Take a look at Asheville’s people, population, climate, institutions, churches, wine making, factories, rent and faith in 1869.
It’s commonly said that housing’s hard to find in Asheville. Numbers from the U.S. Census and elsewhere shine a light on exactly how hard.
A new map from Forbes reveals interesting information about what parts of the country Asheville’s new residents migrate from — and where the city’s inhabitants go when they leave.
That's right, you heard me; I used the “C” word in conjunction with environmentalism. But before you dismiss the idea as elitist, corporate propaganda, hear me out and try to keep an open mind. It seems to me we have two choices for creating an indefinite state of abundance: we can continually reduce our rate […]
Some chilling thoughts on a cold winter day: The population of the world will reach 7 billion by 2011, and 9 billion by 2045, according to the January 2011 National Geographic. Gee, people of the world have really [been] loving up a storm in the last 100 years. The world population at the time of […]
I hope Susan Andrew was aiming for irony in her Green Scene article criticizing Blue Ridge Paper [“Pulp Nonfiction,” Dec. 8 Xpress]. She is aware of the medium she's employing to send her message, isn't she? I mean, she's writing for a company that sells advertising to polluters on paper that was processed by a […]
Last week, the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform issued a report providing recommendations for reducing the federal deficit. One of the proposals from this report was a recommendation to adjust the gas tax. No one likes to see an increase in user fees, but consider the following. According to the American Society of […]