The Philadelphia-based rock/punk quartet plays The Odditorium on Jan. 18.
The UNCA chapter of the International Socialist Organization hosts a screening of “Sorry to Bother You,” December’s Asheville Filmmaker Mixer is rescheduled and more.
**UPDATED JAN. 9** Asheville Brewing releases 2019 Love Ninja, Highland taps a trio of new small-batch beers and more local beer news.
Alison Chesley brings her experimental solo cello project to The Mothlight on Jan. 15.
The mandolin master and his band play Isis on Jan. 13.
BMCM+AC concludes its Jacob Lawrence exhibition with a trio of short documentaries, the Weaverville library screens an Australian western and more.
For every “Masterminds,” there’s a story of various factors that have derailed a major project from setting up shop in Western North Carolina.
The global giant sets up shop in Beer City, two new breweries join the scene and Scotty talks life post-Highland.
**UPDATED JAN. 3** Area breweries ease into 2019 with new releases and the return of a few favorites.
The annual kickoff to Mardi Gras season takes place Jan. 5 at Club 11 On Grove.
The local funk/soul/hip-hop band plays Highland Brewing Co. on Jan. 5.
From unexpected expansions to hemp beers, the local brewing industry overlapped in a handful of standout areas over the past year.
Wicked Weed turns six, Burial has its biannual release of Skillet and more local beer news.
The holiday program of music, dance, poetry and stories from Scotland, Ireland, Brittany and Iceland returns to Asheville Community Theatre on Dec. 29.
Asheville-based roots rockers Paul Edelman and Dave Baker play Isis Music Hall on Dec. 29.
“Roma” wins SEFCA’s Best Film of 2018 award, Asheville comedian Hilliary Begley stars in Netflix’s “Dumplin’” and more.
Asheville-area brewery representatives name their favorite local and nonlocal beers from 2018, as well as standout industry accomplishments.
The Skinny Beats Sound Shop owner discusses his approach to sonic therapy.
Asheville notables and special guest Marcus King pay tribute to Sly & The Family Stone on Dec. 22 at Asheville Music Hall.
The former Asheville-based roots rockers reunite for a Dec. 22 show at The Grey Eagle.
**UPDATED DEC. 21** Area breweries answer Sierra Nevada’s call to brew a Resilience IPA and raise funds for people impacted by the California Camp Fire and more local beer news.