The L.A.-based band stopped through WNC on its current tour, shooting video in Fairview and, this afternoon, downtown Asheville.
Asheville’s Oktoberfest celebration is happening today (until 6 p.m.) on Wall St.
With everything else in the works, don’t forget to lineup your fall and winter reading (you don’t want to be caught at the first teacher conference/doctor’s appointment/family holiday get-together/snow storm without a good book). To help you decide what to read, check out these author events.
Forget new York and Paris Fashion weeks, Asheville Streetstyle has your fall fashion. Here are some of our favorite cool-weather looks from the current season and years past. (Photo by Anthony Bellemare.)
Dance parties, Dracula, weekend-long events and the annual return of the Unknown Hinson are among your Halloween options.
Just today, Moogfest organizers announced additions to the already jam-packed festival lineup — but this time, the newly-added acts include a handful of local electronic bands (like RBTS WIN, seen here).
LA-based blue-eyed soul singer/producer/DJ Mayer Hawthorne performs at The Orange Peel on Monday, Oct. 25.
Watch enough movies and you get the idea that friendships between women are all camaraderie, clothes-sharing and gossip about men — interspersed with silly spats (about clothes and men) that are quickly resolved. And, if your own life doesn't come with a Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda to match your Carrie, well, what’s wrong with you? […]
This Sunday is trinumeral day: Oct. 10, 2010. With that comes two very different local events.
Xpress A&E reporter Alli Marshall talks to 98.1 The River DJ Ashley Davis about what’s coming up, entertainment-wise.
Among those honored in the Oct. 17 ceremony will be WNC author Robert Morgan (seen here) and frequent Asheville visitor novelist Allan Gurganus.
Two very different (or not so different?) takes on the message tee.
The free festival takes place today, on N. Lexington Ave., from noon-8 p.m.
The blues/soul/singer/songwriter grew up in California on country rock and funk bands (Fishbone!), but it was a move to New Orleans in the 1990s that jump-started his career. Here, he talks to Xpress about his sound, his independent label and his Saturday, Oct. 9 show at MoDaddy’s.
On this, the eve of the month of Halloween, we offer up a few not-to-missed events.