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Macon Women in the City

In September, my soul mates and I hit the Big Apple for our 10 year anniversary of meeting each other.  This may sound a little odd, but when four friends meet each other as first-years in college and make it through the roller coaster that is collegiate education and then remain close afterwards it is …

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A Farm with a View

“…when she reached her own room she opened the window and breathed the clean night air, thinking of the kind old man who had enabled her to see the lights dancing in the Arno and the cypresses of San Miniato, and the foot-hills of the Apennines, black against the rising moon.” ~ A Room with …

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Downtown Shopping, Asheville

While strolling the streets of downtown Asheville, there are plenty of sights to see from street performers to 1920’s architecture and public artworks to views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, but even with these delights the shops will soon beckon you inside. Asheville is full of a variety of stores offering unique wares with often …

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The River Arts District, Asheville

Even on a sweltering hot afternoon, a kinetic, creative energy permeates the air in Asheville’s River Arts District. Artists are busy at work in their studios with fans buzzing and music playing, while tourists and locals alike are sauntering the streets, turning here and there to enter different industrial brick buildings. They are on a …

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