Winter shorts and all black, outside Cornerstone Minerals on Lexington Ave.
November 20 is one of those days when everything is happening all at once. Lots of good stuff, too, so you’ll probably have to pick and choose. Or ace your time management skills. Offerings include a parade, a rare Stephaniesid (pictured) performance, singer/songwriter E-S Guthrie (formerly of The New Familiars) playing solo and steampunk at the Boiler Room. And more. So much more.
Her aqua Go-Go boots are actually a new reproduction of the vintage style.
The Nova Echo’s Evan Bradford with a friend on Wall Street.
The guy in practically every local band-turned-Band of Horses guitarist/contributor returns to the Grey Eagle tomorrow night to play his own songs.
Asheville City workers hang a holiday wreath on a traffic signal post outside the Miles building.
Asheville Streetstyle: Bright pops of yellow on an autumn day.
It’s your last day to get tickets at the advance price ($14). Snap ‘em up, folks, because this is going to be one heck of a party (and benefit for MANNA Foodbank) and we can’t wait to see you there! Need a little convincing? Read on.
A dozen Asheville designers sent upcycled and recycled fashion down the Trash Inc. runway last Friday.
Asheville Streetstyle: Enjoying downtown Asheville on a holiday.
Asheville’s Wages play a pre-PROM!! show at the LAB this Saturday.
Part of the members of the band used to call Asheville home, so WNC seemed the right setting for Truth & Salvage Co.‘s “Pure Mountain Angel.”
Local filmmaking company Blind Lyle Films shoots a scene from upcoming short film Cleaning House outside the Miles Building on Wall Street this morning.
Asheville Streetstyle: Red sweatshirt, vintage purple jeans.
Asheville Streetstyle: Cozy sweaters and suede boots outside Kim’s Wigs.
There’s fashion and then there’s trashion, and in the case of Trash Inc. Creative Reuse Center’s Friday, Nov. 12 Trashion Show, repurposed-wear is the new black.
Two performances tonight that are worth checking out (hey, it’s almost the weekend).
The pro-surfer-turned-singer/songwriter plays the Orange Peel on Tuesday, Nov. 23.
Hard to believe it's been almost half a decade since comedian/actor/author Amy Sedaris "changed the way the world entertains" (her words) with her etiquette/decorating/recipe guide, I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence. Now she returns with Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People in which she effectively does the same for crafting that she did for […]
A review of the epic (and epically hard to describe) concert, and photos by Rich Orris.
An all-female singer/songwriter showcase features local talent (including Melissa Hyman, seen here) and its own mix CD. Can’t make the show? Watch it live-streamed online.