The team of elite dunkers and Guinness World Record holders plays the U.S. Cellular Center on Sunday, Jan. 5.
On Monday, Jan. 6, storytellers from across the region will present true stories at the Henderson County Library’s Kaplan Auditorium.
Reasonably Priced Babies return to Ambrose West on Friday, Jan. 17. The troupe also performs at Black Mountain Center for the Arts on Friday, Jan. 24.
The party takes place at Eleven on Grove on Monday, Jan. 6.
Matt Williams featuring Royal Suits share the feel-good single, “2020.”
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From theater and live music to art exhibitions and literature, 2019 produces great works across genres.
Inherited vintage clothing, previously online-only, recently opened as not only a brick-and-mortar store in downtown Tryon, but also as a collaboration with Heise’s husband, the singer-songwriter and recording artist Steven Fiore (aka Young Mister), who runs Reunion Tour, a recording studio and skate and music shop in the same space.
The exhibition is open to the public on the second Wednesday of each month, December-June, starting Wednesday, Dec. 11.
The event takes place at Downtown Books & News on Friday, Dec. 6.
Not only is purchasing handmade goods more inspirational than stressful, buying local puts more cash into the pockets of area artists and back into the local economy.
The singer-songwriter returns to The Grey Eagle this time each year for his annual Thanksgiving Homecoming Concert.
Local offerings range from classic ballets, poignant soul searches and snarky send-ups of this month of family drama and heightened emotions.
The musician returns to Asheville on Sunday, Dec. 1, for a show at The Grey Eagle with support from local singer-songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling.
The “fabulous night of dancing and joy” takes place at Sly Grog Lounge on Saturday, Nov. 23.
Award-winning journalist and creative nonfiction writer Latria Graham be joined at the Saturday, Nov. 23, Mountain of Words reading and discussion by author and editor Juan G. Sánchez Martínez and spoken-word artist Cara Forbes.
The poet reads from his latest collection, which is a finalist for the National Book Award, at UNC Asheville on Thursday, Nov. 14.
That show — billed as “An Interplanetary Evening” — is set for Saturday, Nov. 9, at Ambrose West.
The original, local comedy runs Nov. 1-24 at The Magnetic Theatre.
When Pattiy Torno (who moved to Asheville in the mid-’80s, attracted by creative culture and health consciousness) purchased the former Standard Oil distribution center, “this was out in the middle of nowhere,” she says.
In his years with RBTS WIN he’s grown into the nuances of his voice and learned where to push, where to hold back. On his solo album, Worsham takes risks that feel not so much risky as realized.