Grace Cathey is not just any sculptor. Grace is a metal and steel sculptor and she does most of her work from her studio in one half of her husband's service station in Waynesville, NC. If you have not had the pleasure of traveling there to see her studio/service station waiting room/sculpture garden, then reading 'Fire and Ice' by Cathey and Writer/historian Sara M. Evans will suffice until you canmake it to Waynesville to meet her.
Marketing your business used to be about advertising in the newspaper or on billboards, on TV or radio. But now, marketing is all about the cloud. In "Converge" written by Bob Lord and Ray Velez of Razorfish, you'll learn how to harness the power of the cloud for inexpensive and easy-to-use solutions to marketing challenges. You'll learn how to unite all of the aspects of your business to collaborate, inspire each other and keep the energy working throughout the organization.
Led by 33rd generation Ivorian musician Adama Dembele, the music of Zansa, a Nouchi slang word from Ivory Coast meaning “combination” or “blend,” is a synthesis of traditional and modern styles of West Africa. The 5-piece band, based out of Asheville, visits Studio B this Friday in advance of a CD release show in Asheville on the 7th.
Singer/songwriter Bonnie Whitmore covers the sweet side of the ruinous heartbreak side of country music pretty well; think dark tales sung by someone between Neko Case and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She joins Joe Kendrick for an interview on her way to a Greenville show Monday night and Knoxville Tuesday.