The Virginia author will discuss her latest novel at Malaprop’s on Thursday, Sept. 14, and discuss the life and legacy of Zebulon B. Vance at UNCA on Friday, Sept. 15.
A Great American Tapestry has its first screening in over two months, The Joseph Initiative’s film students share their documentary feature and more.
The Bikes For Life bike collection takes place 10-1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, in the parking lot at The Free Clinics.
Press release from Grail Moviehouse: On Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017 join the Grail Moviehouse and 150+ cinemas nationwide for Art House Theater Day. Art House Theater Day celebrates the legacy of independent theaters as advocates for cinema arts. In an age where media has become more digital than tangible, more solitary than social, art house theaters remain the […]
Post from Basic Brewery’s Facebook page: After careful thought and consideration we have decided to close our brewery. Sun, Sept 3rd was our last day open. As many of you know Rich has continued to work full-time in Greenville, SC in addition to co-owning our brewery in Hendersonville, NC. That daily commute and those job […]
The Hendersonville native will discuss her debut novel in conversation with Jeremy Jones at Malaprop’s on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
The Ghana-born, Denver-based drummer plays a free show at the Altamont on Sept. 11.
If you’re in downtown Asheville on Saturday, Sept. 9, and see people dashing down the sidewalks in blue outfits and other formal attire, don’t be alarmed. These costumed folks are out reveling in the name of the Asheville Area Arts Council’s Indigo Color Ball, a sight unseen for two years — and in many ways, even longer.
The opening reception for Asheville Printmakers’ exhibit is Sept. 9 at Asheville BookWorks Gallery.
Tom Godleski’s music-filled comedy returns to the Folk Art Center for four shows, Sept. 8 through 10.
The Fairview Library teams with Audubon North Carolina to screen a locally-themed nature documentary, Asheville School of Film students premiere their short films, and more.
Proceeds from The Collider’s catered reception and screening of Dr. Jennifer Galvin’s documentary on Saturday, Sept. 9 benefit the Thomas R. Karl Internship Program.
Press release from Catawba Brewing Co.: Catawba Brewing’s CLT IPA, recently given a packaging upgrade with its sleek new full-color can, now has a lofty title to go along with it. The World Beer Awards announced their “World’s Best” style winners for 2017 earlier this month. Catawba’s hoppy homage to their Charlotte roots made a […]
Asheville Music School kicks off a week of free demos and lessons with a concert featuring its student ensembles at Barley’s on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
The former public radio producer will discuss his debut novel in conversation with Charles Frazier at Malaprop’s on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
The rebranded festival takes place on Lexington Avenue on Sunday, Sept. 3.
Over consecutive nights downtown, the Portland rockers delivered plenty of musical thrills — albeit the same ones.
Mobley, Professor Toon, Vietnam Jerry and Raj Mahal play Asheville Music Hall on Friday, Sept. 1.
Habitat Brewing hosts an MST3K-like screening, Pack Library celebrated Banned Book Month with a screening of the first Harry Potter film and more.
Grovewood Gallery hosts an exhibition of artwork by Arts For Life pediatric patients Sept. 2-17.
Press release from Montreat College: Montreat College was recently named one of America’s “Best Colleges for Your Money 2017” by Money magazine. Only 23 of North Carolina’s 48 colleges and universities made Money’s list, and Montreat College was ranked 8th among those schools, which included several impressive public universities. And just 44 schools from the 117 […]