Room to rock: Local bands search for places to practice

Room to rock: Local bands search for places to practice

Volume
24
/ Issue
8

Cover Design Credit:

Norn Cutson

Cover Photography Credit:

Cindy Kunst
Local bands have long been frustrated by a lack of affordable practice spaces. As Asheville’s music scene grows, some entrepreneurs are working to address that need.

arts

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movies

  • Screen scene: Local film news

    -by Edwin Arnaudin
    A Great American Tapestry has its first screening in over two months, The Joseph Initiative's film students share their documentary feature and more.

news

  • Tuesday History: The Asheville Club moves to Haywood Street, 1901

    -by Thomas Calder
    On Wednesday, Oct. 23, 1901, The Asheville Citizen offered readers a detailed description of the Asheville Club's new headquarters built on the corner of Haywood and Government [now College] streets.
  • Raising questions: Past pay increases present puzzles

    -by Dan Hesse
    As questions swirl around an ongoing FBI probe into former Buncombe County Manager Wanda Greene, some top officials are scrutinizing the results of a directive they say was meant to…
  • City passes two hotel projects under new policy

    -by Carolyn Morrisroe
    In the seven months since the city of Asheville altered its regulations to give City Council more oversight over large building and hotel projects, Council has approved two proposed hotels.…
  • Beacon site in Swannanoa subject of public comment period

    -by Virginia Daffron
    The contaminated former site of the Beacon Manufacturing Co. in Swannanoa has stood vacant since a massive fire destroyed the plant in 2003. The property's owners are asking state regulators…
  • A mystery in-deed: Who owns Pack Square?

    -by Max Hunt
    Pack Square lies at the center of Asheville's sense of itself as a city, but recent attention to the area — and the monuments to Confederate figures located there —…
  • Green building organization announces new name

    -by Virginia Daffron
    The Green Built Alliance — the organization previously known as the Western North Carolina Green Building Council — will roll out a new name and logo at its annual member…
  • Conscious Party: Bikes For Life

    -by Edwin Arnaudin
    The Bikes For Life bike collection takes place 10-1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, in the parking lot at The Free Clinics.

opinion