“With these as the antecedents to the [recently replaced] billboard, it feels as though our overall feminist leaning and progressive community might indeed be justified in our agitation with this piece of marketing.”
“Dear Love Town Group: Thank you for having the bravery to do what I only dreamed of doing.”
The local hip-hop artist lands on the national music chart with a soulful song that questions morality and pop culture.
My daddy taught me to learn from my mistakes. Please remind City Council to learn from theirs. I am very unhappy about selling the property in [the area of] the U.S. Cellular Center, Basilica of St. Lawrence, Pack Library and Grove Arcade to McKibbon. Here are some examples Council can learn from. Staples: Council struggled […]
I too am offended by the trashy digital billboard on Merrimon [“Fight the Digital Billboard,” June 29 Xpress]. I am asking other members of our community to also write a letter to the editor calling for the removal of the billboard. Clean up our community! — Sarah Jane Thomas Asheville
A Moss Sign Co. crew on Thursday dismantled an electronic sign on Pack Square derided as a hideous stake in the heart of downtown Asheville by detractors, but seen as a critical outlet for advertising and supporting Pack Place’s member organizations.