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This festival, a long-standing Knoxville tradition, sees 40,000 to 50,000 people over the 3-day weekend each year. Read more

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The festival features a line-up of musicians, storytellers, artists, and more – many nationally recognized - to entertain audiences and share Appalachian traditions. Read more

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North Carolina has created a traveling exhibit that examines the history of barbecue and its continuing place in state culture. Read more

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Traditionally hailing from the deep, dark woods of France, Italy and Spain, the black winter truffle is beginning to be successfully cultivated in our own mountains. Read more

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A chance to visit Mabry-Hazen House after hours on a weekday and drink up a little history. Read more

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SML brings you all the news that's fit to eat. Read more

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Fall Heritage Days at the Museum of Appalachia will transport guests back in time through the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of pioneer traditions and demonstrations Read more

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Chefs from throughout the region will team up with distillers to demonstrate how whiskey can be used as a culinary ingredient, providing tastings for attendees. Read more

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Located in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains and with more than 250 juried fine arts, fine crafts and food booths, the festival series touts that it has something for everyone. Read more

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Town hosts heritage arts festival and music festival Read more

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Wall Street Journal introduces readers to Ronni Lundy recipes. Read more

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The Mountain Mile development, near the Teaster Lane and Wears Valley Road intersection, is the site of the proposed August Moon drive-in movie theater. Read more

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Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this vibrant city is a scenic spot to explore alone. Read more

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The festival, hosted by Burnsville brewery Homeplace Beer Co., will take place September 29 at the Nu Wray Inn and along South Main Street. Read more

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Free event scheduled at the outdoor 17th century Cherokee Homestead Exhibit. Read more

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Colorful quilts, intricate woodcarvings, jewelry made with local gemstones, woven baskets, metalwork crafted by blacksmiths, furniture, and pottery vessels in all shapes and sizes fill the booths along Main Street in Burnsville, North Carolina. Read more

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Stories range from the early country music stars frequenting Harold’s Deli to the 90-year history of fine dining at Regas Restaurant. Read more

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