“I think you can see by the turnout here, the phone calls to City Council, our emails, our response, that Vance in general — I don’t speak for every parent here or every student — does not feel like this is a win-win,” said Vance parent Marissa Brooks at the Feb. 27 meeting.
Asheville Outdoor Cinema joins Wedge Brewing Co., Movies in the Park and other local open air film screenings.
The documentary ‘Racing Extinction’ receives two local screenings, Highland Brewing shows a documentary on the U.S. military’s reduced dependence on fossil fuels and more.
Asheville Brewing celebrates the 30th anniversary of Spaceballs, free indoor and outdoor screenings abound and more.
A new online resource for the local independent filmmaking community debuts, June’s Israeli Film Series selection follows a trio of gay Palestinian friends and more.
Hi-Wire, Green Man and the West Asheville and Weaverville libraries are among the sites hosting free screenings this week.
The Fine Arts Theatre hosts a benefit screening of “Synchronicity,” Asheville Parks & Rec show “Back to the Future” at Pack Square Park and Asheville School of Film announce new courses.
To make way for the planned Beaucatcher Greenway, how many trees must be cut to preserve the forest? And does significant construction on steep sections make sense to begin with? Those are among the questions being asked by residents at both ends of the planned greenway route — and they say the city’s answers have been few and far between.
Although Asheville City Council approved a 14-point Food Action Plan three years ago that included a goal of implementing underutilized city-owned land for agricultural purposes, to date little headway has been made in that area.
The art of picnicking goes way back. Omar Khayyam waxed poetic on the perfect outdoor dining experience in the 12th century (“A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and thou / Beside me singing in the Wilderness”). Medieval nobleman paused in their hunts to dine en plein air, and hundreds of years later, Britain’s […]