In an article in Oxford University Press’ “Academic Insights for the Thinking World,” UNCA Professor of political science Mark Gibney explores the discrepancy between international law and international opinion and consensus, noting that, “Notwithstanding the immediate international condemnation of the Putin regime following the MH17 tragedy, international law seems … totally removed from international opinion […]
Asheville photographer takes lots of pictures — of lots of local places and events. One of his collection of images documents the area now razed and rebuilt upon by New Belgium. The extensive collection, posted on his site, were taken in mid-2012. Simchock writes, “as the land in this part of West Asheville is being […]
Watch out for a “combination of falling snow, strong gusty winds and widespread black ice will make travel dangerous Monday [Feb. 2] through mid morning Tuesday [Feb. 3],” the NWS warns.
Catch an unusual performance this weekend of roots mountain ballads and tunes along with stories and an historic style of story-telling using a scrolling-storyboard made of fabric and paper, when Anna & Elizabeth perform Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. at The Landing at 68D Kentucky Drive. Here’s what Anna and Elizabeth say about their work: […]