CalCast brings together a wide range of community events in one handy podcast. Hosted by Theresa Amandi of Asheville Free Media’s Bombshell-ter Radio. Weekend of July 25-27
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.
Brothers Davaion and Heath Bristol don’t just participate in the local hip-hop scene — they bring it directly to you.
Stop by the N.C. Apple Festival or hear some traditional music at the Smoky Mountain Folk Festival. Podcast hosted by Theresa Amandi of Bombshell-ter Radio.
This weekend brings art, science and an assortment of local music. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost weekend events.
This week’s CalCast, the community calendar podcast from Asheville Free Media and the Mountain Xpress, features host Kim Roney. (photo: Mrs. Hyatt’s Opera House Fundraiser)
Learn how to be a Blue Ridge Rollergirl, race up Town Mountain Road and bob for apples this weekend. (photo by Bill Rhodes)
Asheville Free Media’s Ben Herring sits down with alt-rock band Lucero to talk about their influences, including Asheville’s own Greg Cartwright. Photos by Rich Orris.
I like to be informed about my community, so I have appreciated being able to hop online at any time to check out mountainx.com, citizen-times.com and the Asheville FM News Hour and Little Shop of Attitude show [“To Air is Human,” April 4 Xpress]. Having said that, now I think its finally time to boycott […]
Film and the written word take center stage this weekend, along with adorable pets, hearty plants and community radio. While you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete schedule of local music. And, as always, feel free to share more budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
This weekend is jam packed with things to do. Take a listen to the community calendar podcast from the Mountain Xpress and Asheville FM for the scoop.
There are plenty of hiking, food, benefit and theater events going on this weekend. Find an activity or two that suits your fancy with the help of CalCast, the community calendar from Mountain Xpress and Asheville FM.
There’s so much to do this weekend in Western North Carolina. If only there were a podcast to round up the best events in the region. Oh wait, there is. Check out CalCast, the community calendar podcast from The Mountain Xpress and Asheville FM.
Still debating what to do this weekend? Check out CalCast, the community calendar podcast from The Mountain Xpress and Asheville FM.
The Mountain Xpress and AFM News Hour Community Calendar sort through hundreds of events so you don’t have to. Tune in every week to hear what’s going on in Asheville and beyond.
The Mountain Xpress Poetry Bash will close out Saturday’s events, with beer, music and a reading from poet Brian Sneeden, winner of the 2011 Mountain Xpress poetry contest.
Here’s some of what Xpress Forum “boarders” have been up to this week: hosting a cross-platform discussion with Shad Marsh’s Sunday night radio show; debating whether Asheville’s burlesque movement has evolved since The Rebelles disbanded, and; of course, discussing their own priorities.
Coming on the heels of recent controversy at WPVM, Asheville's low-power FM radio station, more than 60 people have come together to create a new grass-roots station. It's called Asheville Free Media (aka Asheville FM). Tuned on, tune in: At least 50 people are backing a fledgling effort to create a new community radio station […]