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The love of farming with Anne Grier of Gaining Ground Farm on Finding Asheville

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The love of farming with Anne Grier of Gaining Ground Farm on Finding Asheville

The love of farming…   Nathan sits down with Anne Grier of Gaining Ground Farm for the 45th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Virginia, why farming was always her passion, how an organic vegetarian restaurant in Brevard, N.C. was her introduction to organic farming, the pathway to opening Gaining Ground Farm, and why despite the hardships of farming she has never thought about leaving the profession.   Listen to the full episode below or here: This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at...

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No excuses just prove yourself with Danny Reed of Hot Stuff Tattoo on Finding Asheville

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No excuses just prove yourself with Danny Reed of Hot Stuff Tattoo on Finding Asheville

Photo Credit: Diana Rothery But what if…shut up and go to work!   Nathan sits down with Danny Reed owner of Hot Stuff Tattoo, for the 44th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Charleston, S.C., why art was always a part of his life, how he learned to tattoo, why success comes down to pursuing what you are good at and staying consistent, why despite financial constraints you really can do whatever you put your mind to as long as you prove yourself, why being versatile as a tattoo artist is the key...

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Finding your strength and staying consistent with Danny Reed of Hot Stuff Tattoo on Finding Asheville Monday

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Finding your strength and staying consistent with Danny Reed of Hot Stuff Tattoo on Finding Asheville Monday

Photo Credit: Diana Rothery The 44th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast will be with Danny Reed owner of Hot Stuff Tattoo.   Listen to a preview below:     Nathan sits down with Danny Reed owner of Hot Stuff Tattoo, for the 44th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Charleston, S.C., why art was always a part of his life, how he learned to tattoo, why success comes down to pursuing what you are good at and staying consistent, why despite financial constraints you really can do whatever you put...

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Rationality amidst fear with David Forbes of The Asheville Blade on Finding Asheville

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Rationality amidst fear with David Forbes of The Asheville Blade on Finding Asheville

Photo by Jonathan Welch Rationality amidst fear?   Nathan sits down with David Forbes, editor of The Asheville Blade, for the 43rd episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in rural Northeastern North Carolina, how class impacts political participation, why he started reading the newspaper as early as the second grade, whether or not writer’s block actually exists, why he fell in love with local journalism, why Asheville should be rather than to seem, why Asheville has to tackle its lack of diversity, defacto...

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To be v.s. to seem with David Forbes of The Asheville Blade on Finding Asheville Monday

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To be v.s. to seem with David Forbes of The Asheville Blade on Finding Asheville Monday

The 43rd episode of the Finding Asheville podcast will be with David Forbes, editor of The Asheville Blade.     Listen to a preview below:     Nathan sits down with David Forbes, editor of The Asheville Blade, for the 43rd episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in rural Northeastern North Carolina, how class impacts political participation, why he started reading the newspaper as early as the second grade, whether or not writer’s block actually exists, why he fell in love with local journalism, why...

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Chick-fil-A to James Beard Award, Elliot Moss of Buxton Hall will teach himself on Finding Asheville

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Chick-fil-A to James Beard Award, Elliot Moss of Buxton Hall will teach himself on Finding Asheville

Photo credit to: Cindy Kunst with Asheville Clicks Photography. Chick-fil-A to James Beard Award winner?   Nathan sits down with Chef Elliot Moss of Punk Wok and Buxton Hall Barbecue for the 42nd episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Florence, S.C., why art was a major part of Elliot’s life, how he went straight from a cook at Chick-fil-A to being a chef, why an Italian restaurant in Philadelphia played a key role in opening his culinary world view, how the Admiral went from a bar menu to what it’s known for now,...

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Learning to cook with Chef Elliot Moss of Buxton Hall on Finding Asheville Monday

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Learning to cook with Chef Elliot Moss of Buxton Hall on Finding Asheville Monday

The 42nd episode of the Finding Asheville podcast will be with Chef Elliot Moss of Punk Wok and Buxton Hall Barbecue.   Listen to a preview below:    Nathan sits down with Chef Elliot Moss of Punk Wok and Buxton Hall Barbecue for the 42nd episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Florence, S.C., why art was a major part of Elliot’s life, how he went straight from a cook at Chick-fil-A to being a chef, why an Italian restaurant in Philadelphia played a key role in opening his culinary world view, how the Admiral...

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Napster doesn’t scare me fool with Mark Capon of Harvest Records on Finding Asheville

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Napster doesn’t scare me fool with Mark Capon of Harvest Records on Finding Asheville

He be like Napster doesn’t scare me fool…   Nathan sits down with Mark Capon, co-owner of Harvest Records for the 41st episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Jacksonville, Fla., why he decided to pick up a bass instead of the guitar or drums at the age of 13, why he knew he was always going to do something he enjoyed for a living, why naivety played a little role in Harvest Record’s success, what it is like to also manage bands on the side, why at the end of the day you should only compete...

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Experiencing music in the purest form with Mark Capon of Harvest Records on Finding Asheville Monday

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Experiencing music in the purest form with Mark Capon of Harvest Records on Finding Asheville Monday

The 41st episode of the Finding Asheville podcast will be with Mark Capon, co-owner of Harvest Records.      Listen to a preview below:   Nathan sits down with Mark Capon, co-owner of Harvest Records for the 41st episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Jacksonville, Fla., why he decided to pick up a bass instead of the guitar or drums at the age of 13, why he knew he was always going to do something he enjoyed for a living, why naivety played a little role in Harvest Record’s success, what it is like...

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Deadhead success stories part 3, with Brian Sonoskus of Tupelo Honey on Finding Asheville

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Deadhead success stories part 3, with Brian Sonoskus of Tupelo Honey on Finding Asheville

Grateful Dead success stories part 3?   Nathan sits down with Brian Sonoskus, Executive Chef at Tupelo Honey Cafe for the 40th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in New Jersey, whether or not Tupelo Honey Cafe has the best biscuits in the South, his days of following the Grateful Dead around, why somebody from New Jersey can cook Southern food right, how he eventually landed a gig at Tupelo Honey, why he had the need to run his own farm, and whether or not Tupelo Honey will eventually become a national...

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