Galleries and artists’ studio spaces open Friday-Sunday, June 3-5, and attendees are welcome to Friday evening’s artist reception at the Spruce Pine TRAC Gallery.
Greek salad, marinated shrimp and lamb shanks will be among the items on the menu at the Asheville Sister Cities Greek Dinner on Sunday, June 12.
In Theaters. Last week boasted such titles as Love & Friendship, High-Rise and A Bigger Splash. So far as I know all of these are still playing this week. This is something you will do well to remember as we move forward. Oh, there’s one worthy art title, but the three mainstream titles…oh, Sweet Merciful […]
This past March, 700 Democracy North Carolina volunteers spread out across the state to assure that no voter was illegally turned away from the polls on account of the state’s 2013 voter ID law. In addition to providing voters with information on their rights, volunteers also handed out short surveys asking voters about their experience. […]
Elected officials, military veterans, active duty service members, first responders and members of the community gathered at Pack Square Park on Memorial Day to honor and commemorate the sacrifices of the men and women who serve and have served the United States.
With an oompah band, three outdoor beer stations and a special German-themed food menu, Sierra Nevada brought the spirit of Oktoberfest to late spring.
Oxford American editor Eliza Borné and others (such as Western North Carolina writer and OA contributor Jeremy B. Jones) will appear at an Asheville-based launched for that summer issue at Downtown Books & News.
“In the coming election, the current failure of single-party rule must be reversed by a sensible vote to restore Democrat and Republican balance.
Let’s all get out and vote!”
This year’s event, which sold out days in advance, brought more than 30 area breweries to Roger McGuire Green at Pack Square Park.
The historic festival is at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheater on Saturday, June 4, from noon to 6:30 p.m., after which the Montford Park Players will perform “Much Ado About Nothing” at 7:30 p.m.
A documentary on Saluda’s music traditions debuts, North Asheville Library screens underseen rock musicals and NYS3 hosts a week of workshops at deep discount.
For the past few years, Just Brew It functioned as the unofficial kickoff party for AVL Beer Week. It’s hard to beat more than 50 homebrewers serving some of the best beer around. Yet this year the event will wrap the week rather than begin it. Someone needed to fill the void. Highland Brewing Co. […]
Though U.S. tour stops are rare for the musicians, they open for Reed Turchi & The Caterwauls at The Altamont Theatre on Thursday, June 2.
Having expanded three times since it opened in 2009, Etowah’s Blue Ridge Pizza Co. is a success story rooted in family ties, loyal customers and word-of-mouth advertising.
“There ought to be more than one recycling center to serve a city our size, but here’s another idea — how about extending city curbside recycling to the many apartments and condominium communities here in Asheville?”
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features David LaMotte’s first album in a decade, a community skate park’s much needed insurance policy and a local chocolatier’s expansion.