- This year's parade theme is Wild, Wild Asheville. "It can refer to the wild spirit Ashevilleans embrace, the wild nature that surrounds our mountain town, or the wild ingredients found…The Austin, Tex.-based singer-songwriter plays the Isis Music Hall lounge on March 6.“It feels like a home game," Kondabolu says of performing in Asheville. "I have a bunch of folks who I don’t have to explain as much to and who are…The Austin, Tex.-based singer-songwriter will perform new material and discuss his artistic process with Wiley Cash at UNC Asheville on March 5.Though Kramer looks forward to performing the album in its entirety, she’s also quick to point out that it is an intensely personal collection inspired in part by one of…On Friday, March 1, Youth Arts Empowerment will share their collective works at the Pink Dog Creative Gallery. The show, titled On the Cusp, runs through Sunday, March 31.The instrumental guitarist shares songs from his new album at The Mothlight on March 3.The quarterly presentations of 20 images projected for 20 seconds takes place March 1 at The Grove House.At right around 30 minutes, Dusk certainly isn’t an epic-length recording. But the eight songs on Lavender Blue’s debut album provide a good overview of the varied yet cohesive musical…
- Local businesses are offering a huge variety of CBD-infused and hemp-based food and drink products. But a recent move by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services may make…Twisted Laurel announces a series of new menu items and events. Also: Tex-Mex menu comes to Buxton Hall; New brunch menu at Butcher Bar West; Hopey & Company to close…The third yearly celebration of the state's female brewing industry workers makes its Asheville debut March 2 at Highland Brewing Co.
- The Organic Growers School Spring Conference brings its roster of workshops, seed exchange, children's programming and more to a new venue.
- The CatVideoFest slinks to Grail Moviehouse, Asheville native Selena Lauterer shares her series of short films about Boone and more.
- In 1939, Buncombe County residents participated in a special election concerning the legalization of liquor sales. Debate leading up to the vote was fiery and contentious.Author Lynne Forrest will present a three-hour workshop Sunday, March 10, at Jubilee! Community in downtown Asheville. The goal, she explains, will be to help participants “get in touch with…The local hospitality industry got together for a look back at 2018 and forecast of industry conditions for 2019 on Feb. 22. Buncombe County announced it has named Diana Sierra…Since beginning her new job as Asheville’s city manager in December, Debra Campbell — the first woman and person of color to permanently occupy the position — has inspired appreciation,…As of late January, Equity and Inclusion Manager Kimberlee Archie’s office is fully staffed. Its four employees are together charged with advancing equity, which the city defines as “just and…Commissioners voted 4-3 to approve a plan that dedicates $3.13 million in Article 46 tax revenues in fiscal year 2020 for capital expenses at the college. The money would keep…
- "[I]t is pretty clear that engaging in the practice of wearing shoes likely limits the spread of certain diseases and fungal infections to others.""When pollution gets in our rivers, it can have a bigger impact than you may think.""Rather than being frustrated at seemingly low public buy-in, how can we accommodate the disparity between those who are immediately able to participate in politics and those who are not?"