Xpress-rated: Video sneak peek at Sept. 24 issue

Here’s a sneak preview of the Sept. 24 edition of Mountain Xpress.

This week’s cover story focuses on the legacy of Richard Sharp Smith, one of Asheville’s most influential architects. Smith is the architect who envisioned Biltmore Village, large parts of the Montford community and stretches of homes along Chestnut Street and Sunset Mountain.

On the news side, there’s our coverage of Asheville City Council and last week’s Interstate 26 Connector public hearing. And don’t forget regular features such as the Green Scene, the Outdoor Journal, News of the Weird and columnists Ken Hanke and Anne Fitten Glenn.

— Jason Sandford, multimedia editor

 

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7 thoughts on “Xpress-rated: Video sneak peek at Sept. 24 issue

  1. Blatz

    Cute and a noble effort on the reporter’s end but ill rehearsed.

    Note to Sandford: LEARN FINAL CUT AND AUDACITY, dawg. Terrible, abominably lazy audio and video editing job. For reals, Mayne. Ever heard of transitions, lower thirds and lavaliere mics??

  2. Dudes, I bet Mt. X would let both of you have a go at making the weekly sneak peek. All you have to do is gather the editors/reporters, find ten minutes on Monday afternoon that works for everyone, and snag a location. Then you have to film the video, edit it, and get it it on-line–all in about an hour.

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