Three months after the coal ash spill that dumped 70 miles worth of toxic sludge into Dan River, Duke Energy is still dealing with the backlash and trying to figure out the best way to move forward. According to a story published in the Asheville Citizen-Times on Thursday, May 1, WNC pastors signed and delivered a letter […]
Imagine walking into your favorite Asheville shop, restaurant or bar and seeing a certificate of honor hanging in the window, knowing that you, alongside thousands of Mountain Xpress readers, identified your go-to hangout spot — your top choice — as having the best food, product or service in town. Help Xpress reward the best that […]
Notes from the Asheville food scene
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Asheville Free Media has been providing a wide variety of original, community-oriented programming since 2009. Up to this point, the volunteer, grassroots station has been broadcasting exclusively online, but after the FCC granted it a Low-Power FM construction permit earlier this year, the nonprofit is looking to take the station to the airwaves.