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Pickin' and Pies

Pickin' and Pies

Sharper Focus

Sharper Focus

Asheville filmmaker Paul Bonesteel on rebuilding after a fire

A Fine Line

A Fine Line

Bonnie Rash and a few of her favorite things.

Life by Design

Life by Design

Fashion designer R. Brooke Priddy creates wearable art (calling them “dresses” would be a disservice). She builds each garment much like an artist would shape a sculpture, forgoing trends and focusing on the form and what makes her clients feel beautiful.

A Precious Gift

A Precious Gift

Andie MacDowell shares meaningful holiday traditions with Carolina Home + Garden.

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The Boatman

The Boatman

Building canoes is a labor of love for wildlife photographer Terry Dickinson

A Racy Ride

A Racy Ride

Grady Hawkins is a Dodge man, always has been and probably always will be. His driveway is dominated by a 2009 Charger (with the legendary Hemi engine), his wife, Doris, drives a Neon, and one side of his garage hosts a fully restored antique 1947 Dodge sedan that once belonged to his grandfather. But the crown jewel in this impressive collection of American automobile enthusiasm is the ’47 Dodge D-24 hot rod that sits menacingly beside Granddad’s old ride.

Malibu Dreams

Malibu Dreams

Tommy Tolles’ classic car intro began as a favor to a friend.

A Loveable Bug

A Loveable Bug

Flat Rock Pilates Guru Mike Phillips’ 1970 Volkswagen Beetle is a perfect symbol of simplicity.

Low on Miles, High on Mystery

Low on Miles, High on Mystery

Vintage car is one of only five registered in the world

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Circle of Friends

Circle of Friends

A treasured woodturning collection is rooted in relationships

Sea Worthy

Sea Worthy

Jeweler John Payne's model ship collection keeps British naval history afloat

Dining Room Bling

Dining Room Bling

Brass plates will shine

A Well Laid Table

A Well Laid Table

Ron Lambe preserves relics of a more gracious era of dining

Paper Work

Paper Work

One generation’s trash can be another’s treasure, a happy circumstance for the sub-genre of the collecting world concerned with ephemera, those fragile historical and cultural relics that can be anything from old library cards to advertising posters. “People save old paper deliberately for a variety of reasons,” says Marty Weil, an ephemera enthusiast.

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Garden of Verses

Garden of Verses

Molly Courcelle's floral-inspired paintings are rooted in scripture

Crafty Tales

Crafty Tales

Authors share their experiences on the making of landmark tome.

Rooms with a View

Rooms with a View

"House Crashers" host will star at local home & garden expo

A Precious Gift

A Precious Gift

Andie MacDowell shares meaningful holiday traditions with Carolina Home + Garden.

He Speaks For the Trees

He Speaks For the Trees

Master craftsman announces new logo to capture his vision of sustainable forestry

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