The free semiannual festival is at Pack Place (weather permitting) and Asheville Art Museum Sunday, Dec. 6, from 1-6 p.m.
Thirsty Monk hosts Winter Brew Nights while Highland (Devil’s Britches) and Green Man (Holly King and Forester Stout) bring back seasonal favorites.
There is no shortage of holiday events in Western North Carolina in the coming weeks! Asheville has everything ranging from holiday craft shows to volunteering opportunities to theater productions. In order to help you navigate your way through this busy season we will be sharing a roundup of holiday oriented events every week until the […]
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for 18 Western North Carolina counties, beginning Tuesday afternoon and lasting until Wednesday evening.
The 60-day Give!Local campaign is over halfway completed. We are excited to have over 130 donors, with the average donation being $57. The largest donation was $1020. There will be one more Big Give Day on December 15, so if you wish to donate and be entered to win some great prizes, it is a […]
Adrienne Ammerman will perform songs from her debut album, The Hunt, at The Crow and Quill Friday, Dec. 4. The show includes performances by local experimental artists Lush Agave and Elisa Faires.
Laura Blackley and the Darnell Boys open for Resonant Rogues, whose homecoming set will include drums by Mattick Frick, at the Mothlight Friday, Dec. 4, at 9 p.m.
The candlelit evening will also feature photos, spoken word and several short video presentations depicting previous aid trips taken by Hadaya’s founders; a silent auction of gift cards to local businesses; and Habibi baklava, Roots hummus and other refreshments.
A multi-generational group of local female fiddlers share the stage for the showcase at Broyhill Chapel on the Mars Hill University campus, Friday, Dec. 4.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features local band Lyric’s forthcoming EP plus one cat lover’s cozy and eco-friendly invention for felines.
“I personally find naming things after those who donate to be a reflection of the honor and thanks we have for the people who are not only able but willing to donate large sums of money “
Looking to jump start your holiday shopping while keeping your dollars local? Craft fairs offer unique gifts from area craftspeople — along with plenty of fun, festive spirit.
“Speaking for myself and probably lots of other people, I would feel safer dining in a place that does not allow guns.”
A new form of entertainment has arrived in Asheville where small groups of people pay to be locked in a room filled with puzzles and clues that may facilitate their release within an hour.