The Asheville Symphony hits to road to perform at various local venues. Also, the Asheville Art Museum acquires work by Cherokee artists, local singer Jordan Scheffer celebrates her new album at Isis Music Hall and a mind-reading show comes to the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts.
As Asheville began reimagining itself over the last 20 years, its dense urban core of older yet viable structures has allowed local, independent restaurants and breweries to obtain affordable — if somewhat decrepit — spaces for their ventures along with opportunities for architects and designers to transform them.
The second season of The Girl From Carolina debuts online, YWCA of Asheville screens a documentary on women’s body image and more.
Fierce Flix registration opens, Joe Kendrick continues his Southern Songs and Stories music documentary series and more.
Asheville Brewing Co. celebrates National Humor Month with screenings of comedy classics and new beers made in honor of the films. The new brews were named through a customer contest.
White Horse screens a documentary about the My Daddy Taught Me That program, Arnold Wengrow debuts his book on Santo Loquasto and more.
Mechanical Eye hosts three events in as many days, Asheville Pizza screens a 4K restoration of Manhattan and more.
An insatiable craving for Mexican food had pizza and brew man Mike Rangel dreaming of the satisfying crunch of a hard-shelled taco.
This week: Screening of silent film classics, cult favorites and Beer Week docs.
I would like to thank the folks who came out to Richmond Hill Park on a cold December morning to hack and kill the enemy: invasive exotic weeds. With the help of the Western North Carolina Alliance, we cut back Chinese privet and multiflora rose, two very nasty nonnative plants that are damaging native forests […]
Asheville Pizza and Brewing Company demonstrates a corporate takeover of the right kind (Photo by Bill Rhodes). The local pizza business plans to take control of a now-defunct Domino’s Pizza takeout/delivery location in south Asheville in December says Doug Riley, an APBC owner. Another local restaurant hasn’t fared as well. And guess what? An Atlanta woman with a successful Ethiopian restaurant in Atlanta is looking at Asheville to open an Ethiopian restaurant.
Jake Morphonius of Kernersville, N.C., pushes his 11-month old son Benjamin near the finish line of the annual Superhero 5K. Jake had hoped the Superman outfit his son was wearing was enough to give him the strength to finish the race, but by the time they hit the downhill on Coxe Avenue, Benjamin had had […]