Visit the AIDS Memorial Quilt at Pack Place and attend a candlelight vigil to commemorate this world-wide observance.
A former Asheville local, back for a visit, rocks purple accents with a studded collar and cartoon backpack.
Updated show information: The CD pre-release celebration takes place at Asheville Community Yoga on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Saturday, Dec. 3 is the day that everything happens. Here’s a rich sampling of the day’s events. On your mark, get set… go!
Sheer tunic with floral border and fringe, worn with leggings and granny boots.
Traditional Irish songs often revolve around a few well-explored themes: family, drinking, love (lost and found, and of drinking), war and immigration. All of these can be found on Shadow and Light, the sophomore solo album by guitarist/producer John Doyle. But here's where Doyle's album parts with tradition: Instead of recording a collection of jigs, […]
Three pairs of ankle boots on three Black Friday shoppers. Seen on Lexington Ave.
Behind the scenes and extra photos from this week’s holiday party fashion shoot. All photos by Bill Rhodes.
Local designer Rachel Stack, on Walnut Street.
This year, the five-mile race, which takes its name from Asheville’s most famous writer, raised about $3,300 for charity. Xpress has the breakdown.
Things to do after the feast. With or without visiting family. With or without a four-day weekend.
This year’s holiday offering (by playwright trio Jones Hope Wooten) opens on the lobby of the Snowflake Inn in Tinsel, Texas where it’s Christmas 365 days a year. (The premise is that year-round Christmas is a good thing, FYI.) The show runs at ACT through Sunday, Dec. 4.
A bright green floral-print scarf paired with an olive-green pocket skirt.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without The Nutcracker. Four companies (three of them local) put on a total of 12 performances of the ballet beginning December 2.
The Masterworks concert takes place at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19.
It’s Friday, December 2, 8 p.m. at the Orange Peel. And you’re invited.
The recycled apparel runway show takes place on Saturday, Nov. 19.
A royal blue scarf, a Kelly green coat and chestnut-colored leather. Seen on Walnut Street.
Local designers Kathy Van Kleeck and Cara May showcase their jewelry and knitwear at Moda, Nov. 18 from 3-8 p.m.
Three bands (and a live painter) for three bucks this Thursday.
OK, so there wasn’t a lot of puce worn at Asheville Prom last weekend, but we did see lime green, lavender, royal blue, ‘80s retro, vintage, floral, faux fur, suspenders and fedoras. Andie Walsh would approve. Photos by Bill Rhodes.