More than a dozen new restaurants opened throughout Asheville in 2013, adding even more to the city’s lively restaurant scene. With the beginning of the new year, XPress checked in with some of the restaurants’ owners and chefs to see how things are going after their first few months in business. (Photos by Alicia Funderburk)
More than a dozen new restaurants opened throughout Asheville in 2013, adding even more to the city’s lively restaurant scene. With the beginning of the new year, XPress checked in with some of the restaurants’ owners and chefs to see how things are going after their first few months in business. (photos by Alicia Funderburk)
Forget follies and farces. Local college and university theaters are tackling tougher issues this season. From racism and homophobia to bullying and social pressures, Blue Ridge Community College, Warren Wilson College and UNC Asheville are all staging hard-hitting plays in hopes of sparking thoughtful dialogue. Blue Ridge Community College For Dan Turpin, a second-year student […]
Following A-B Tech’s production of Unnecessary Farce in April, the local community college will discontinue its drama courses and terminate those faculty members. The decision was made after the state omitted theater from the list of courses guaranteed to be accepted as transfer credits by all 16 state universities. “If a course is not on […]
In the new book Small Stories, Big Changes, more than a dozen authors share their stories and experiences in working toward sustainability in their communities. On Nov. 11, six of them took part in a panel discussion that felt a bit like watching family members argue on a sitcom. The authors’ mix of political beliefs […]
On Nov. 11, Warren Wilson College hosted a panel discussion of six contributing authors of Small Stories, Big Changes. The authors shared their stories and experiences of working toward sustainability in their communities, as well as their ideas and goals when it comes to environmentalism in our society.
Warren Wilson to host panel discussion with contributing authors of a book on sustainability change-makers
Royal Peasantry, a local fashion company specializing in up-cycling clothes, will entertain guests at Isis Music Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 16, with a new film, new art and new fashions.
Sixteen actors aged 7 to 15 years old will perform the classic Disney production at Asheville Community Theatre’s Mainstage on Friday, Oct. 25, through Sunday, Oct. 27.
A local nonprofit hosts monthly magic shows featuring people with special needs and disabilities. Their next performance is Sunday, Oct. 12, at St. Mary’s Church.
As part of our Oct. 2 Craft Issue, we asked local craft artists to describe their recent work. Here are a few that we featured in the print edition: Ray Jones, Tom Shields, Lesley Keeble, Ed Beyers and Holden McCurry, Rebecca Kempson and Gertrude Graham Smith
The North-Carolina based grocer finished renovations on Hendersonville location and announced another store opening in Asheville.
The New Orleans-based quintet will perform at the Emerald Lounge Friday, Sept. 20, at 9 p.m.