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Few acts can recreate the best traits of classic country music as well as this Portland, Oregon duo. Though country is in their roots, they are also just a degree or two removed from M. Ward and Blitzen Trapper, and Caleb also has his great background with the Foghorn Stringband. They play Bristol Tuesday, and Asheville Wednesday.

Artbreak Recordings

Nov 11, 2016

Art Break provides Visual Arts News, including Events, Exhibits, Classes, Theater and more.  Information is often shared about art groups, galleries, and programs from Asheville to Charlotte, Hickory to Boone/Wilkesboro, and sometimes Eastern Tennessee.

If interested in submitting an art announcement, email paul@wncw.org and please provide an adequate amount of time prior to the date or dates of event.

Weekend Window 11/5/16

Nov 10, 2016

WNCW was impressed by the outreach of groups and residents in Western North Carolina that are reaching out  in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their fight against a Dakota Access Pipeline being constructed on sacred land in North Dakota.  Tribe's call it a stand for history, the environment, and human rights.  Groups mentioned from Western NC in this segment that have been acting in support are the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the City of Asheville, UNC Asheville and the group "Asheville to Standing Rock".  Group member Tark Zee was our Friday Feature Interview of the Week

In this More to the Story featuring the Greenville News, it was a chance to learn about on going construction and mounting cost for the Greenville School System.  Better safety and concerns for students and employees were also discussed -  and since this interview was conducted before the Nov. 8th election, candidates for a seat on the systems Board of Trustees were shared.  Air date for this More to the Story was November 2nd.

Posted by Paul Foster, Host and Producer of WNCW's More to the Story - Airing Most Wednesday's During Morning Edition at 8:51 am

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