All new business ventures have their ups and their downs, but does dealing with city regulations make starting one up in Asheville more of a headache than in other cities?
It would not be a case of yellow journalism to investigate the suspicions that something smells in dark recesses of downtown Asheville’s parking garage stairwells. City leaders should make addressing this a number one priority. It’s one thing to advertise downtown as a drinking destination, but having facilities available to return that rented beer makes the difference […]
One man’s trash… is another man’s trash… which is sitting next to another man’s trash (in certain recent developments), but at least it is treasure to some non-men.
Sometimes, even if you try to bee conscientious to one group, you may still bug some other one.
“Pity the nomad who finds his complaints of current residency conditions fall upon unsympathetic ears.”
Once it is finally constructed, the new Isaac Dickson Elementary School may have a powerful new next-door neighbor. The proposed Duke Energy substation plans for the site have drawn protests from some parents and nearby residents. Duke Energy spokespersons assure those concerned groups that EMF is A-OK. Whether such assurances will quell the FUD remains […]
The growing problem of a lack of affordable housing in and around Asheville loom large over the city.
Safety concerns on certain city thoroughfares make the idea of going out of town for dangerous thrills redundant.
With the iconic, 118-year-old obelisk set to begin a restoration process this month (and renewed examination of the native son/former Civil War governor for which it is named), here are some suggestions for new uses of the reinvigorated Vance Monument.