Also, the Buncombe County TDA’s retreat is set for March 23-24 at Lioncrest.
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…]
828 Studios is asking for $5,000 from the public for help with the new studios.
The rally is scheduled for 3-5 p.m. on Pack Square Park.
Organic Armor artists Paul Hersey and Jennifer Murphy say proceeds from the sale of their circlets will help provide legal armor to people.
Also, Pinnix Distillery has received its federal permits, and more.
More than 250 amateur astronomers will also be at the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute to observe the celestial event.
Manheimer, who was elected mayor in 2013, served on Asheville City Council for four years prior to that.
It’s a critical time for one of Asheville’s most important performance and event venues.
Funeral services are today for Dr. George Marvin Bilbrey Jr.
Also, tickets are on sale
Also, the Blue Ridge Roller Girls hold their season-opening bout this Sunday, and much more.
Also, the Bernstein Family Christmas Spectacular is hosting auditions for a new cast member, and have you seen Soundcheck AVL?
Also, Disclaimer Comedy presents comedian Myq Kaplan at The Southern on Feb. 18, and more.
Also, there’s a new art exhibition open in the window at 54 Broadway in downtown Asheville, and much more.
A modest home on Brevard Road was once a destination for music-lovers around the world who sought a taste of bluegrass.
City officials are looking at ways to raise money to increase the life of existing parking decks and possibly add onto them.
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…]
Also, who might be running for mayor?