UNCA hosts its ninth Human Rights Film Festival and the Grail screens a documentary on childhood toxic stress.
The Short Coxe Avenue brewery’s team embraces operating just outside the South Slope.
Country, blues, bluegrass and … prog-hop? The variety of live music available in Asheville never ceases to impress.
A new play for children, It’s Just a Pill, premiered at A-B Tech’s Ferguson Auditorium on March 8. The 55-minute musical confronts the opioid epidemic from the perspective of a 10-year-old girl. The production will now travel around North Carolina to reach over 4,000 young people.
During a recent stop in Asheville for a tour date and a little fun, Shindell gave an exclusive, three-song performance at The Grey Eagle
In Buncombe County, manufactured housing is limited to certain zoning designations, but the county planning board recently voted in favor of an amendment that would expand the list of areas where manufactured homes would be allowed. The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing about the change in the coming weeks.
“Life chose me by a golden chance to have superpowers for just 24 hours, and I used them to revive our planet.”
When Melissa Clark, owner of Hemp Magik, opened the doors to her Woodfin storefront on the morning of Feb. 14, she was hit with quite a shock: A search warrant from the Woodfin Police Department was sitting on her counter. Listed in it were four felony charges. “I was shaking,” says Clark. “I’ve never been […]
Our community has learned a lot about the limits of open government law over the past year, as indictments of former Buncombe County employees Wanda Greene, Mandy Stone, Jon Creighton and Michael Greene revealed corruption and embezzlement concealed from both the public and the media over many years.
Many local zouk dancers are drawn from other scenes, including contra, blues/fusion and salsa.
Like their neighbors to the northeast, the Irish distill spirits from barley and water. But they’ve created a product that’s sweeter, less earthy and eminently more drinkable than scotch.
Andrew Ross and Jesse Van Note discuss the decision to expand to Greenville and plans for their acclaimed beer bar’s second location.
Mayor Esther Manheimer pointed to the Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority’s recent commitment to long-term planning around hotel occupancy taxes as a key factor in her support for the project. “That is the kind of change that I needed to see personally before I would move forward with considering another hotel,” she said, joining Council members Vijay Kapoor, Julie Mayfield and Sheneika Smith in the approval vote.
Some local eateries offer more for families than just a kids menu.