I hope you might be able to help me recognize a recent exceptional experience that my friends and I from Colorado had with Liberty Bikes in Asheville. We were on a three-week cycling trip through North Carolina (it was all wonderful), and needed advice regarding the opportunity in the Asheville area. Eight of us converged […]
The new Aloft Hotel in downtown Asheville at 51 Biltmore Ave is nearing completion and Xpress recently took a behind-the-scenes tour.
Thank you, thank you for keeping a frequent visitor of Asheville in the know. I'm not a "tourist." Even though I don't live in Asheville, I visit frequently enough that this feels like my second home. So, the first thing (OK, maybe the second thing, after I get my hands on a chicken sandwich from […]
In what could be a “Welcome to Asheville” postcard, a street performer dressed as the Hindu Goddess Kali poses with the Stardoves (Dr. Raja and Professor Moira), who were both charmed by her presence.
“Where you can dance to the beat of a different drum…” Asheville’s vibe is the focus of this 30-second ad produced for Buncombe County Tourism and Development Authority.
It’s a preschool, it offers custom art studio session and, now, Roots + Wings is also working on a tourist-oriented retreat package.
Summary of the Asheville City Council Oct. 21 work session.
Asheville’s downtown is more than a mere place — it’s a brand and an economic engine that needs protecting and constant fine-tuning. That was the gist of a presentation by Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority Executive Director Kelly Miller to City Council at its Oct. 21 meeting.
Tourism is vital to Asheville, which is why pressing issues such as graffiti, vandalism, filth, panhandling, predatory towing and other problems will be addressed in a report by local tourism officials and city staff when Council meets for its Oct. 21 work session.