Cover Design Credit: Sarah Riddle
Photograph Credit: Max Cooper

Homing In

Volume
20
/ Issue
10

Cover Design Credit:

Sarah Riddle

Cover Photography Credit:

Max Cooper

food

  • Harvesting community in Oakley

    -by Webmaster
    With its Thursday, Oct. 3 Harvest Festival, the Oakley Farmers Market celebrates two years.
  • Eat at Joe’s

    -by Emily Patrick
    After months of construction, Trader Joe’s hosts its grand opening Friday, Sept. 27, on Merrimon Avenue.
  • Behind the Scenes of a Brew Off

    -by Webmaster
    Just Brew It, an annual homebrew competition put on by Just Economics, is a ton of fun. About 50 homebrewers pack the outdoor area of the Wedge and serve up…
  • Undercover Funny

    -by Emily Patrick
    Tyler Capps never realized a pot of chili would land him a book deal with one of the largest publishers in the world — until just that happened. (Illustration for…
  • It’s all Greek to eat

    -by Emily Patrick
    Every year at Bele Chere a number of gyro vendors line the streets. To the untrained eye, they’re all alike. But if you’ve been to the Asheville Greek Festival, you…

arts

  • Scarlet fever

    -by Alli Marshall
    Emily Easterly releases her contagious new EP, “Get Bothered” at The LAB on Saturday, Sept. 28. Click through to see the new video for “Decent Animal.”
  • Smart Bets: Sigur Rós

    -by Alli Marshall
    Concert promoter AC Entertainment just announced through Facebook, that “Sigur Rós tickets are starting at just $33 for their Saturday, Sept. 28 show at ExploreAsheville.com Arena.” Get the discount price…
  • Calendar Highlights: Master Artists, “Doga,” Brevard Concert

    -by Webmaster
  • Booty calls

    -by Webmaster
    Five years can be a long time to wait for anything. If the body’s cells regenerate every seven years, after five years you’re more the new self than the old…

opinion

  • A stack of rocks

    -by Webmaster
  • Asheville Disclaimer 9/25/2013

    -by Webmaster
    Updates to Buncombe County land use plan
  • What a disappointment

    -by Webmaster
    I read with amazement the [opening sentence] of “New Crop,” the Sept. 11 cover story: “Follow a gravel road through the heart of Leicester, traverse a water-filled ditch, and you'll…
  • Dragnet

    -by Webmaster
    The Kenilworth neighborhood south of Asheville is not known for its mean streets. But an incident in early September showed that even the placid outskirts have their discordant moments. David…
  • Do you know where the heart of Leicester is?

    -by Webmaster
    Nice article and great work that these younger folks are doing, but c'mon, Jen: "Follow a gravel road through the heart of Leicester"? [“New Crop,” Sept. 11 Xpress] Really? Do…

news

  • Business Blotter

    -by Webmaster
    Openings Hardcore Mamas fitness classes, Stone Bodyworks Studios, 25 Reed St. 808-3566. http://www.hardcoremamas.com. Trader Joe’s, 120 Merrimon Ave. 232-5078. http://www.traderjoes.com. Whist gift shop, 428-A Haywood Road. 252-5557. http://whistshop.com. Grand opening…
  • Terms of engagement

    -by Webmaster
    Whether it's four years on Asheville City Council, 30 years as a city official or eight years working in a downtown restaurant, all three candidates for mayor tout experience, though…
  • Asheville campaign calendar

    -by Webmaster
    Wednesday, Sept. 25 WHEN/WHERE: Noon, Magnolia’s Raw Bar & Grille, 26 E. Walnut St. WHAT: The Council of Independent Business Owners (CIBO) will host a mayoral candidate debate. WHEN/WHERE: 6:30-8:30…