The group show of Asheville-area ceramic artists opens June 8 at the Flood Gallery.
The Shiloh neighborhood’s Friendship Community Center plays host to a night of funk bands on June 8.
The Japanese-American MC and Durham native has found his niche in Los Angeles.
American Myth Center’s take on the Shakespeare classic returns with a monthlong tour of local libraries.
Eric Roberts will be at the Fine Arts Theatre on June 13 for the premiere of his new locally-filmed thriller.
Crys Matthews and Heather Mae play Isis on June 2.
The Carolina Resource Center for Eating Disorders’ inaugural fundraiser takes place May 31 at Ambrose West.
The third edition of the festival brings a quality lineup of artists to Lake Logan, May 31-June 1.
The local author will from her debut novel on May 30 at Malaprop’s.
On the eve of his retirement, film historian Chip Kaufmann reflects on his 36 years in Asheville.
Gas station taprooms offer distinct advantages over traditional bars.
Thirsty Monk, Hi-Wire and Burial succeed beyond Asheville by offering distinct taproom experiences.
“I was floored when they called my name,” says the award-winning homebrewer. “I felt so humbled and thrilled that a beer I dreamed of and created was a hit.
Young people and animals are generally welcome at local taprooms, though certain exceptions apply.
A rundown of breweries in Buncombe County by neighborhood.
Four of Washington, DC’s top female comics perform May 25 at LaZoom Room.
The annual free, self-guided tour of the Asheville neighborhood’s 40-plus artists’ studios is set for May 25-26.
Attic Salt’s production of Stephen Karam’s dark comedy closes out its run at 35below, May 24-26.
The Secret B-Sides frontman plays a single release party for his new solo track on May 24 at One World Brewing West.