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Booty Band back in Boone

frank@mountaintimes.com

Expect a party.

Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band expects nothing less.

The Boone-born funk outfit hits...
04/14/2011
1022

MerleFest extends Early Bird ticket deadline

The deadline for Early Bird ticket prices for MerleFest 2011, slated for April 28 to May 1, has been extended to Monday, April 11, at 5 p.m. EDT.
04/14/2011
1023

BRWIA announces grant recipients

Group offers farm business management, beer brewing workshops
04/14/2011
1024

The Lawn is Alive with the Sound of Music

eason@mountaintimes.com

The Watauga County Arts Council's Concerts on the Lawn series is custom-made for anyone who loves live music,...
04/14/2011
1025

Washam and Dehus win A4

William Washam and Adam Dehus have been named as the first annual Appalachian Adventure Achievement Award Finalists.
04/14/2011
1026

Wine and Dine

Festival's wine dinners pair food and drink for unique experience
04/07/2011
1027

From Shine to Wine

Blue Ridge Wine and Food Festival salutes the red, white and blush
04/07/2011
1028

Hayes School of Music hosts concerts

Gospel choir performs April 9

The Appalachian State University Gospel Choir presents its spring concert "I'll Stand" April 9. Admission is...
04/07/2011
1029

ALFA benefit at Legends April 9

The Appalachian State University Sociology Club and APPS are co-sponsoring a benefit concert for ALFA (Advancing Life. Fighting AIDS) on April 9 at Legends.  
04/07/2011
1030

MerleFest announces Chris Austin Songwriting finalists

Finalists have been selected for the 19h annual Chris Austin Songwriting Contest.
04/07/2011
1031

Could agroecology save our bees?

If you attended the recent showing of "Vanishing of the Bees," you are well aware that there are many factors causing colony collapse disorder, which...
04/07/2011
1032

Celebrate Diversity

frank@mountaintimes.com

Everyone can relate to food.

"It just brings people together," said Terri Lockwood, event organizer and...
03/31/2011
1033

Catch a Shooting Star

27 acts selected for April 15 talent show at Farthing Auditorium
03/31/2011
1034

Children's author Susan Roth speaks April 5 at ASU

Susan Roth, the noted children's author whose project, "Let's Hold Hands," has reached across the world, will return to Appalachian State University Tuesday, April 5.
03/31/2011
1035

From Sonny's to Six Pence

Historic diner site to house new patio in Blowing Rock
03/24/2011
1036

Galileo's hosts HCWF benefit March 29

Galileo's is hosting a ladies' night out to give women an opportunity to learn more about the High Country Women's Fund (HCWF...
03/24/2011
1037

Black Banjo, Blues and Jazz at ASU

frank@mountaintimes.com

Don Vappie finds the banjo intriguing.

The prolific musician - a master at tenor banjo, mandolin, guitar, you...
03/24/2011
1038

Peace and Justice through Music

Appalachian State University's Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies is hosting Si Kahn and The Kruger Brothers in concert Thursday, March...
03/24/2011
1039

Canned Tuna:

Good inexpensive source of protein or deadly source of mercury?
03/24/2011
1040

A Decade of Dining and Donations

10th annual WHS Empty Bowls Supper Saturday, April 2
03/24/2011

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