HART’s Winter Theater Festival opens Jan. 27

Press release: HART’S Winter Theater Festival LOVE LETTERS Opens January 27th Next up in HART’s Feichter Studio is the popular romantic drama “Love Letters” by A.R. Gurney, opening January 27th. The play was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize when it premiered in 1988. “Love Letters” centers on two characters, Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace […]

Dinosaurs Unleashed exhibit roars into Asheville

Press release: Discover the Dinosaurs UNLEASHED Exhibit Roars into Asheville Explore the mystery of prehistoric life at the US Cellular Center January 28 and 29 ASHEVILLE, NC (Dec. 20, 2016) – Learn, discover and have fun in this unique hands-on exhibit when Discover the Dinosaurs UNLEASHED roars into the US Cellular Center on Saturday, January […]

Southside town hall meeting set for Jan. 31

Press release: Southside Town Hall Meeting set for Jan. 31 In a citizen-led process, community members are invited to a Southside Town Hall Meeting to discuss recreational opportunities for the Southside neighborhood. Facilitated by Tyrone Greenlee, Director of Christians for a United Community, the meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 31 in gym […]

The Krull & Company team began the intense process of planning the new RIA and the transition in early 2016. This included reviewing custodians, software, investment research, compliance and other integral business services. “The process was exciting because we were basically starting from the ground up and we could choose the best offerings to provide the best services to our future clients.” Krull said. “We wanted to make the transition as smooth as possible for those clients as well.”

Krull & Company announces formation of new registered investment advisory firm Earth Equity Advisors

Press release: For Immediate Release: Krull & Company announces formation of new registered investment advisory firm Earth Equity Advisors Krull & Company, a responsible investment and planning firm based in Asheville and serving a national clientele, unveils its new name and RIA formation to reflect its growth strategy. ASHEVILLE, NC, January 18, 2017 – Asheville-based […]

The USDA Cooperator Memorandum of Understanding was issued by the Farm Service Agency (FSA). It establishes that the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) has been certified by FSA to be working in cooperation with the Secretary of Agriculture by providing technical and financial assistance to a USDA program that concerns an agricultural operation, agricultural land, farming practice, or conservation practice. This is only the third such an agreement signed between the USDA and a federally recognized tribe.

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians signs Memorandum of Understanding with USDA

Press release: EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS SIGNS MOU WITH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA), Jan. 17, 2017 – A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) and the Farm Service Agency (FSA). The MOU was signed Friday by FSA State Executive Director (SED) […]

Gabe Brown, award-winning farmer, lectures in WNC in March

Press release: Gabe Brown, Award-winning Farmer and Cover Crop Innovator, Lectures in WNC in March 2017 Gabe Brown, a nationally-recognized innovator of cover crop cocktails in no-till grain and livestock production systems, will be in the western NC region this March, as part of a partnership between Living Web Farms in Mills River, NC, and […]

Gov. Cooper recommends eight Western projects for ARC funding

Press release: Gov. Cooper Recommends Eight Western N.C. Projects for ARC Funding RALEIGH, N.C. – Governor Roy Cooper has recommended eight community and regional projects in Western North Carolina for Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) funding. The recommendations total more than $3 million in ARC funds. “The Appalachian Regional Commission is a longtime, valued partner in […]

Saturday afternoon, Flat Rock Playhouse technical artists will join the actors and directors in the Playhouse Downtown theatre where each cast will have 50 minutes to tech their show by adding lights, music, and costumes. After each group has had their individual time, there will be one dress rehearsal where each cast will see the other plays performed for the first time.

Henderson County students team up with Flat Rock Playhouse for 24 Hour Playwriting Challenge

Press release: Henderson County students perform in the 2016 24 Hour Playwriting Challenge with Flat Rock Playhouse Mentor Dane Whitlock Flat Rock, NC (January 18, 2017) – Beginning Friday, January 20, HCPS high school theatre students and teachers will team up with Flat Rock Playhouse artists to write, direct, and perform four original 10-minute plays. […]

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center host 7th annual {Re}HAPPENING

Press release: Please join Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC), for the 7th Annual {Re}HAPPENING, on Saturday March 25, 3-10 pm at Camp Rockmont, 375 Lake Eden Rd, Black Mountain, NC 28711. Since 2010, Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC) has hosted the {Re}HAPPENING inspired by John Cage’s 1952 Theatre Piece […]

Brown’s accomplishments while at Mission Health have been significant, including: implementing a shared electronic health record (EHR) across Mission Health’s acute and ambulatory settings (one patient, one chart), optimizing the EHR for an improved caregiver experience, establishing a unique security partnership with Symantec, building and implementing a novel data analytics infrastructure, formulating practice management solutions for Mission’s Clinically Integrated Network and enabling a region-wide data sharing exchange. Brown also serves as chief technical advisor for the health system, and directs the acquisition, budgeting, and coordination of information technology resources across Mission Health. Brown’s expertise in technology and strategy steers vital projects at Mission Health, from virtual care to the responsible and ethical application of health information used within and among care settings.

Mission Health’s Jonathan Brown ranked as a top health system CIO

From Mission Health: Mission Health’s Jonathan Brown Ranked as A Top Health System CIO by Becker’s Hospital Review Asheville, Jan. 13, 2017 – Jonathan Brown, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Mission Health, was recently recognized as one of the country’s “Top 113 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know in 2017,” as named by the respected […]

School of Integrated Living offers only community-based, off-grid permaculture immersion program

Press release: No Grid, No Problem for Sustainability Education School of Integrated Living offers only community-based, off-grid permaculture immersion program in Eastern US Black Mountain, NC (1/11/17) — From June 10 to Aug. 11, SOIL (School of Integrated Living) is offering the only community-based, off-grid residential permaculture program in the Eastern U.S. through its Permaculture […]

The Volunteer Matching Program (supported in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of Henderson County) aims to be a one-stop shop to connect potential volunteers with the many non-profit agencies in Henderson County that need volunteers to help them accomplish their work.

New online resource to match new volunteers with local nonprofits

Press release: New Online Resource to Match New Volunteers with Local Nonprofits HENDERSONVILLE, NC – Henderson County residents can now visit one website to find and sign up for volunteer opportunities at local non-profit agencies. United Way of Henderson County is administering this Volunteer Matching Program through their website, liveunitedhc.org. The Volunteer Matching Program (supported […]

In an effort to bring attention to buskers wintertime plight, David Joe Miller Presents the 3rd Encore Performance of "Salvation In Steel," as Abby the Spoon Lady tells her stories and performs with her band, The Fly By Night Rounders at The Mothlight, 701 Haywood Road in West Asheville on Sunday evening, February 12th at 7:30pm. Doors open at 7pm for general seating. Tickets are on sale now at EventBrite.com for 12.00 each and will be available at the door, the evening of the show, for 15.00 each. All proceeds go directly to The Fly By Night Rounders. The last three shows sold out so buying tickets online is highly recommended.

Abby The Spoon Lady performs at The Mothlight on Sunday Feb. 12th

Press release: Abby The Spoon Lady stays warm at The Mothlight on Sunday February 12th, 7:30pm Wintertime is tough for Asheville’s busking community. The steady stream of people on downtown streets dwindles to a trickle as the cold winds find their way through the streets of downtown Asheville. Street music, street entertainment is almost non-existent […]

“Romeo and Juliet” features as Romeo: Henry Williamson, Juliet: Josephine Thomas, Lady Capulet: Julie Kinter, Mercutio: David Anthony Yeates, Friar Lawrence/Prince: Samantha Lebrocq, Tybalt/Paris/Nurse: Allen Law, Singers: Christine Caldemeyer and Dwight Chiles.

HART’s Cold Mountain-era Romeo and Juliet continues through Jan. 22

Press release: HART’s Cold Mountain ROMEO AND JULIET Continues Through Jan. 22 HART’s unique production of “Romeo and Juliet” set in Cold Mountain during the American Civil War, will continue through January 22. The show, which features mountain music and period costumes met with broad laughter and standing ovations in its opening weekend in the […]