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Mars Hill Cycling Team screens Lance Armstrong documentary

The Armstrong Lie chronicles cyclist Lance Armstrong’s highly publicized fall from grace in one of the greatest deceptions in sports history. The Mars Hill Cycling team will screen the documentary at Asheville Pizza & Brewing Co., on Thursday, March 20 at 9:30 p.m. Proceeds from ticket sales help the Mars Hill University cycling team travel to the national championships this spring.

A plan for everything

Late last month, Asheville City Council passed the Haywood Road Vision Plan, a years-long effort by community members and city staff to outline the future of the corridor. It’s not a one-time event either: Such plans for different areas of the city are a main way city leaders hope to shape the Asheville of tomorrow, and it’s a plan they want to extend to more neighborhoods. Sometimes, however, these plans can also prove controversial.

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Love in a Parking Lot: How Oakley grew a farmers market

A celebration of locally grown food and neighborhood relationships, the Oakley Farmers Market and the adjacent Oakley Community Garden are giving a much-needed boost to a predominantly low-wealth community that the U.S. Department of Agriculture considers a food desert. But what brought them all together was as simple as a sign.

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Street view

“Just Looking: New Portrait Street Photography,” an exhibition of works by Asheville photographer Anthony Bellemare, is on view at PUSH Gallery through April 14. The opening reception is today — Friday, March 7, from 7-10 p.m. Image courtesy of the artist.