The DJ talks new projects and the city’s music scene.
“What I’m doing is preserving this important piece of Western North Carolina regional history,” says Whitney Ponder, who purchased a property previously owned by Bascom Lamar Lunsford. “This man did so much for traditional Appalachian music here and throughout the whole region.”
A local rock band’s musical circus at Asheville Music Hall. Plus, Asheville’s annual holiday parade; a new album from Blue Ridge Music Trails; and more.
The bluegrass stalwarts welcome a new member while the punks put out their first EP.
Filmed in January while the Asheville-based artist was visiting family and friends in Maui, the visuals find her atop Haleakalā National Park, a frequent destination during her three years in Hawaii.
The South Slope gets a new music venue. Plus, AIGA Asheville’s second annual design weekend; a paint pouring exhibit; and more.
Caroline and Whitney Miller shot their latest video in Northeast Georgia with Andromeda Films.
Asheville Sister Cities brings a Day of the Dead celebration to Weaverville. Plus, a moonlit paddle down the French Broad River; the return of Surreal Sirkus; and more.
Seasonal regional tales at the Vance Birthplace State Historic Site’s annual event. Plus, the 14th annual Queer Girls Literary Reading; a new collection of poems from Hendersonville writer; and more.
“I work with toddlers, new parents and schools, so people are often too busy to shower you with compliments,” says Šara Stranovsky, director and owner of Bilingual Birdies Asheville. “Focus on the quality and mission of your work and validation will come.”
DJ Molly Parti, DJ Lil Meow Meow and DJ Honey discuss finding success in a male-dominated industry.
The Lovely Asheville Annual Fall Festival returns for a second year. Plus, former Kentucky poet laureate speaks at UNCA; a new book of poems from local author; and more.
The Knotty Gs put together the second annual John Prine tribute at The Grey Eagle. Plus, Mars Hill Brewing Co. hosts live music fundraiser for a postal worker who was carjacked; “Ben and Angela” premieres at the BeBe Theatre; and more.
The singer-songwriter talks new projects and the city’s music scene.
Rare Bird Farm receives green light to hold events in Madison County. Plus, Blue Ridge Pride; a graffiti tour in the RAD; and more.
Funk, soul, R&B and electronic sounds are represented across this month’s featured collections.
The Asheville-based rocker makes memorable use of clips from obscure movies depicting Roman and Greek mythology.
“I have noticed a dramatic loss of buskers in this town,” said Lyle Rickards, a leader of the Asheville Buskers Collective, a loose-knit group of some 300 street performers. “This year, I’d say there are 30 buskers in town for the season. Last year, we had 100.”
A Grateful Dead cover band celebrates a milestone. Plus, a new book from Asheville native; a celebration for the Hominy Creek Greenway; and more.
Franklin Keel, Amanda Durst and Tori Parrish discuss their multifaceted professional lives.
The second annual Women to the Front Festival expands to a weeklong celebration. Plus, “The Village Witch” releases her new book; A-B Tech’s student and faculty literature and arts publication “The Rhapsodist”; and more.