 


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Kenny Loggins, Joan Baez headline An Appalachian Summer
ASU announces summer lineup, ticket sales open


 

 


Banff returns to ASU March 27-28
The Banff Mountain Film Festival will return to Boone on Friday, March 27, and Saturday, March 28.

 

 

 



Town Mountain plays DragonFly March 21
Asheville bluegrass quintet promises high-energy romp

 

 

 


Blowing Rock Hayes Center presents HayesGrass II
Bluegrass, folk contest open to local musicians

 

 

 



BRSC announces 2009 lineup
Musicals, mysteries and Hank Williams take the stage in Blowing Rock

 

 

 


Langerado Out, Bonnaroo Continues
Struggling economy takes its toll on outdoor festivals


 



Antiques Roadshow coming to Carolina
Tickets are free but must be obtained in advance

 

 



Hayes Center announces 2009 schedule
Blues, Bluegrass, Flamenco and more coming to Blowing Rock

 

 

 


MerleFest Announces 2009 Lineup
Travis Tritt, Emmylou Harris, Del McCoury Headline festival in Wilkesboro

 

 

 



Linda Ronstadt added to MerleFest lineup
Grammy Award-winning singer to close festival with Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano




Early bird tickets for MerleFest available till April 3
Music fans keeping an eye on their budgets will want to purchase their tickets to MerleFest 2009, presented by Lowe’s, before Friday, April 3. That is the last day to purchase 4-day and 3-day tickets at the Early Bird price, representing an average 10 percent discount.

 

 

Dance, Drama and Music Coming to Boone in 2009
Appalachian State’s Performing Arts Series presents four acts during the spring semester

 


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Dance, Drama and Music Coming to Boone in 2009
Appalachian State’s Performing Arts Series presents four acts during the spring semester.

 

 

A few good tickets for A Few Good Men
Wilkes Playmakers’ tickets now on sale

 

 




Elaine Bromka: Incognito as Three First Ladies
Veteran actress presents Tea for Three at Hayes Center Sunday

 

 

 


WHS is All Shook Up
Musical rolls into high school April 2-4

 

 




Keepin’ on the Sunny Side
Brian Yerman puts new spin on old tunes with The Bloomin’ Yermaniums

From Cradles to Caskets
Mast General Store releases album of local traditional music

2 Minds, 1 Groove
Renowned bassist returns to Boone March 19

Left o’ the Irish
Lefty Williams Band plays St. Patty’s Day concert at Murphy’s

Jazz performance March 16 features pianist Frank Kimbrough
Jazz pianist Frank Kimbrough performs March 16 at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall at Appalachian State University.

All Roads Lead Home
Carolina Music Ways releases compilation album of Yadkin Valley musicians

MerleFest Announces 2009 Lineup
Travis Tritt, Emmylou Harris, Del McCoury Headline festival in Wilkesboro

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