Ten trees arrived at the Wedge Brewery, their roots wrapped in burlaped balls of dirt, on the the back of a flatbed truck. “They look kind of funny up there, on the truck,” said Julia McAffee of Chicago who was there to drink beer, not plant trees. “I had no idea people did things like […]
About 250 people, many of them students, marched today, protesting against the proposed Keystone Pipeline and in solidarity with the Occupy movement.
Lt. Wilke of the Asheville Police Department informs Occupy protesters of their options, including that they face arrest for remaining in the park past 10 p.m.
Photos by Bill Rhodes
Occupy Asheville members walking in support of Occupy Oakland, and especially the injured from a recent demonstration there.
Brotherhug Barlow, Robbie Sweetser and Jim Hornaday look up at vines in the trees along the Hominy Creek Greenway.
Free Trees! Asheville High students Jake Rickman and Clay Hurand listen to RiverLink’s Dave Russell, right, talk about the history of the mill site, where the nonprofit is set up for its annual tree giveaway.
Photographer (and West Asheville resident) Bill Rhodes offers his wry yet sentimental report on trick-or-treaters who brave Vermont Avenue on a chilly Halloween.
Local photographer Bill Rhodes tracks down residents who are helping feed Occupy Asheville. photos by Bill Rhodes
Can the public-private partnership that created Pack Square Park work in another town? Representatives from Harrisonburg, Va., think it might, and on Friday morning, Oct. 28, they toured the place to get some ideas.
photos and report by Bill Rhodes