Felice Bell was named the winner of the Xpress 2016 Indie 500 Flash Fiction Contest for her story, “Finding Astrid.” The story appears here in full.
An art project spawning a 12-foot tall giraffe made of recycled milk cartons has netted Ira B. Jones Elementary a check for a cool $5,000. Evergreen Packaging presented the check Feb. 13 at the school as part of its nationwide Made by Milk Carton Creation Contest. Ira B. Jones captured the grand prize after art teacher Vicki […]
Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation’s annual pet photography contest will accept photos of dogs, cats and anything else with four legs through March 25.
Send us your handmade valentines for Xpress’ first Valentine Contest. The loveliest cards will be published in our Valentine’s Day issue. Deadline: Feb. 1.
The deadline for the Mountain Xpress holiday art contest has been extended – Monday, Dec. 3.
Is it possible to get in the holiday spirit before Halloween? If you’re a kid with a crayon the answer is yes. Xpress is once again hosting a holiday art contest and we want to give you plenty of time to create your masterpiece. Art by Winter Avery
Is your animal the cutest in town? Snap a photo and win Sarge’s Animal Rescue’s pet photography contest.
Artist Marcus Thomas paints with his teeth. Video by Bob Peck.
Xpress staffer Arenda Manning turns the tables on the Question of the Day, asking you for ideas for future questions. The winning question will be used in a future video, and will land the creator two tickets to the Mountain Xpress Best of Bash at the Orange Peel in Asheville on Dec. 2, 2011.
The air is chilly and stores all over town will soon be decking the halls. It’s the perfect time for you or your child to share wintertime art with the Mountain Xpress. Enter our annual holiday art contest to be featured on our website. Several talented artists will see their work in our upcoming holiday issues. The deadline is Friday, Nov. 18.
The Kiwi indie-rock band offers fans a chance to win a dream trip to see its post-Moogfest performance at the New Zealand Music Awards.
Western North Carolina has long history as a mecca for the written word. From Thomas Wolfe to Wilma Dykeman, O. Henry to Charles Frazier, our mountains have been home to a diverse group of esteemed authors, many of them poets. Is it coincidence that the last three poets laureate of North Carolina — Fred Chappell, Katherine Stripling Byer and Cathy Smith Bowers — are from the mountains? And we know there are more poets in these hills.