Carrieann and Jon Schneider of the forthcoming Etowah brewery lost thousands of dollars when the brewing system they ordered never materialized.
The Oscar-nominated, Grammy-winning singer performs at Diana Wortham Theatre on Jan. 24.
The Nashville rockers play Pisgah Brewing on Jan. 20.
Black hip-hop artists and local venue bookers discuss the stigmas surrounding the genre and their efforts to work together as professionals.
The New York City standup comedian plays The Southern on Jan. 20.
In conjunction with a new exhibition showcasing seven decades of his work, the Black Mountain College alumnus gives a gallery talk Jan. 19 at the BMC Museum + Arts Center.
The NC Film Critics Association’s Ken Hanke Memorial Tar Heel Award goes to “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” the Grail and Planned Parenthood commemorate the 45th of Roe v. Wade and more.
The two-day comedy/variety extravaganza to benefit Arms Around ASD takes place Jan. 19-20 at The Magnetic Theater.
The Asheville-based ensemble performs its first show of 2018 on Jan. 13 at Salvage Station.
**UPDATED JAN. 10** Bhramari celebrates its second anniversary with four taproom releases, Archetype unveils its first barrel-aged offering and more local beer news.
The New York City “Brass House” returns to Asheville Music Hall on Jan. 13.
The author presents his new book on the craft of writing resiliency in conversation with Sara Gruen at Malaprop’s on Jan. 12.
The North Carolina hard rockers play The Mothlight on Jan. 12.
Brevard High School screens a documentary of sharecropper oral histories, the Screen Artists Co-op holds an open house and more.
WNC Dance Academy’s benefit showcase for MANNA FoodBank takes place Jan. 20 at the Asheville High School auditorium.
The Asheville-based guitarists/vocalists blend their eclectic takes on folk music Jan. 6 at The Grey Eagle.
Mardi Gras season kicks off Jan. 6 with a party at Club 11 On Grove.
AmiciMusic spotlight neglected works for violin and piano by minority composers, Jan. 5-7 at three different local venues.
The Alaskan poet and musician brings his new theater piece “Donald Trump Is My Muse” to Firestorm Books on Jan. 5.
“Get Out” wins SEFCA’s Best Film of 2017 award and the Parodies for Charity traveling film festival makes multiple stops in the area over the next week.
Local rappers SK the Novelist, PTP, Siyah and Free the Optimus play a benefit show for Isaac Dickson Elementary School lunch debt relief Jan. 5 at The Mothlight.