Hoppy Trout is a local favorite in Cherokee County and recipient of the Best Beverage Award at Forks & Corks. Brewmaster and co-owner, Tommy Rowdeck brews 1 BBL(barrel) batches at a time on premise, which classifies Hoppy Trout Brewing Company as a nano brewery.… Continue Reading “Hoppy Trout Brewing Company”
Mountain Layers Brewing Company is an award winning, 7 barrel, craft microbrewery and taproom located on historic Everett Street in beautiful downtown Bryson City, Swain County. Kim and Mark Pettit, the company founders, use amazing water that comes directly from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.… Continue Reading “Mountain Layers Brewing”
As the parents of four daughters, we have been blessed to know many families of our girls’ friends. Our Sofia first met Bella in Kindermusik and they have gone to school together since preschool. She has always been a phenomenal young lady and we are grateful for their friendship. When Bella was diagnosed with this she truly amazed me as she handled it all with such grace.
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We live in an eclectic community, embracing the nostalgia of Appalachian ways while exploring the arts, local flavor, and all things adventure in our small mountain towns. We hope you’ll visit all of our neighbors and make the most of your time whereNCbegins! p.s.… Continue Reading “Make The Most of Your Time”
Last year the newly formed Murphy Business Association started an awesome new thing… the Murphy Spring Festival. It was a huge success and it’s back by popular demand! The festival stage will be packed with local talent, the Beer Garden will boast the best… Continue Reading “Spring Festival 2019”
Tonight we kicked off the #ShaveThePounds challenge with Mayor Rick Ramsey of Murphy, Tim Radford of WKRK, and Mayor James Reid of Andrews. It was a festive evening as we celebrated the Grand Re-Opening of Murphy Health & Fitness with a Cherokee County Chamber… Continue Reading “#ShaveThePounds”
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Love Day has come and gone, with many of you celebrating your Valentine at a local restaurant. I am a definite foodie that Yelps local eateries to plan my vacations so I fully support this date idea. I have been to some amazing restaurants… Continue Reading “Foodie Love”
As I walked to my car after meeting a friend to celebrate her birthday last night, I ran into someone else I had’t seen in a while. We chatted for a minute in front of The Parson’s Pub when I noticed a group of… Continue Reading “Folk School Flash Mob in Murphy”
You can escape the winter weather and enjoy the abstract artworks of a select few in downtown Murphy. The Cherokee County Arts Council has invited a small group of artists including: S.J. Worsham, Dean Williams, David Rabhan, Sarah Hembree, Jeoffrey William Vasquez, and Geoffrey Karr to exhibit… Continue Reading ““How I See It”- Imagery by Abstract Artists”
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We took a break from the office yesterday and walked down to The Parson’s Pub for lunch. After back-to-back days of two-hour delays and a hot mess schedule, we clearly deserved a lunch date. As we were enjoying our meal and a beer, we… Continue Reading “You Too Can Become A Beervangelist”