Cover Design Credit: Nathanael Roney

Big Bang Theory

Volume
19
/ Issue
50

Cover Design Credit:

Nathanael Roney

news

food

  • Post-Consumer Pantry

    -by Jen Nathan Orris
    A few weeks ago I had a lively discussion about sunscreen on Twitter. My friends are as befuddled as I am — is sunscreen an essential part of summer, or…
  • Chicken and waffles settle in West Asheville

    -by Emily Patrick
    Forever is a long time to think about chicken and waffles, but such has been the plight of John and Julie Stehling. Julie says she feels like the concept for…
  • Wheels on fire: New city regs pave the way for more food trucks

    -by Emily Patrick
    Find out where food trucks are headed next, and check out the newest additions.
  • Deen Out

    -by Emily Patrick
    Tremors from the highly publicized collapse of the Paula Deen empire have spread into Western North Carolina. Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort announced it will re-brand Paula Deen’s Kitchen, the 400-seat…
  • Smorgasbord

    -by Emily Patrick
    Subway leaves downtown The $5 Footlong has retreated to the 'burbs, at least for now. Downtown's Subway, located at 33 Battery Park Ave. near the Grove Arcade, closed last week.…

opinion

  • New Thinkin’

    -by Webmaster
  • Equality

    -by Webmaster
  • Asheville Disclaimer 07/03/13

    -by Webmaster
    Harrah’s Cherokee to rebrand Paula Deen Restaurant
  • Keep your current trajectory

    -by Webmaster
    I just have to drop Xpress and Asheville a line here and "express" my appreciation for the coverage that was given to the workers involved in the April 30 sewage…
  • Living Wage Campaign a success

    -by Webmaster
    Thank you, Asheville City Council, for passing the final phase of the Living Wage Campaign at the June 25 City Council meeting. As safety nets for the working poor are…
  • How sick is that?

    -by Webmaster
    Without gerrymandering, Reps. Tim Moffitt, Chuck McGrady and their pals in Raleigh could not engage in their vindictive war on the institutions of Asheville. Neither of these guys really listen…
  • For your information

    -by Webmaster
    This Independence Day marks 47 years since the landmark Freedom of Information Act was signed into federal law, yet Americans are still distrustful of government. A 2013 Pew Research Center…

arts

  • Big bang theory: Where to spend your Fourth of July

    -by Webmaster
    From fireworks to festivals, from water sports to watermelon, from road races to hot rods, we’ve got a Fourth of July celebration for pretty much every kind of Independence Day…
  • Pod people

    -by Alli Marshall
    Following the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, a girl called Annejoule wakes with a terrible headache to find her home reduced to rubble, her mother and brother dead, and mysterious…
  • Dramatic rendition

    -by Alli Marshall
    Why hold just one fundraiser when you can hold seven? Seven times the funds raised, and seven times the fun. “The idea behind DramaRama is to offer many different events…
  • An uncommon sense of place

    -by Webmaster
    Each of the five collections of stark acoustic picking attributed to Glenn Jones bares a similar cover. The motif is that of a different cute cartoon creature strumming away. On…