2010 Xpress(ed)

Fifty-one weeks of news, arts and entertainment may be difficult to summarize — especially a period as seemingly vibrant and active as 2010. This year, Xpress offers a review in parts, through a selection of stories and images that staff writers, designers, photographers (and, in some cases, the readers) found the most interesting and memorable. A story in stories, it came from you, the Asheville community. In the end, a year at the Mountain Xpress is a year in Asheville. Our story will always be your story. As we head into the next decade of the still-new millennium, join us in reflecting on the stories we loved to tell and why we loved to tell them, along with a bountiful spread of photos, links to videos, interviews and other online-only material. Thank you, Asheville, for a newsworthy year elapsed (and an exciting year to come).


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