Berry-picking season is in full swing, and there are plenty of places in the Asheville area — both wild and cultivated — to pick some of nature’s candy fresh off the shrub. Of course, wild blueberries are free for the picking from late summer through early fall at spots on the Blue Ridge Parkway, including Craggy Gardens […]
When a truffle has a name like “velvet sin ecstasy,” it probably doesn’t need to win awards to convince customers to give it a try. But at a recent competition, The Chocolate Fetish proved that its chocolates lived up to their names when the Asheville business earned 15 medals at the International Chocolate Salon’s 2014 […]
“The quest for the perfect blend of Old World Cirque and American Roadhouse fun will be seasoned with aerialists, singers and showgirl burlesque dancers to delight the senses,” according to a press release for Teatro del Gusto. Join the circus cabaret crew for a “feast of the senses” — it’s the first show in a series […]
Americana and world music are two genres that don’t often overlap, but after listening to The Billy Sea’s progressive, hypnotically rhythmic sound, you’ll be glad they did. The band perform at RiverLink’s RiverMusic on July 11.
What: Jerry Donoghue is the founder and coach at Asheville Compassionate Communication Center on E. Chestnut Street. His training is based on the nonviolent communication model developed by Marshall Rosenberg in the 1960s during his work in the civil rights movement to forge ways for people to communicate and interact in a way that emphasizes quality […]
“How would your life be different today if you knew that you would not wake up tomorrow?” asks Greg Lathrope, co-director of the Bridges of Bardo project, a series of local events staged to encourage public discourse around the subject of death. “And then you can take it to a relational level and say, ‘How […]
What: On June 7, 1914, the First Congregational Church in Asheville was chartered. This weekend Asheville’s First Congregational UCC will be celebrating its centennial with a special One Hundred Year Dinner for congregation members and a celebration worship service on Sunday, June 8 at 10:30 a.m. The service will feature a brass quintet and guest […]
Decide for yourself who makes the best Negroni in town and help raise money for a good cause by hoisting a glass at some favorite Asheville cocktail spots this week. As part of Imbibe Magazine and Campari’s international Negroni Week celebration and fundraiser, MG Road, The Imperial Life, Table and Top of the Monk will join bars around the world in […]
The WNC Chapter of the N.C. Herb Association marked its 25th anniversary with the annual spring Asheville Herb Festival this weekend. Visitors flocked to the festival with visions of this year’s gardening adventures looking to stock up garden staples as well as to track down a number of unique varieties. The festival operated under the tagline “If It’s Herbs, It’s Here.”
Asheville is losing an icon. The sweet, fiery, exceedingly talented Cynthia Turner, our very own queen of the cocktail, is returning home to New Orleans, leaving behind a legacy built on quality, conviction and compassion.
WNC air quality has improved, but risks remain for sensitive groups
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