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Invisible Appalachia: Junaluska

Since before the Civil War, a historically African-American community has made its home at the edge of downtown Boone....

The Wilderness Poet: George Ellison

At home in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, naturalist and writer George Ellison and his artist wife, Elizabeth,...

The Memory Project: Rayna Gellert

Rayna Gellert started playing fiddle at the age of 10, and soon enough found herself traveling the country sharing...

Porcelain with Personality: Colin’s Creatures

A mixed-media artist in Asheville travels the world in search of rare-breed farm animals that inspire his handcrafted collectibles.

Page Turners

The Thursday Afternoon Book Club of Kings Mountain celebrates a century of reading and culture.

Natural Haven

Inside the spiritual retreat of Lake Junaluska, Appalachia’s most threatened plant species find a place of refuge.

Stories of Mountain Folk

A Sylva radio program preserves Appalachian history through spoken narratives.

Hell and High Water

The flood of 1916 broke every record in the book. The death and destruction it caused in Western North...