The Catching Dreams fashion show transformed the Masonic Temple.
Covered in fake blood and smiles, Ashevillians set out on the French Broad River to break a record.
The Hatchett Creative Group will host CATCHING DREAMS, a bohemian styled fashion show, on Aug. 29 at the Masonic Temple.
Asheville Fashion Week concludes with an array of fashion for each season of the year.
The third day of Asheville Fashion Week continues with Fashion in Film & Emerging Designer Runway Shows.
Asheville Fashion Week, August 5 – 8, showcases summer looks by local designers.
The Color Run 5K painted downtown Asheville with runners covered in colored powder.
Want to learn or new instrument of take your playing to the next level? There are plenty of classes and instructor in the area, teaching everything from fiddle and guitar to bassoon and bagpipes.
Wine Spectator Magazine has recently released the 2015 Award of Excellence winners which includes local restaurants such as Vue 1913, Posana, Sunset Terrace and more. From Lori Lefevre Communications Press Release Wine Spectator is out with their 2015 Award of Excellence, and the following Asheville restaurants made the list: Vue 1913, Posana, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, […]
Rockin’ Through the Decades hosted by the Flat Rock Playhouse Apprentice Company and the Studio 52 education program is to take place on Monday, August 10 and 11 at 7 p.m. at the Flat Rock Playhouse main stage located at 2661 Greenville Highway. Apprentices will perform music from the 50s through today. Tickets are $5 […]
The Western North Carolina AIDS Project will host the annual Raise Your Hand Benefit Auction & Gala at 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 26th at the Asheville Event Centre. The event will help raise funds for the Western North Carolina AIDS Project to continue work in WNC. Dinner options include a choice between No Evil […]
Several Western North Carolina businesses are to be featured on News 13’s Roadtrippin’ segment during the week of July 20 as part of partnering between the news station and Our Carolina Foothills. A few business that will be recognized include Stone Soup Restaurant, Saluda’s Orchard Inn and Tryon’s Fine Arts Center. The Roadtrippin’ segment, starting […]
Mountain Brew Fest, hosted by MountainTrue, will take place on Sunday, August 22 from 3 p.m until 7 p.m. beside the Southern Appalachian Brewery in Hendersonville. The festival will showcase around 20 craft beers, live music and local food trucks. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at www.mountainbrewfest.com. From MountainTrue Press Release MountainTrue is […]
Just Economics, a nonprofit working toward a just and sustainable local economy, had joined the celebration for Wage Week. The celebration is geared to increase awareness for the need of a higher minimum wage, celebrate minimum wage advancements, unions, citizens and community leaders. Wage Week events take place on Monday, July 20 through Friday, July […]
Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH), a nonprofit focused on increasing daily fruit and vegetable intake, awarded the Lenoir-Rhyne University Dietetic Internship program and Ingles Markets with a grant. Fundings from the grant are to go toward enhancing the collaboration between university nutrition programs and supermarkets. From Lenoir-Rhyne University Press Release A grant has been […]
Pet Poo Skiddoo, a new small business in Asheville run by Stephanie Chow, offers services in pet poo cleanup. Whether it’s in your yard or in a litter box, Pet Poo Skiddoo will handle the job. The company also offers dog walking services in a pay-per-walk or package deal. From Pet Poo Skiddoo Press Release […]
Ticket sales for the second annual Winter Lights event, held at the North Carolina Arboretum from November 20 – January 2, are available for purchase through www.ncwinterlights.com. Tickets are $18 for adults and $16 for children ages 5 to 11. Children under age four can attend for free. The light show will extend through three […]
Roots + Wings Creative Campus will reopen on July 19 at 573 Fairview Road in Oakley with a free arts event from 2 p.m. through 5 p.m. featuring a communal art project. From Roots + Wings School of the Arts Press Release We are moving from our shared space at the Cathedral of All Souls […]
Solar panel advocacy group, NC WARN, stands behind the bill that will allow third-party energy companies to compete against larger companies such as Duke Energy. From The Charlotte Observer By Bruce Henderson When Duke Energy connected the solar panels on the roof of a Greensboro church to its grid last week, solar advocates gained a […]
Loretta’s Café, 114 N. Lexington Ave., will host Big Hug Super Saturday on Saturday, August 8. A donation of 10% of Loretta’s sales will go toward Aurora Studio & Gallery, a nonprofit arts studio focused on artists affected by homelessness, addiction and mental health needs. Big Hug Super Saturday will last from 11 a.m. until […]
United States Senator Thom Tillis visited the Asheville Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) today, July 2, to meet with leaders and patients from the facility. The visit showcased a number of problems including unsuitable wait times at the clinic. Tillis’ visit the the Asheville VAMC is part of a larger effort to improve the function […]