The Philadelphia orchestral pop duo heads to One World Brewing’s downtown location on March 20.
The Story of BBQ in N.C., a free exhibit, runs at the Western Office through Saturday, March 23. Also: St. Patrick’s Day events; macaroni and cheese challenges; and more.
**UPDATED MARCH 14** Irish Stouts abound in advance of St. Patrick’s Day, a pair of Wicked Weed’s Angels return and more local beer news.
The North Carolina native bring his new Cuban-inspired blues songs to Isis Music Hall on March 16.
Two bands, each led by high-profile fixtures of the Asheville music scene, are coming together to present a unique night of music.
The Asheville-based poet presents his latest collection on March 16 at Malaprop’s.
In 1939, Buncombe County residents participated in a special election concerning the legalization of liquor sales. Debate leading up to the vote was fiery and contentious.
This pairing of one acts from the post-World War II era of what was known as absurdist theater were often presented together to create a full evening.
“Mozart is like Shakespeare in literature — he’s just there, and he’s one of the very most important,” says renowned classical pianist Garrick Ohlsson.
The sale of Mission Health to HCA Healthcare means several changes to organizations and services once affiliated with Mission, including a shift of adult day care services from CarePartners to a new nonprofit, MountainCare.
The Asheville MC along with Musashi Xero, Mike L!VE, Spaceman Jones, Herb da Wizard and P.T.P play The Mothlight on March 14.
Casting director Erica S. Bream will lend her expertise to the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer and tickets for the Asheville Jewish Film Festival are now on sale.
“[I]t is pretty clear that engaging in the practice of wearing shoes likely limits the spread of certain diseases and fungal infections to others.”
With James Lee opting out mid-term to take a job in another state, Asheville City Council will soon select at least one new member to serve on a board that will be compelled to turn the ship around. Two other members, Martha Geitner and board Chair Shaunda Sandford, are completing their first terms on the board and seeking reappointment. Meanwhile, in a process that will play out in the coming weeks, 11 other community members have applied to be appointed.