Your weekend-long dance party

/ Issue

Cover Design Credit:

John Zara, Interior design by Nathanael Roney





  • McCrory leads Dalton

    -by Molton
  • Too sexy

    -by Brent Brown
  • Weekly Asheville Disclaimer Page: 10/24/12

    -by Webmaster
    • Bear Safety Tips (Part 12 in a 25-part series)
  • Kudos to Mountain Xpress

    -by Webmaster
    How sad it is when a respected publication is forced to defend its decision to allow space to an advertiser with an opposing viewpoint. How pathetic that Virginia Bower felt…
  • Xpress celebrates our town

    -by Webmaster
    Deciphering Carl Mumpower’s comments in his Oct. 10 letter, “Xpress is the Marketing Arm for the Seven Deadlies,” elicits many questions pertaining to his fragmented opinions. Spared of generalized psychology-isms,…
  • I guess he just can’t help it

    -by Webmaster
    It’s getting harder to read a paper around here without being nagged by Carl Mumpower. Clearly a man with too much time on his hands after being turned out of…
  • Thanks for the rush, A.R.T.

    -by Webmaster
    Thank you so much, Asheville Ruins Transit, for moving the Merrimon Avenue stop near my house to the other side of Hillside Street. Less than two weeks, and I've already…
  • Bike lanes make roads safer for everybody

    -by Webmaster
    As I am one of the many bicycle commuters in Asheville, I was elated when I noticed them repaving the section of Meadow Road between Amboy and Victoria roads. Surely…
  • Everything flows down stream

    -by Webmaster
    Hopefully by now you’ve heard about the coal-ash impoundment dams that are a part of the Skyland Power Plant Facility. These toxic lagoons (“ponds” is far too polite) pose a…
  • Politics and religion marry — right here in Asheville!

    -by Webmaster
    Recently, following one-on-one meetings with Mitt Romney, the Billy Graham Evangelical Association removed Mormonism from its list of cult definitions. Money aside, now I'm baffled as to why the other…
  • It’s time we figured it out

    -by Webmaster
    This year voting, particularly in local elections, is more important than ever. Under the current North Carolina General Assembly we have seen an unprecedented assault on the progressive values that…
  • Patsy stands with the people

    -by Webmaster
    In the newly reconfigured 10th Congressional District, Democrat Patsy Keever is running against “incumbent” Patrick McHenry. As a woman, a person of great personal integrity and a public servant who…
  • Thank you, Drew for your visionary leadership

    -by Webmaster
    I am writing in support of Drew Reisinger for the register of deeds. In two short years, Drew has used the power of the office to ensure equality and inclusion…