- The musician returns to Asheville on Sunday, Dec. 1, for a show at The Grey Eagle with support from local singer-songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling.The annual celebration of storytelling takes place Nov. 24 at the Folk Art Center.The L.A. rockers play The Grey Eagle on Nov. 23.The 18th annual contest returns to Isis on Nov. 23.The Pennsylvania power trio swings by French Broad River Brewery on Nov. 22.Composer William Britelle spent three years visiting Michael Yannette and his students in Cherokee, collecting notes and impressions, exploring the community and its stories.The monthly celebration of Marshall's art scene takes place Nov. 21.
- The accompanying recipe for baked butternut squash with sage and sausage uses leftovers to create an easy and satisfying option for the upcoming holiday season.What people know and prefer when it comes to turkey’s signature side dish depends largely on what side of the Mason-Dixon line they grew up on.Not in the mood to cook this Thanksgiving? Not to worry! There are plenty of Thanksgiving options in and around Asheville. Also: Double D’s celebrates 20 years; Southern Storytellers Supper…
- Queen and Doc recently relocated from an Amish community in Ohio to serve as the horsepower behind the college's sustainable agriculture program.
- The filmmakers of a documentary about the late Asheville artist John Payne will host a fundraiser to finish their work on Nov. 30 at Wedge Brewing Co.’s Foundation location.
- ASHEVILLE, N.C.ASHEVILLE, N.C.Even as the 10-year anniversary of President Barack Obama’s March 23, 2010, signing of the Affordable Care Act approaches, many consumers still struggle to understand what the law can do…After more than 10 years of providing job training and placement services to Asheville residents who face barriers to employment, Green Opportunities now finds itself confronting an uncertain future. A…After former Buncombe County Commissioner Holly Jones finished her questions about an allegedly improper $20,000 allocation of county money to build an animal barn at Charles D. Owen High School,…“Buncombe blood flowed freely, and many of our gallant boys are among the slain,” the Asheville News reported on July 17, 1862. At the time, both Union and Confederate troops…Asheville City Council announced that it would consider on a resolution to declare a climate emergency during its upcoming meeting. But representatives from the Sunrise Movement feel that the vote…
- "Once in the Senate, I will push to change this so that the city and county can control this tax. We need more funding for infrastructure and services!""Thank you to letter writer Betty Sharpless for making this vet aware of the plight of women vets in our state and area and of the Aura Home Women Vets…"My story hardly registers on the health care scale of misery. Others have experienced far worse, losing their life savings for not being 'in network.'"