Also, the LaZoom Room is set to open Friday, and much, much more.
Articles by: Jason Sandford
Whitney Shroyer is bringing “Soul Night” to Broadway’s every Wednesday for the month of March.
Here’s a round up of recent Alcohol Law Enforcement actions in Asheville, taken from January and February 2017 meeting reports. ALE is the enforcement arms of the North Carolina ABC Commission, which oversees alcohol sales in the Tar Heel state. Here’s the list of ABC Commission actions at its Jan. 11, 2017, meeting in Raleigh: -Athenas, LLC T/A Athenas 14[Read More…]
Angel Olsen and Greg Cartwright will play solo sets at the March 10 show at The Orange Peel.
The issue, on newsstands now, includes a series of Top 10 lists from WNC experts on a variety of topics, and more.
Robert Harrell Jr. was a named plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by his father that forced the integration of Asheville City Schools in 1972.
Also, it looks like the issue of district elections for Asheville City Council will once again come before state lawmakers.
Here’s a look at some of what’s happening this weekend around Asheville.
Ten Asheville comics, including Minori Hinds, Grayson Morris, Cary Goff and host Tom Scheve, for just $10.
Events include the Downtown Dribble for children, a Cancer Awareness Day and an event honoring local veterans and law enforcement officers.
The businesses include everything from apparel makers to a taco shop.
The Asheville Symphony could hire its first woman music director.
Merlefest will celebrate its 30th anniversary in April. This show will offer a great preview of the talent at the event.
Also, textile artist Barbara Zaretsky will host an opening reception of a new exhibition at the Asheville Area Arts Council on Friday, and more.
Also, Buxton Hall Barbecue has announced it is opening a restaurant-within-a-restaurant, called The Remingtin Room, in March, and much more.
Music, food trucks and more highlight the grand opening events today at tomorrow at Habitat Brewing on Broadway.
More of what’s going around: -Asheville’s first anarchist book fair is set for May 5-7. -The former church at 11 Richland Ave., the former home of Dr. Neon’s shop, is for sale. The property sits above the New Belgium brewery on Craven Street and has most recently been used -Local homebuilding firm Living Stone Design + Build of Black Mountain[Read More…]
Mike Moore and company are seeking $25,000 for mobile equipment.
A celebration of Ryan’s life will be held March 12 in Candler.
Also, Biltmore is holding no less than four job fairs coming up, and much more.
This is a significant expansion. Press release here: Classes of fifth graders in the Piedmont and Western North Carolina did something they haven’t done before. They’ll spend an entire instructional day outside, learning the state science curriculum through hands-on lessons taught by trained naturalists. Together with their teachers, students will travel to nearby protected lands for a new kind of[Read More…]