Over the weekend, twitter users recollected their favorite Asheville memories (including Max Hill’s art, seen here, in a photo by Zen Sutherland).
Stripes, layers and distressed jeans outside Virtue boutique.
If you’ve heard You Dirty Rats live (and you should), this EP won’t come as a complete surprise — but the band does have a few recording tricks up its collective sleeve resulting in an album that’s both polished and raucous.
And we’ve got yet more events. Including one for dogs, one for Day of the Dead, one at the Admiral, one with Sons of Ralph, one with The Archrival, one in Sylva, and one where you can learn about bats.
On Rankin Ave., dressed for a warmish-but-blustery fall day.
Stripes, tights and shopping bags on Haywood Street.
The local rockers announce a weekly free show beginning Oct. 28.
Green hat and purple coat, seen in downtown Asheville.
Xpress has been bringing you Halloween events from around the area. Here’s a list of what’s happening in the clubs over Halloween weekend. Know of other events? Add them in the comments section.
A dress and boots is pretty much the fall uniform around Asheville.
Xpress A&E reporter Alli Marshall talks to 98.1 The River DJ Ashley Davis about what’s coming up, entertainment-wise.
The Tuesday, Oct. 26 performance is both an intimate and up-close show (only 120 seats!) and a chance for the audience to actually be on stage.
Make ghoulish crafts, eat Short Street cupcakes and celebrate the publication of Craft-In by Lark Books.
Skirt, leggings and cardigan, worn with tiny purple flowers.
LaZoom begins its Haunted Comedy Tours this Friday, Asheville on Bikes’ annual Pumpkin Pedaller is coming, and there’s a family-friendly fall festy (no scary costumes!) in the works.
The festivities (in the form of pre-parties) kick off just two weeks from today. Eymarel also holds a pre-party, there’s the A Night of Stunning Sound after party on the Saturday of Moogfest, and the lineup additions of Shpongle, Younger Brother and two documentary films.
Photo by Jonathan Welch
MoDaddy’s hosts the work of six underground artists — including Ishmael (who’s work is seen here) — on Saturday, Oct. 23.
Photo by Jonathan Welch
Local filmmaker Paul Schattel has a big project up his sleeve: Thinking man's horror/suspense picture, The Mourning Portrait, set in Appalachia and staring Wentworth Miller, Dermot Mulroney, Melissa Leo and Diane Ladd. But, while that movie waits for backing to come through, Schattel decided to embark on a micro-budget undertaking just to, as he says, […]