Roy Wooten and Tracy Silverman bring their innovative duo to Isis on Nov. 17.
**UPDATED NOV. 14** Ginger’s Revenge brings back Appalachian Ginger, Burial releases a Stillwater collaboration and more local beer news.
East Fork Pottery moves its factory to Biltmore Village, Henrietta’s Poultry Shoppe is now open in the RAD, Metro Wines offers a Thanksgiving wine tasting, Isis gets a new executive chef, Baba Nahm goes Turkish and more Asheville food news.
The duo will bring their eclectic brand of cello-punk to Fleetwood’s on Thursday, Nov. 15.
The Asheville-based multi-instrumentalist and his band play a record release show Nov. 17 at Jack of the Wood.
This year, the 17th for the event, features the work of local designer Denise Carbonell.
The evening-length work will be performed Nov. 17-19 at Congregation Beth Ha-Tephila.
Broken promises and false starts plagued the city’s early hopes of developing an airport.
A Vegas-based developer wants to build a resort in the mountains outside Asheville. To do so, he would need commissioners to amend Buncombe County’s zoning ordinance. Staff in the county planning department have recommended that commissioners reject the changes.
Michael Lilly is fearless in this role. He isn’t afraid to wear the emotions on his sleeve, whether he is making snide comments on the insincerity of the minister’s words in his father’s funeral service, or on the verge of emotionally melting down.
Chaz Bear discusses his break from touring and how it changed the way he makes music.
“For a town that touts its ‘progressiveness,’ the city of Asheville has shown once again that it is only willing to take the measures that will make our town pretty for its tourists — not livable for its residents.”
The Asheville-based author reads from her new book on Nov. 16 at Malaprop’s.
If City Council votes to approve the proposed Charlotte Street Improvement Project, the road would be cut from four car lanes to three, making room for dedicated bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. Should Council approve the plan, bidding for construction is projected to begin this winter, with construction to start next spring or summer and finish by fall.
Mountainfilm on Tour stops by Highland Brewing, Lenoir-Rhyne screens a pair of environmental activism documentaries and more.