Asheville's 74 Million Question

Asheville’s $74 million question

Volume
23
/ Issue
13

Cover Design Credit:

Scott Southwick

Cover Photography Credit:

Scott Southwick
In this election, city voters will decide a $74 million question: whether to approve bonds to finance transportation, affordable housing, and parks and recreation projects. Asheville leaders and organizations weigh in on the choices.

arts

food

living

  • Childhood poverty has lifelong ramifications

    -by Leslie Boyd
    At the Pisgah Legal annual poverty forum, founder of the Children's Defense Fund Marian Wright Edelman noted that the U.S. ranks next to last of industrialized nations in child poverty…
  • Resonate Asheville offers sound healing for consciousness-based wellness

    -by Emily Ferron
    Resonate Asheville celebrated the healing power of sound — with drumming, world soul, toning, and a variety of other sound-based modalities — at its third annual festival, held at the…
  • Conscious party: Barbells for Boobs

    -by Kat McReynolds
    For its fourth annual Barbells for Boobs fundraiser, Urban Athletic Training Center is inviting the public to work out, purchase baked goods and t-shirts, and hop into a mobile hydrostatic…

movies

  • Screen scene: Local film news

    -by Edwin Arnaudin
    The Grail screens a pro-ERA documentary, the Fine Arts hosts benefit screening for the All Souls Cathedral arts commission and Mechanical Eye presents a doc about Spain’s housing crisis.

news

opinion