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Past articles by Carole:

Carole Currie: Asheville's Troop 8 celebrates 100th anniversary

Boy Scout Troop 8 of Asheville celebrates its centennial at Camp Daniel Boone in Canton. → Read More

Carole Currie: 'Go to ride' and other quintessentially Southern expressions

We Southerners always seem fascinated by the way we talk, and we do have some words and sayings that are not common in other parts of the country. → Read More

Taste of Heaven ‘s favorite sandwich is meat loaf

The top-selling sandwich at the Taste of Heaven food booth at the Art + Craft Fair in Asheville's Biltmore Village is the meatloaf. Here's the recipe → Read More

Carole Currie: Sorrow for the decline of so many small towns

Carole Currie writes that the old way of life in these small towns will be but a memory. → Read More

Carole Currie visits Gnelle at Rite Aid lunch counter one last time

The amazing thing is that Gnelle has been serving up lunch counter customers for 50 years. → Read More

Carole Currie: Resolutions? Bah. Advice for keeping it 'easy'

A friend suggested I could drop a lot of stress if I would just “Do Easy.” → Read More

Carole Currie: 'Popular' can’t hold a candle to 'likable'

It is likability we should actually care about, a writer says. It is likability that is most important to us for the rest of our lives. → Read More

Still a Rose to behold: Catching up with Andie MacDowell

Known to her friends as Rose, she is happily settled outside Los Angeles, working and cherishing every moment she gets to spend with her children. → Read More

Carole Currie: At 78, she goes back to school, year after year

Ann Sizemore, 78, shows up every day at Estes Elementary in Arden as a volunteer who works with children in and reads stories to them. → Read More

Carole Currie: Family reunions fall on hard times

Traditional family reunions have dwindled. Younger members find it is too difficult and expensive to travel and to others it just isn’t a priority. → Read More

Taste of Heaven carries on without Nancy Marlowe

The food booth at the Village Art & Craft Fair, Aug. 5-6, will have baked goods & more, but it will be the first year without the late Nancy Marlowe. → Read More

Carole Currie: Little girls will wear what they will

Almost overnight, girls develops their own style and want to wear WHAT THEY WANT! There is no fighting it unless the outfit is outrageous. → Read More

Carole Currie: Birds in the tractor, girls in the pond

Columnist Carole Currie reveals how it takes a whole lotta work to get ready for a weekend of summer fun. But it's worth it. → Read More

Program boosts Appalachian girls' education in Madison

“The concept was built on this idea of empowering girls...focusing on the middle grade(s)" → Read More

Carole Currie: March can be the cruelest month

When the blizzard of March 1993 struck, we couldn’t get home for about three days. → Read More

Carole Currie: What can you say in an emoji?

They are shortcuts and can add a dash of emotion, but do they dumb down language? → Read More

Bar and bat mitzvahs: Hard work, pride show for young Jews

For Jewish young people, preparing for a bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah celebration is a big deal and a lot of study and work. → Read More

Carole Currie: Community gathers at Rite Aid for lunch

In North Asheville, community gathers at the Rite Aid Pharmacy lunch counter on Merrimon. → Read More

Carole Currie: Remembering college and a roommate

As soon as I saw the letter in the mail I knew it was bad news. → Read More

'They don't teach cursive' & other complaints

If you are of a certain age and socializing, some topics you can count on coming up. → Read More