Attention, local kids and teens: If you could travel through time, where would you go? Some historic event in the past? Somewhere in the unknown future? Why? What would you do when you got there? Once you have an idea, it’s time to get creative, then share your work for possible publication in Xpress’ Kids […]
“I am an independent voter, and I don’t feel the Democrats or the Republicans represent my voice, protect anyone’s rights or anyone’s future.”
Although an $870,000 trust fund exists to support the Buncombe County Public Libraries’ historical archives, manager Katherine Cutshall says she’s been locked out of accessing that money for years due to the county’s legal confusion.
“There is a significant number of citizens who want to see a Council that is serious about transparency, mitigating local effects of climate change, particularly through sensible and innovative programs, and real commitment to our natural environment …”
“There’s an info nugget about our civic priorities.”
“After World War II, we have built our cities as subdivisions, shopping centers, office parks and similar, all separated from one another, requiring motor vehicles to perform simple daily tasks. It’s not working.”
The fashion designer talks new projects and the city’s fashion scene.
The choreographer and owner of Heart & Soul Dance Co. offers his take on upcoming dance performances.
The Asheville transplant discusses his journey to landscape photography.
Mary Crowe shares her experiences in a community-based effort to restore Clingmans Dome to Kuwohi.
Over 140 people responded to an Xpress questionnaire designed to learn more about Western North Carolina’s unaffilaited voters. Their answers show that, at least in WNC, the simple label of “unaffiliated” elides a wide diversity of ideologies and concerns.
High school football is king in the Haywood County communities of Waynesville and Canton, and they’re not alone. Throughout many towns Western North Carolina, Friday night football provides the glue that brings people together.
If you’re reading this, it means you’ve successfully survived the season thus far. Yes, I realize it’s still early. Nevertheless, preparation is key.
The filmmaker and program director of the Film & TV program at Western Carolina University offers his thoughts on the local film scene.