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arts

  • Our five-day coverage of Moogfest begins here

    -by Alli Marshall
    Moogfest runs Wednesday-Sunday, April 23-27, and more than 20 locations throughout downtown Asheville. Xpress will be covering all aspects of the festival, from art and installations to economic talks and…
  • Kovacs & the Polar Bear plays a free farewell/reunion show

    -by Alli Marshall
    All of the band's members, past and present, take part in a show at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, April 26.
  • Moogfest Q&A: The Jellyrox

    -by Alli Marshall
    The band's most recent release, Embellish, promises "warm, dreamy, danceable, electronic pop joy." The Jellyrox is the solo project of Matt Langston from indie-pop outfit Eleventyseven; he performs as part…
  • Asheville’s first mobile boutique is ready to roll

    -by Jake Frankel
    Will mobile boutiques be the next big local shopping trend? Celeste Adams, owner of Asheville's first fashion accessories shop on wheels, hopes so. The grand opening of her Betties Mobile…
  • Moogfest Tech Panel Preview: 5 Questions with Claire L. Evans

    -by Carrie Eidson
    Claire L. Evans is the lead singer of electro-pop group Yacht and the editor-in-chief of OMNI Reboot, the online version of OMNI science magazine. Evans will appear at the Science…
  • Ben Sollee and Jonathan Scales perform “Dolly Dawn”

    -by Alli Marshall
    Local steel pan player Jonathan Scales recently teamed up with singer-songwriter/cellist Ben Sollee on a cover of Harry Belafonte’s “Dolly Down.” Taylor Hellhake and Emily Newton filmed the performance at…
  • Moogfest Q+A: Moderat

    -by Alli Marshall
    "The whole line up is just great," says Sebastian Szary of Berlin-based Moderat. "It sounds like a poem, a lot of friends, it will be a big hang-around in the…
  • John McCutcheon in concert at Madison County Arts Center, May 4

    -by Alli Marshall
    From a press release: John McCutcheon in concert at Madison County Arts Center, May 4 John McCutcheon is no stranger to Madison County.  Back in the 1970’s, as he began…
  • Moogfest Q+A: Eric Volta

    -by Alli Marshall
    "My intention, when I create, is honest, says Eric Volta. "It’s my bond with my instruments and more importantly, it's a projection of my soul in some ways." He performs…

news

food

  • Revealing the Source: Documentary explores GMOs in food

    -by Aiyanna Sezak-Blatt
    “The opening of this film is important because it's telling a David and Goliath story,” says Carol Koury about the screening of the documentary GMO OMG, presented by the Organic…
  • Best Of WNC: The voting has begun

    -by Hayley Benton
    Walking down Haywood Road (or Biltmore) (or Lexington), you stop by your usual hangout. Nearly everyone there greets you by name, and the tourists in the corner booth ask about…
  • MANNA announces release of 2014 Map the Meal Gap study

    -by Carrie Eidson
    Feeding America, a nonprofit, national network of food banks that is the nation's largest domestic hunger-relief organization, released their 2014 Map the Meal Gap study, which maps food insecurity in…
  • Crossing the distance: Mobile markets fight hunger in the deserts

    -by Carrie Eidson
    The USDA has identified several areas in WNC, and Asheville, as places without access to healthy, affordable food. But three different mobile food markets are aiming to launch this year…
  • Asheville Wine & Food Festival announces 2014 details

    -by Jake Frankel
    A vibrant restaurant, brewery, wine, spirits, and boundless downtown scene have placed Asheville in the national spotlight time and again. Underground supper clubs, James Beard-nominated chefs, nationally recognized distilleries, and…

living

  • Best Of WNC: The voting has begun

    -by Hayley Benton
    Walking down Haywood Road (or Biltmore) (or Lexington), you stop by your usual hangout. Nearly everyone there greets you by name, and the tourists in the corner booth ask about…
  • MANNA announces release of 2014 Map the Meal Gap study

    -by Carrie Eidson
    Feeding America, a nonprofit, national network of food banks that is the nation's largest domestic hunger-relief organization, released their 2014 Map the Meal Gap study, which maps food insecurity in…
  • Crossing the distance: Mobile markets fight hunger in the deserts

    -by Carrie Eidson
    The USDA has identified several areas in WNC, and Asheville, as places without access to healthy, affordable food. But three different mobile food markets are aiming to launch this year…
  • Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture profiles: Amy Galloway

    -by Blue Ridge Women In Agriculture
    Blue Ridge Woman in Agriculture profiles women who work in agriculture throughout Western North Carolina, including farmers, homesteaders, and activists. BRWIA seeks to spotlight women who exemplify the multitude of…

uncategorized

  • Best Of WNC: The voting has begun

    -by Hayley Benton
    Walking down Haywood Road (or Biltmore) (or Lexington), you stop by your usual hangout. Nearly everyone there greets you by name, and the tourists in the corner booth ask about…

movies