- The community building between Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians members and white residents of Franklin will be honored in the Spark! Places of Innovation traveling museum.A Different Myth and programs at Asheville Community Theatre and the YMI Cultural Center seek to help solve arts equity issues.Plummer shares her thoughts on the Young Men's Institute Cultural Center, which celebrated its 129th birthday Feb. 12.Asheville's historic Burton Street community will be the focus of Community Work Day. Plus, a Swannanoa Valley Museum & History Center class teaches storytelling, a local author writes about zero-waste…
- Soul Food Supper returns to help celebrate Black History Month. Also: Hi-Wire Brewing celebrate Mardi Gras with a special beer release; Murasaki Asheville opens in Arden; and more!
- Although abortion is technically legal in the U.S., access varies widely. State laws dictate which specific procedures are allowed, which health care providers can perform them and even who can…
- In the summer of 1933, the Negro Welfare Council was established and quickly made a positive impact in Asheville's Black neighborhoods.For a few years in the 1940s, Asheville was home to one of the top Black professional baseball teams in the South. Here's the story of the Asheville Blues.Commissioner Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, who chairs the county board’s Early Childhood and Development Committee, outlined a plan for $7.5 million in additional spending on pre-K expansion over the next two years.…Five Democratic candidates aiming to represent Buncombe County as part of North Carolina's 14th Congressional District participated in the forum held at the Ferguson Auditorium at A-B Tech.
- "If no accommodations are provided now as part of this project, there may never be a chance for this neighborhood and community to have the trees they deserve."