Cover Design Credit: Emily Busey, Isaac Dickson Elementary photograph by Max Cooper

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Volume
19
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32

Cover Design Credit:

Emily Busey, Isaac Dickson Elementary photograph by Max Cooper

arts

  • Connecting with Cuba: A celebration and discussion in Asheville

    -by Jake Frankel
    In the last six months, dozens of Asheville travelers have visited Cuba, creating growing connections between the local area and the island nation. And on April 22 members of those…
  • Clubland photos

    -by Webmaster
    Underlying urgency: Total War makes melodic indie rock with an inescapable sense of movement, reminiscent of bands like Cursive (thanks to frontman Jeremy Rose's gruff and affective baritone). The local…
  • Bonus fun stuff that’s happening

    -by Webmaster
    Happiness is a warm… The debate over gun control moves to the canvas with The Gun Show, featuring works by Connie Bostic, on display at Flood Gallery through the month…
  • State of the Arts: Henco turns its window into a mini-gallery

    -by Webmaster
    Ad buster: Henco will complement its poster displays with a monthly, one-window exhibit. Window perception New work is going in Henco Reprographic’s window at 54 Broadway St. It’s neither word-…
  • Wear it well: Old North, Vintage Moon Modern and Ship to Shore share big apparel news

    -by Alli Marshall
    Flannel-wearers and wine drinkers alike can find durable, stylish menswear at Old North. Photo by Max Cooper It’s always exciting when a new, independently owned business opens in Asheville. Especially…
  • Lets mind wander to wondering thought: Pan Harmonia spreads the gospel of chamber music

    -by Webmaster
    Three strong winds: From left, flutist Kate Steinbeck, bassoonist Rosalind Buda and clarinetist Fred Lemmons. — Photo by Frank Zipperer Photography. Spring and All A selection of Pan Harmonia concerts…
  • Smart Bets: HoveyKraft with Lil Panda and Logos

    -by Webmaster
    Local musician Ben Hovey (aka HoveyKraft) is a one-man band in the suavest sense of the word. His "musical adventures fusing EDM with soul, dub, jazz, hip-hop, and world music…
  • Smart Bets: Stephaniesid

    -by Webmaster
    Local pop-noir band stephaniesid makes an exciting promise with the release if its fifth full length: They Won’t Know What To Do With Us. While that claim may be true,…
  • Smart Bets: Rupert Wates

    -by Webmaster
    London-born, New York-based (with a stop-off in Paris) songwriter Rupert Wates can also count WNC among his locales. He recorded his most recent album, At The Losers’ Motel, at Echo…

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