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 By Sean Trapp    Arts

Taj Mahal, Robert Earl Keen And Steep Canyon Rangers To Headline Mountain Song

The 13th Annual Mountain Song Festival will return to the Brevard Music Center Sept. 7-9, featuring singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen, blues icon Taj Majal and host band the Steep... — Updated 8/24/2018

 
 By Sean Trapp    Arts

World's Best Banjo Players To Perform

Banjo virtuoso Béla Fleck will host a one-of-a-kind concert at Brevard Music Center, featuring himself and four of today's greatest banjo players, on Saturday, Aug. 18. The... — Updated 7/23/2018

 
 By Sean Trapp    News

City, Brewer: No Bad Blood -Brevard NC

Representatives from the city of Brevard and Oskar Blues Brewery have said discussions regarding impact fees and other related issues are moving forward constructively, despite recent television coverage focusing on unpaid fees... — Updated 9/18/2013

 
 By Sean Trapp    News

Brewery Picks Brevard As East Coast Hub

BREVARD, N.C. — Oskar Blues Brewery, maker of craft beers such as Dale’s Pale Ale and Old Chub Scotch Ale, has announced plans to make Brevard the company’s East Coast hub,... — Updated 5/3/2012

 
 By Sean Trapp    News

Brewery Picks Brevard For East Coast Hub

BREAKING NEWS: Oskar Blues Brewery, maker of craft beers such as Dale’s Pale Ale and Old Chub Scotch Ale, has announced plans to make Brevard the company’s East Coast hub, with the goal of opening a brewery near Railroad... — Updated 5/2/2012

 
 By Sean Trapp    Features

Filmmaker Explores Toxaway’s Rich History

Former county resident John LeRoy Nichols III is making a documentary film about one of Transylvania’s most fascinating tales: the creation of Lake Toxaway, the dam’s collapse,... — Updated 4/4/2012

 
 By Sean Trapp    News

Area Mediation Centers Merge

The Transylvania County Center for Dialogue is merging its administration with sister centers in Bunbcombe and Henderson counties. The executive director of the new regional center will work out of Buncombe County, but... — Updated 10/17/2011

 

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