Malaprop’s brings the bestselling writer to UNC Asheville for a Feb. 16 author event.
Pack Library celebrates the Chinese New Year with Stephen Chow’s “The Mermaid,” Mars Hill University kicks off its Reel Appalachia film series with a Ralph Stanley documentary and more.
The benefit performances take place Feb. 23 at The DFR Room in Brevard and Feb. 24 at The Orange Peel in Asheville.
Eating according to one’s ayurvedic dosha and blood type are among the approaches through which people achieve individualized health.
Thirsty Monk, Oskar Blues and other businesses combine beer with an assortment of foods for a memorable night out.
The annual celebration moves through a new South Slope route on Feb. 11.
**UPDATED FEB. 8** Sweeten Creek offers a new beer as its first crowler release, Burial celebrates Mardi Gras and the launch of its Ambient Terrain series and more local beer news.
The Smoky Mountain News reporter reads from her debut novel Feb. 9 at City Lights Bookstore.
The soft deadline for local kids to submit a minute and a half film adaptation of a John Newbery Medal-winner or Honor book is Feb. 14. The festival itself takes place April 14.
Touring as a trio, the electronic/rock ensemble plays Sly Grog Lounge on Feb. 9.
The Cuban-born singer and percussionist brings his Latin jazz ensemble to UNC Asheville on Feb. 8.
Proceeds from the barista latte art competition on Feb. 8 at Vortex Doughnuts benefit the Tranzmission Prison Project.
The Nepali-American author reads from her new memoir Feb. 7 at Malaprop’s.
The local jazz quartet plays Isis Music Hall on Feb. 4.
The group exhibition on climate change opens Feb. 3 at Pink Dog Gallery.
The Toronto-based electronic music trio perform at The Orange Peel on Feb. 1.
Revolve host the Frame + Form Screen Dance Festival, the Fine Arts Theatre screens a documentary on Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo and more.
The Rotary Club of Asheville-Metro’s fundraiser for Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust and ABCCM’s Veterans Restoration Quarters takes place Feb. 3 at the YMI Cultural Center.
The oral history project about Southern Presbyterian ministers’ activism during the Civil Rights era premieres Jan. 28 at White Horse Black Mountain.
The Asheville-based alternative-pop artist lands at The Grey Eagle on Jan. 28.
Ginger’s Revenge releases its first bottle, Thirsty Monk and Sanctuary celebrate anniversaries and more local beer news.