Rediscovering the Founding Fathers' thoughts on church and state in their own words is explored in this article on American history.
There was a time when thunder would roar in the area around Flat Creek, but not from lightning. No, the booming sound came from cars-stock cars-being driven around an oval track at a furious pace by drivers pursuing one thing-a checkered flag. The time was the 1950s and the place was the Asheville-Weaverville Speedway. This […]
There are many lessons that can be learned from the Charge of the Light Brigade and the Crimean War, but the analogical question for today’s Russia-Ukraine War.
The Penn Center near Beaufort, S.C. played a significant role in the Civil Rights movement.
Named for Job Barnard, Barnard County’s remote area dates back to 1830.
Mary Jo Padgett is resuming Guided History Walks in Hendersonville, following Covid regulation as required.
Conservationist and artist Doc Varn is recapturing 1870s illustrations of the French Broad area in a week-long trek.
A local museum is offering a series on the region’s history.
Storage Wars! Have you ever watched that show on A&E? Can you believe your museum, The Weaverville Dry Ridge Museum, was a part of that fantasy turned reality last week?
The Western North Carolina mountains are full of interesting histories about the area. However, the sad part is not many people, even longtime residents, know about that history or care.