The local music nonprofit brings back its Sound Effects Benefit Concert and moves into a new West Asheville home.
The Asheville-based indie/folk rockers discuss the numerous new approaches taken on their fourth LP.
Jared Wheatley’s mural project seeks to stimulate conversations between Native and non-Native people.
AAAC Executive Director Katie Cornell discusses the latest candidate survey and the 2020 edition’s impact on local policies.
Architects, homeowners and neighbors discuss the influx and sustainability of tall, skinny houses in West Asheville.
Chris Frosaker discusses what goes on behind-the-scenes in Hi-Wire’s expansions while the Sierra Nevada sustainability team offers an update on its work.
Asheville’s omission from a recent Best Music Cities study prompts questions from local industry leaders.
The Asheville-based production company seeks to shift the values of the independent film industry toward collective care, accountability and liberation.
The Asheville-based author discusses the book he’s been working toward his entire career.
Thirteen years after the Mars Hill Anderson Rosenwald School’s fate was in jeopardy, individuals committed to its preservation have completed an extensive round of repairs.
The Beaufort-based author conducted in-depth research about the Vanderbilts for her contemporary historical novel.
The recent transplant discusses his long journey to develop a distinct literary voice in “Forum.”
Danny Ellis, Gareth Higgins and Paula O’Brien discuss being Irish Americans and how that status has influenced their art.
Asheville’s second oldest brewery — and first on the South Slope — turns 25 while Pabst Blue Ribbon honors local artist Hannah Bunzey’s can design.
The Parkway Playhouse, Montford Moppets and Flat Rock Playhouse’s Studio 52 instill life skills in local young people through the magic of theater.
Dreamy pop, acoustic folk and fuzzed-out rock define these three new local projects.
Susan Abram’s live Zoom webinar for the Western North Carolina Historical Association takes place March 10.
See what happens when a writer consumes five cups of coffee in the same number of hours, as part of an assignment to check out the Asheville coffee scene.
The community building between Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians members and white residents of Franklin will be honored in the Spark! Places of Innovation traveling museum.
A Different Myth and programs at Asheville Community Theatre and the YMI Cultural Center seek to help solve arts equity issues.
The Asheville native was instrumental in having the cemetery and St. John “A” Baptist Church added to the National Register of Historic Places.