The acclaimed dance company performs at Diana Wortham Theatre, Feb. 14 and 15.
“He added, ‘Patriotism is doing right by your neighbors. Join the PTA, volunteer to help others, support your community, your place of worship.'”
Creative options for Valentine’s Day fare on a budget.
Asheville City Council will consider a number of items on its consent agenda for Tuesday, Feb. 11, including managing parking at the airport and setting a hotel development work session.
The Sublime Theater’s new play debuts Feb. 13 at at The BeBe Theater.
“Sleepy Gap can be renamed ‘Wake & Quake’ Gap because we have new neighbors. and they can afford to violently rearrange the cliffs of Walnut Cove for a house with a view.”
The author discusses her new book at Malaprop’s on Feb. 13.
“If you’re in a relationship, and one of you has an apartment downtown and one has a house in West Asheville, that sounds pretty perfect to me,” says Henry, who’s been divorced for over 20 years. Many others agree they’re seeking companionship over commitment from dating in midlife and beyond.
“My greater point is this: If Webster’s definition of conservatism was in reality what Mr. Mumpower and his far-right-leaning friends were adhering to, we would all be living in a much more peaceful town and world.”
“She has worked tirelessly for our Sandy Mush community, helping to bring sorely needed access to high-speed internet to our rural valley and to honor and promote our agricultural heritage.”
Two WNC farmers are featured in a new health care documentary and the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer features a Producers Panel Q&A.
While some might find the notion morbid, author and activist Patti Digh says contemplating life as if it had a rapidly approaching expiration date actually reminds her to take care of herself and savor each moment.
Far from simply providing instructions on Kegel exercises, sexual health professionals collaborate with patients on a wide range of topics — from the physical to the emotional, the sociocultural to the neurological. And though individual needs and treatments vary, an overarching theme connects many of these health seekers: the fear that their bodies, beliefs or desires are abnormal.
“To what extent can sex instruction be given in the public schools?” The Asheville Gazette-News wrote on Sept. 29, 1913. According to the paper, a recent report by the United States Bureau of Eduction offered varying opinions on the matter, ranging from “a detailed plan of sex instruction beginning in the elementary schools to a determined opposition to any form of sex education whatsoever.”
“The loss of life and damage caused by current global warming demonstrates that the Earth is already too hot for safety,” states the document approved by a 6-0 vote of Asheville City Council on Jan. 28. “Restoring a safe and stable climate requires an emergency climate mobilization on a scale not seen since World War II.”