The exhibit, which celebrates motherhood, opens on Friday, May 11. Image of “Best Kept Secrets” by Peggy DeBell.
The local band plays “Crooked Grin” in this video from their show at Asheville Music Hall last Saturday.
Hats, suspenders, sunglasses and red lipstick outside of Izzy’s on Lexington Ave.
Asheville Shades and Market Basket just opened at 36 Battery Park Ave. and some of its stock, including a unique collection of postal bags, is already proving to be a hit.
The Durham-based indie-folk band plays The Emerald Lounge on Friday with Big Nasty Jazz Band and Honey Locust. Photo by Melissa Madison Fuller.
This mustard and brown dress, with its Peter Pan collar, looks vintage (even though it isn’t).
His local stops start with the One Stop on Thursday (Xpress will give away a pair of tickets) and include shows at The French Broad River Festival and Luella’s BBQ.
The record drops in two phases: Online today and in stores in two weeks.
According to a press release, the May exhibit, “Mixed Media Mamas,” at Desert Moon Designs Studios and Gallery runs Friday, May 11 through Monday, June 4. It celebrates motherhood, “whether it’s the love between mother and child or the respect for the Earth as the mother of humanity.” Mixed media artists whose work is represented […]
A May 6 program at Diana Wortham Theatre spotlights talented, high-school-aged pre-professional dancers.
The North African songwriter and guitarist has already lived through war, played in bands for half of his life, worked with Keith Richards and Angelina Jolie, and achieved fame in his homeland. He plays Grey Eagle on Thursday.
The spring edition of the twice-yearly festival is May 10-13, but tickets are only available online in advance, and volunteer slots are going quickly. Photo by Cameron Yeager.
Artist and designer Alena Hennessy leads an online workshop.
Plus, a batik print and a furry vest for a spring festival wardrobe.
The name Velvet Truckstop works off of two disparate images: a velvet Elvis and an interstate diner. But it calls to mind something else — something decidedly Southern, yet traveled; something blue collar, yet decadent; something familiar, yet slightly dangerous. All of which work pretty well when it comes to the sound of the local […]
The show is on Saturday, April 28 and Xpress will give away a pair of tickets.
Local poet and author Barbie Angell in party attire at The Artery.
The band (with members of Gov’t Mule) plays Pisgah on Friday. Xpress will give away a pair of tickets.
The local Americana singer-songwriter releases his new EP, “Swinging for the Fences.”
Chris Lee (aka Birthday Boy) performed a CD release/farewell to Asheville show last weekend. Here’s a video clip.
The formerly-Asheville-based indie rockers plays an 8 p.m. show.