“If your government can’t solve the problem, and they probably never will, it’s time you take matters into your own hands.”
“When you visit a honey-tasting shop, local record store or family farm, know that your support helps us to thrive and live our passions here in Asheville.”
“Asheville is the cultural mecca it is due to the spirit of all those who have been here for generations welcoming the rest of us.”
“Am I welcome in your town? Almost daily, I see another jab at ‘the tourists.’ We seem to be the bane of your existence.”
I have been reading more and more calls to make Asheville for locals, and it feels unnecessarily divisive. Who is a local? I moved here with my family in 1966 — but I’m not a native. Do you have to live here full time to be invited to enjoy this city? What about students at UNC […]
Team to remember him with moment of silence at July 4th home game, other events to come
In what could be a “Welcome to Asheville” postcard, a street performer dressed as the Hindu Goddess Kali poses with the Stardoves (Dr. Raja and Professor Moira), who were both charmed by her presence.