The Montford Park Players will begin their summer season at the newly renovated Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre.
With the end of April approaching, anticipation for LEAF is in the air. This spring’s schedule is jam-packed full of rich sounds and songs. Here, some highlights …
Over the past 10 years, Asheville’s undergone a knitting and crocheting revival: witness groups like Stitch ‘n Bitch and and Men’s Knitting Night. And our eclectic town has, of course, touched the movement with its particular fingerprint. The knitting fad has been reawakened, and knitters and crocheters all over Asheville are gathering at Malaprop’s, Purl’s […]
Bioflyer Productions stages the Broadway musical (based on the ‘80s Kevin Bacon film). Everybody cut, everybody cut!
The Asheville Idiotarod hopes to gather 2 tons of canned goods for MANNA Food Bank.
What sparkles in When We Were Strangers, Pamela Schoenewaldt’s novel of the American dream, is the appreciation for all things organically wonderful.
Local Artist Brian Vasilik is featuring his watercolor collection at the First Congregational United Church of Christ Art Gallery.
The play depicting the life of Zelda Fitzgerald just before her death in the Highland Hospital fire of 1948.
Whether you have a flare for preparing authentic cajun cuisine or you simply enjoy tasting it, everyone is welcome to the annual Cajun Cook-off fundraiser this Sunday in West Asheville.