This weekend offers classical music, theater, spoken word and a chance to perform your own original works. As always, Xpress brings you the best in budget-friendly entertainment.
This weekend features visual arts, written word, pets and outdoors. As always, Xpress brings you the best in budget-friendly events.
This weekend it’s all about the arts: visual, theater, film, music and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in budget-friendly entertainment.
Toubab Krewe has no shortage of enthusiasts in Asheville. But fans of exotic pop music have another compelling reason to catch the band’s Jan. 19 show (part of a two-night run) at The Orange Peel.
This weekend offers theater, pets, art, music and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost entertainment.
This week, Xpress brings you a variety of holiday happenings, along with some options for riding out the apocalypse.
The Dripolator Coffe Bar on Broadway will celebrate its re-branding as High Five Coffee Bar this weekend, but there are more changes afoot than just a new name.
This weekend offers a variety of author events, local fashion, holiday treats and an ambient sound tour. As always, Xpress brings you the best in budget-friendly entertainment.
BioWheels, which has been serving Asheville cyclists for more than a decade, will close its retail operations just after year’s end, according to co-owner/founder Eric Krause. Instead, the company will shift its focus to bike rentals and trails.
This weekend brings local music, educational presentations, seafood and film. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-budget entertainment.
The cyclists on your list probably have all the lights, warm winter wears, tools and bike accessories they need, but you can still surprise them with a cycle-centric gift. Asheville on Bikes director Michael Sule offers several creative ideas for bicycle enthusiasts. “Those who ride the city appreciate Asheville’s expansion of multi-modal infrastructure, so give […]
The experimental music scene in Asheville has seen exponential growth in the past year, thanks in large part to two local labels — Headway Recordings and Bathetic Records. This weekend, the pair combine forces to throw a local album release party for one of Bathetic’s most prolific (and indescribable) artists, Providence, R.I.-based Lazy Magnet.
The Altamont Theatre continues its ongoing foray into funny with professional tennis player turned comedian Matt Kosta.
This weekend offers holiday craft fairs, fashion, film and lots of local music. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-budget entertainment.
Last month, we joined Floating Action on the set of its latest video, an ‘80s-themed aerobics spoof for “Matador,” a bouncy rock anthem from its latest album, Fake Blood. Now, after nearly two months, the video has finally been released.
Let’s face it; the holidays can be as stressful as they are relaxing. This week, Xpress brings you a few low-cost escapes from the Thanksgiving table.
Ahleuchatistas got a shout out and an enthusiastic endorsement from NPR’s Bob Boilen today when the All Songs Considered host premiered the band’s latest video (for “Lighted Stars”), along with a short write up, on NPR’s website.
Interested in small, community-based media? Next year, thousands of noncommercial radio licenses will become available all across the country, granting ordinary citizens unprecedented access to the airwaves. This weekend, the Reclaim the Airwaves Tour visits Firestorm Café and Books to discuss the upcoming changes and assist interested individuals and organizations with their license applications.
The holiday season is in full swing, and this weekend offers craft fairs, parades and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-budget weekend events.