A red print dress from Minx Boutique paired with Western boots.
This weekend, Leslie Klingner (furniture expert and curator of interpretation at the Biltmore Estate), led two tours of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial’s antiques. The event was part of the NC Department of Cultural Resources’ Second Saturdays programming.
A visitor to Asheville wears a long, blue-print sundress and cork wedge sandals. Her adorable dog, in a red checkered outfit, sports a matching pedicure.
Maybe you’re hugging the AC unit, waiting out the heat and looking for a little light reading to pass the time. Or, since school starts back next week, maybe you’re planing your own study list. Then again, with the kids back in the classroom, it’s the perfect time to head to the coast for a quiet vacation — beach reads are a must.
The Saturday, Aug. 13 show also includes local bands Two Planes and Graviton Project.
Two takes on skirts: Knee-length rough-edged denim and a long, black a-line.
The ambient composer and visual artist brings his 77 Million Paintings and an Illustrated Talk to Asheville. But what exactly does that entail?
Local upcycled jewelry designer Amber Hatchett displayed her latest collection at Hip Replacements yesterday.
Goth and rock-inspired looks, from the bleached track jacket to the bullet pendant. Seen on Haywood Street.
Summer may be flying by, but don’t worry: the heat of August and the cooler months ahead promise lots of festival fun. We’re making plans now for a full season of events. We’re wild about Goombay, that celebration of African and Carribean culture (the dancing! the costumes! the food!) that happens downtown on The Block. […]
Hendersonville author Ann B. Ross recently published the 12th novel in her Miss Julia mystery series.
Batik sundress and fringed leather bag on Patton Avenue.
Think August is too hot for a suit? Not this innovative sleeveless style, seen on Haywood Street.
Local designer Moe Erin Donnelly showed her latest collection during a runway show and gallery open at the Phil Mechanic studios this weekend.
Working in downtown Asheville — juggling, showing art, selling hot dogs — takes style.
Maybe your schedule allows for going out during the week. Maybe you’re on vacation. Maybe you just like burning the candle at both ends. If so, here are three early-part-of-the-week events worth staying out on the town for (including The Prids, pictured here).
Sam in a floral skirt and black heels on Walnut Street.
This afternoon, the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce and local artist Jonas Gerard unveiled “Electric Mantra,” a painted steel sculpture which Gerard has gifted to the Asheville Visitor Center.
Tickets for the co-bill show at the Orange Peel (Friday, Oct. 21) go on sale next Friday, Aug. 12. Fans can also pre-order Blitzen Trapper’s (seen here) forthcoming album.
Performing in the play Shear Madness must be a bit like taking on Bill Murray's role in Groundhog Day. You do it over and over, night after night. You can attempt to alter the course of the plot (Madness has some built-in wild cards) but the end result is more or less known. And then […]
There are a number of reasons why local fashion designer Stina Andersen wanted to hold her fashion exhibition at The Artery: Andersen's professional relationship with Arts Council Program Director Graham Hackett is one (the two worked together previously on one of Hackett's Catalyst Productions projects). Then there's the proximity of the new Asheville Area Arts […]