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Musicians Come Together to Help Louisiana Flood Victims – Aug 23

August 21, 2016

“The current flooding in Louisiana is the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Superstorm Sandy,” the American Red Cross reported. 40,000 homes have been damaged, and over 4,000 people are in shelters, many of them children, the elderly, and disabled.

Jason DeCristofaro has enlisted the help of Cam MacQueen of THE BLOCK off biltmore and several musicians who are volunteering their time to help put together a benefit Tuesday night (August 23, from 8 PM to 11 PM), to raise funds for the Red Cross Flood Relief Program. Read on to learn more about the musicians who will be performing throughout the evening…..(UPDATE: $800 raised at the benefit! Thank you, Asheville. Check out WLOS coverage noted in this post)

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Free Film Screenings – “Trapped” & “School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten”

August 17, 2016

THE BLOCK off biltmore is proud to host a variety of events and to raise awareness about a wide range of important issues. Coming up we’ve got two exceptional film screenings – both free. On Sunday, August 21st attend a screening of the film, “School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten,” with discussion to follow about the new Asheville Forest School, and then come back Monday, August 22nd to see “Trapped,” followed by a panel presentation with representatives from the ACLU of NC and NARAL Pro-Choice of North Carolina. Read on to learn more about the films….

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“Love and Hate” Photography Exhibit by Micah MacKenzie

August 5, 2016

We are thrilled to feature Micah MacKenzie’s stunning photography at THE BLOCK off biltmore. Join us for the opening of his “Love and Hate” exhibit on Friday, August 5th from 6 to 9 pm. Or stop in during August and take some time to enjoy his work. Award-winning photographer Micah Mackenzie’s “Love & Hate” exhibit is a poignant collection reflecting what members of society deal with on a daily basis. These striking photographic images represent the polarizing experiences we have all been dealing with as of late. With “an eyes wide open” approach, Micah helps us “witness our evolutionary direction towards peace” and the clear cut juxtaposition evident in so many hearts today. Read on to learn more about Micah….