- The DJ talks new projects and the city's music scene.Cayla Clark leads the way for this month’s “Best Medicine.” Thanksgiving leftovers, winter temperatures and dating are among the items discussed.The filmmaker talks new projects and the city's moviemaking scene.If you’re a fan of local theater, Western North Carolina offers plenty of options.The choreographer talks new projects and the city's dance scene.An Asheville arts collective launches a virtual gallery. Plus, a rock-and-roll exhibition returns for round two; UNCA's art sale; and more.
- Asheville Food and Beverage United becomes an official labor union; Mast General Store hosts chef Jason Smith for book signing; The Whale achieves global recognition; and more!
- When Hendersonville officials began developing the city’s new comprehensive plan, they set their sights far into the future. “We toyed around with the idea of a 100-year plan and trying…The singer-songwriter talks new projects and the city's music scene.The co-responder unit from the Buncombe County Sheriff's Office and Emergency Medical Services will focus on mental health calls, welfare checks and involuntary commitments.After existing provider WastePro proposed rate hikes as part of its contract renewal, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Nov. 21 to seek alternative providers on the open…The Asheville City Board of Education voted 6-1 at its Nov. 20 meeting to commission an enrollment and capacity study from California-based Cooperative Strategies without seeking competing bids, and started…
- "If you are weary of the high taxes, roads filled with potholes, cracked or absent sidewalks, having a skeleton police force and subpar schools, I hope you will be inspired…"So where is the outrage and press coverage when the North Carolina legislature implements a plan to dilute the votes and essentially silence the voices of nearly half its population?""Put your money where it’s needed: Give it to local organizations that do not have your resources that are already helping the desperate to get on their feet and off…"The bike lanes are not only 'not used' but take up too much width. A narrower scale might’ve made more sense to accommodate everyone.""Remembering the joy of seeing autumn’s falling leaves helped me feel better about the season ending.""But what angers me about it is the Episcopal Appeasement, spelled out in bold that lets North Asheville make millions off intimidation, along with Biltmore Forest and Montreat, while 'East…"I wonder, though, how 'nice' we are if we allow people in crisis to live on the street and refuse to give them shelter."It's time for local kids and teens to share their writing and art for Xpress' 2024 Kids Issues.