Press release from Henderson County Education Foundation: The Henderson County Education Foundation will host its fifth annual Food for Thought, dine out for education event, January 20th through January 24th. Participating restaurants spanning the entire county, from Fletcher to Flat Rock to Mills River, will donate a portion of their sales (at least 10%) to support […]
**UPDATED JAN. 16** The Whale and Wicked Weed collaborate on a blended golden ale, Bhramari turns four and more local beer news.
Registration for the all-levels concert and fundraiser ends Jan. 20.
The energetic NYC-based Brasshouse trio play The Grey Eagle on Jan. 18.
The local rocker celebrates the big 2-7 with talented musical friends, Jan. 18 at Asheville Music Hall.
M.C. Taylor’s Durham-based ensemble takes to The Orange Peel stage on Jan. 17.
The North Carolina Film Critics announce winner of the Ken Hanke Memorial Tar Heel Award and other honors for 2019, and the next Asheville Filmmaker Mixer features local documentarian Paul Bonesteel.
The Americana/Alt-Country singer-songwriter plays Jan. 15 at Isis.
**UPDATED JAN. 9** UpCountry celebrates its third anniversary with a Devil’s Foot collaboration, Old North Premium Lager enters the market and more local beer news.
The Durham-based “controversially tender, queer, people of color punk band” performs Jan. 14 at The Mothlight.
The celebrated urban-folk artist plays The Grey Eagle on Jan. 14.
The “Dark Art show” has an opening reception on Jan. 11 at Art Garden.
Asheville’s Luke McLaughlin competes on the current season of Discovery Channel’s “Naked and Afraid.”
Sierra Nevada ownership changes hands and a new game show takes the nation by storm!
The Asheville music community rallies around an ailing colleague, a busker ups her game and a prolific keyboardist’s secret is revealed.
The Silent Sundays series returns with a Baby Peggy feature.
Asheville-area brewery representatives name their favorite local and nonlocal beers from 2019, as well as standout industry accomplishments.
**UPDATED DEC. 24** Forestry Camp spotlights Virginia breweries, Wicked Weed turns 7 and more.
The Asheville-based electro-synth/prog-rock quintet plays Dec. 27-28 at Isis.