Also, there’s a big climate march in downtown, and the Asheville Flea For Y’all returns, plus much more.
The conference includes keynote addresses by Josh Jacobson and Roy Morejon.
Ten Thousand Villages will kick off its celebration with a May 11 reception.
As always, there’s plenty to see and do around Asheville this weekend.
It’s that weekend, y’all! We’ve got a great roundup of events for you. Read on to find one that’s perfect for you. Thursday, 4/13 Stupid F*cking Bird @ Magnetic 375 Opens Thursday (through Saturday) at 7:30 The award-winning retelling of Anton Chekov’s The Seagull, penned by Aaron Posner, comes to Magnetic. The show is “furiously paced, often hilarious, irreverent, but moving, and song-filled.” Sign us up.[Read More…]
I don’t know about you, but Field Day was basically one of my top memories of elementary school. If you’re like me, you’re in luck, because this Saturday, you can relive all of your childhood memories—this time with booze—at the Salvage Station with the folks from AVL Sport & Social Club. We talked with the organizers about what to expect.[Read More…]
Here’s a quick look at some of what to do around Asheville this weekend, including our pick of five places around town to watch the NCAA basketball tournament’s Final Four games on Saturday and national championship game on Monday. Thursday Asheville City Soccer Kick-Off Party, 6-9 p.m. at Hi-Wire Brewing Big Top near Biltmore Village: Celebrate AVL’s new soccer team[Read More…]
We’re now a few days past the equinox, and the first weekend of spring is officially here! There are plenty of ways you can celebrate, whether you get outside to enjoy the season or cozy up inside to fend off the chill that’s still lingering in the air. We’ve got all the highlights for you, including the details of our featured[Read More…]
The new film festival is created by and for local indie film artists, with a focus on Asheville talent.
McPherson’s work recently graced the cover of Hi-Fructose magazine.
Here’s your weekend roundup, including highlights of St. Patrick’s Day parties around town.
First up is a March 24 dinner featuring Chefs Steven Goff and Graham House.
Deerfields in Mills River hosted the land of Mysteria for 13 years.
Under the direction of Rodney Smith, this ensemble is having a good time, and so are we.
Two major Hollywood pictures are in the works, and a new Amazon series, focus on the life and impact of Zelda as Asheville prepares to celebrate her once again.
The issue, on newsstands now, includes a series of Top 10 lists from WNC experts on a variety of topics, and more.
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.
As usual, there’s a ton of fun stuff happening. Here’s a quick look at some of it, including the Asheville Mardis Gras Parade.
Both of Pullman’s sons have graduated from Warren Wilson College in recent years.
Here’s a quick look at some of what’s happening around town, including Bike Love ’17 and the season opener for the Blue Ridge Roller Girls.
“Designed for Drama” showcases more than 40 award-winning movie costumes from films based on favorite books in the collection of George Vanderbilt.
The Asheville Yoga Festival has announced that it’s returning to town for its fourth year (July 27), but with a few changes. The event is under new ownership, it has a new name, it has landed Ingles Markets as a big sponsor among others, and it has an expanded line-up of presenters and practitioners. Here’s the press release: Asheville Yoga[Read More…]
The fundraising event for the DIY skateboard park also includes an art exhibition, music and more.