all together now cover 04.01.15

All together now {RE}HAPPENING returns to Lake Eden

Volume
21
/ Issue
36

Cover Design Credit:

Anna Whitley

Cover Photography Credit:

Michael Oppenheim
The annual {Re}HAPPENNING, held at Lake Eden in Black Mountain, aims to recreate a typical Saturday evening at experimental school Black Mountain College while supporting experimental art.

arts

food

  • One meal at a time: Dinner at the Kitchen Ready table

    -by Jonathan Ammons
    During the past few weeks, these cooks have gotten used to serving three-course meals to whoever shows up. But there are no point-of-sale systems, uniformed waitresses or fancy, laminated menus…
  • Small Bites: Barrel tasting at Addison Farms

    -by Gina Smith
    As a relatively new winery, Addison Farms Vineyard is still experiencing many firsts, and on Saturday, April 11, owners Jeff and Dianne Frisbee will embark on another new venture —…
  • Beer Scout: Spring on the South Slope

    -by Thom O'Hearn
    Spring is a time for new beginnings, so it’s fitting that Catawba Brewing Co. is kicking off the season by embarking on the next stage of the company’s future in…
  • Any way you slice it

    -by Dorothy Foltz-Gray
    “People are crazy for chips because they’re everything that our prehistoric brains say we love: fat, salt and crunch,” says Ashevillean Chris Bryant, and Asheville's gourmet potato chip scene seems…

living

  • Conscious Party: Sponsoring the sound

    -by Michael McDonald
    Since 1996, the Asheville Music School has been strengthening Western North Carolina communities through affordable music education and outreach, teaching musicians of all ages and abilities. To help reach those…
  • Retreats offer chance to go deep and recharge

    -by Emily Nichols
    We know how to pack our days full of activities, but how many of us really know how to stop, take time off and experience true rest? Instead, we tend…

movies

  • Screen scene: Local film news

    -by Edwin Arnaudin
    Film news from the Asheville Area Arts Council, the Asheville Art Museum and Gorilla with a Mustache Films, and the premiere of Buskin' Blues.

news

opinion