This week, learn about screenings of “A Walk in the Woods” at the Carolina Cinemas, “First in Forestry: Carl Schenck and the Biltmore Forest School” at the The Carolina Mountains Literary Festival, and “Riding My Way Back” at the Free Rein Center.
This week’s roster includes summer movie screenings and a youth filmmaking camp offered by NYS3.
This week in local film, the Directors Series continues at Carolina Cinemas, Asheville School of Film offers a summer filmmaking course for teens and a local inventor launches the RunPee app.
This week: Screening of silent film classics, cult favorites and Beer Week docs.
Big screens are better than big crowds. At least that’s the rationale behind Carolina Cinemas’ Super Sunday Super Bowl watch party. Limited-release beers like Devil’s Britches and the 20th Anniversary Weizenbock from Highland Brewing Co.’s tap takeover will ease the strain of tense field goal moments, while games, trivia and prizes (including pint glasses and […]
We’re multitaskers: We want to eat our cake and watch our movies, too. Luckily, the days of dinner and a show aren’t over. Here are some dining options to consider when a plate of food isn’t quite enough to keep you fully occupied. Arcade Asheville The Arcade is one part game room, with vintage favorites […]
It’s been a cold and dreary week, but it’s almost over! We’ve got art openings, live music, theater and outdoor celebrations to get you going again. As always, these events are easy on the wallet, so don’t be shy. And while you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete schedule of weekend music.
This Friday, June 18, George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead—the maestro’s sixth zombie movie—opens at Carolina Cinemas in Asheville. The folks of the Asheville Zombie Walk will be on hand in full zombie attire, and they are inviting other zombies to join them.
The first-ever film festival devoted to action cinema coming to town. And so. is. Chuck. Norris.