New restaurants and other dining options are making Hendersonville a new vegan hot spot.
Creative local chefs are going vegan this month with plant-based takes on everything from kung pao chicken to a kheema sandwich.
Local restaurants, breweries and organizations have developed creative ways to celebrate the holiday without the meat.
Vegan cheese is becoming more widely available as an option at WNC pizza joints.
A monthlong initiative of Asheville Vegan Outreach and No Evil Foods highlights the meat-free cuisine of more than a dozen local restaurants.
Chef Ken Delia of Plant restaurant says he’s filling a local need with his new vegan breakfast/brunch series, Goldie’s Pop-Up,
As a vegan organization, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is unique in its field.
Now in its 13th year, the Asheville Humane Society’s Dine To Be Kind fundraiser offers a daylong opportunity on Tuesday, March 8, to dine out in support of animals in need.
Sanctuary Brewing Co. expands on the theme of the classic Super Bowl party this weekend by bringing in a crew of adoptable pets for its own Western North Carolina version of Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl.
Asheville may be way ahead of the curve when it comes to plant-based living, but with fast-food restaurants on every other corner, there is still plenty of room for growth in that area in Western North Carolina. That’s where Plant Based WNC comes into play. The new group (or “pod”) is part of a larger effort to promote […]
A plant-based community potluck party on Christmas Day aims to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere for those in need of holiday cheer.
PETA youth program peta2 recently gave UNC Asheville top marks and a spot on the Dean’s List on its 2015 Vegan Report Card.
Downtown’s new vegan, social justice bar has planned a soft opening this week with open house events and a vegan soul food Thanksgiving soireé.
Sanctuary Brewing Co. and Full Circle Farm turn the tables on the conventional Thanksgiving dinner by offering an opportunity to meet — not eat — a turkey at this week’s ThanksLiving event.
In The Vegan Studies Project, local author Laura Wright examines collective opinions on veganism in the post-9/11 world.
Andrews got her start as part of alt-country band the everybodyfields. She formed that group with fellow singer-songwriter Sam Quinn; they met as teens while working at summer camp. Andrews’ unique pop-folk sensibility and warm, soulful sound — apparent early on — have helped her steadily grow as a solo artist since striking out on her own in 2009. She’ll debut her newest album, The War Inside, at The Grey Eagle Friday, Sept. 25.
Charitable organizations, food pantries and community gardens are working hard to combat hunger in WNC. And at the heart of those efforts, are hundreds of committed volunteers.
Laugh Your Asheville Off isn’t your average comedy fest, says Head of Development Charlie Gerencer. With more than 50 new comics and no repeat performances, each of the four nights of the festival stands on its own, and offers an eclectic assortment of comedy styles.