Cover Design Credit: Emily Busey, Photograph by Max Cooper, Pictured: JP McClellan, co-owner of Go Yoga

Wellness: Measuring up

Volume
19
/ Issue
29

Cover Design Credit:

Emily Busey, Photograph by Max Cooper, Pictured: JP McClellan, co-owner of Go Yoga

opinion

  • McHenry SuPOORter

    -by Molton
  • Kind of an Over-Reaction

    -by Brent Brown
  • Asheville Disclaimer 02/06/13

    -by Webmaster
    Inaugural poem’s harsh reception inspires James Franco to try even harder at Vacation Poetry School
  • Diversity is perfection

    -by Webmaster
    In response to Thomas Kelemen-Beatty’s Jan. 23 letter to Xpress, “Evacuation Should Be a Serious Concern”: I commend his commitment to a safe plan for disaster evacuation, but I can’t…
  • We are not all made of patience

    -by Webmaster
    I'm a server in the restaurant business, [and] I have recently been appalled at the lack of consideration people show when it comes to two things: paying their tabs and…
  • Asheville’s "Fine" Arts Theatre

    -by Webmaster
    Recently I went to see a movie at the Fine Arts Theatre. Right before the movie began, an old black-and-white photo of the theater flashed up on the screen. The…
  • The Fine Arts Theatre responds

    -by Webmaster
    The Fine Arts Theatre, in its current incarnation, was opened as a first-run art- and independent-film theater in 1996 by John Cram as an extension of his decades-long venture in…
  • Is Voter ID really worth all these burdens?

    -by Karen Oelschlaeger
    Last week, North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis announced that a Voter ID bill “will move fairly quickly” through the General Assembly this year. The League of Women Voters has…
  • Speak out against tar-sands pipeline

    -by Webmaster
    I'm planning to hop on the bus along with fellow Ashevilleans to head up to Washington, D.C., on Feb. 16, for the "Forward on Climate" rally. Why? Because it's been…
  • Climate change: Why we moved to Asheville 24 years ago

    -by Webmaster
    I couldn't help but notice the sign New York City had erected next to an on-ramp on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway: "FUGEDABOTIT." It was the easiest, cheapest way to tell drivers…

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