- Jamieson Ridenhour and Hayley Heninger discuss their acclaimed project's latest installment.“The brilliant thing about NaNoWriMo is that it’s not about writing a good book in a month. It’s about just finishing something,” says Asheville-based author Stephanie Perkins.The South Slope gets a new music venue. Plus, AIGA Asheville's second annual design weekend; a paint pouring exhibit; and more.
- The third WNC Food Waste Solutions Summit comes to the Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center; the 7th Annual WNC Fermentation Festival comes to Marshall; Buxton Hall Barbecue announces plans to…
- For many nondrinkers, finding a social life in a region centered around breweries can be difficult. Here are some of the ways people do it.
- Buried deep within North Carolina’s 625-page, $30 billion state budget are provisions that give the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations, an oversight committee led by Republicans, the authority to…The new amenity, which will be located at the intersection of Rankin Avenue and College Street, aims to offer residents, visitors and the unhoused a safe, clean place to go…City of Asheville The public will be able to provide input on one plan review and one zoning map amendment at the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting at 5 p.m.,…The approved projects include upgrades to the Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville and an outdoor covered equestrian arena for the WNC Agricultural Center as well as new turf, lighting and…Ronald Winters, CEO of the independent monitor for HCA Healthcare, faced an unhappy crowd at a community meeting Oct. 19. Current and former physicians, nurses and patients from Mission Hospital…Asheville City Council at its Oct. 24 meeting unanimously approved a zoning change required to upgrade McCormick Field. The modifications to the site's zoning requirements at 30 Buchanan Place include…
- "We can’t fight crime without a strong police force. That should be Council’s No. 1 priority. ""There are numerous fatal flaws in this misguided creation, but the big one is that it is running in direct opposition to the hard-won progress of the 1964 Civil Rights…"We’ve found it extremely hard to find information on the candidates and issues.""The new Council members also have delivered on their promise of increased transparency and transitioning to a professionally managed city government."