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Latinx-Owned Businesses in Asheville, NC

The Latinx community is western North Carolina's largest minority group, and it's a community that's growing fast. Those in Asheville's Latinx community can trace their origins to more than 20 Latin American countries. This beautiful kaleidoscope of cultures and customs makes our region a truly vibrant and diverse place. National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated

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Grind AVL in Asheville's River Arts District is the city's first Black-owned coffee shop

Celebrating Black-Owned Businesses in Asheville, NC

Nestled in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains at the confluence of the French Broad and Swannanoa rivers, Asheville sits as the largest city in the most western part of North Carolina. Asheville is most known for its award-winning restaurants, eclectic style and surrounding lush forests.  But Asheville’s rich tapestry of Black culture has also shaped this unique community. We invite you to

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Beautiful and classic holiday decorations at Cumberland Falls B&B in Asheville, NC

Deck the Halls: Asheville Bed & Breakfasts Go All Out for the Holidays

When deciding where to stay in Asheville, North Carolina, you'll want to consider the area's unique collection of bed and breakfasts. Known for their personalized experiences, home-cooked meals, historic architecture and warm hospitality, bed and breakfasts provide a home away from home while you're exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains. While these accommodations are

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4 Surprising Things You Didn't Know About Biltmore

Just three miles from downtown Asheville, you’ll find yourself at the stunning entrance gate of Biltmore, an 8,000-acre estate that is home to America's Largest Home. This 250-room French Renaissance castle boasts 35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms and 65 fireplaces. While the sheer magnitude of this architectural gem may be surprising enough, there are even more surprises about

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Sound Trek: A Music Lover's Guide to Asheville

Tuning Into Asheville's Music Scene Asheville’s known for many things: natural beauty, an historic downtown, craft beer and great food. The local music scene is equally deserving of a top-10 list mention. Though hard to explain, Asheville’s multi-genre, boundary-pushing sound is underscored by its eclecticism. From Appalachian ballads and old-time picking to fierce funk, sultry

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Asheville's Literary Connections

Asheville's literary heritage stretches across the 20th century and contemporary authors continue to be drawn here. These well-known novelists, poets, essayists and storytellers have ties to Asheville: F. Scott Fitzgerald, who spent two summers at the Omni Grove Park Inn Thomas Wolfe, Asheville native and author of  Look Homeward, Angel Carl Sandburg, poet and biographer O. Henry,

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Wild Food Foraging Adventures in Asheville

Explore the local “find dining” scene Ask local chefs and mixologists about the inspiration for their signature dishes and drinks, and they will tell stories about searching for patches of chickweed, chanterelles, sassafras, violets and dandelions in the forests and parks. The bounty of wild edibles has led chefs out of the kitchen and into nature to forage for fresh, local

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