Also, Ellington Underground is in the works at the old S&W building on Patton Avenue downtown, and much more.
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Also, tickets are on sale now for Prepper Camp in Saluda, and much more.
The featured music will showcase teachers and students covering The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” album in its entirety with full instrumentation.
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.
There’s a raft of other restaurant-related news, so read on for more.
Duke Energy has been on the hunt for a handful of locations for new substations that would serve a growing city.
Eating My Emotions… I don’t know if it’s just because I’m getting old or what, but I feel more and more emotional these days when I eat the food that I enjoyed during earlier times in my life. The soft-serve ice cream from Frostbite, for example, [ LINK ] that reminds me so much of my happy childhood Summers spent[Read More…]
Ert’s Pernernced “Derner Kerberb…” Yeah, Americans and ümlauts. We don’t quite know what to do with them. Who here pronounces the ümlauts in Mötörhead? Anyone? Anyone? Büeller? I didn’t think so. What about the word “döner?” As in: The Döner – Kebabs & Falafels, which is a brand new food vendor out there at The Asheville Mall on Tunnel Road[Read More…]
Travers Brothership stops by the Salvage Station for another edition of Soundcheck AVL with Caleb Calhoun.
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…]
WARNING: If you don’t like soft-serve, read no further. And if you don’t think that the term “soft-serve” is frickin’ hilarious, especially because the end product is very doo-doo shaped, please never read one of my columns again. If you don’t see the connection, then… y’know… wake up. Aaanyhoooo… now that we’ve dispensed with that, let’s get on to The[Read More…]
Laura Blackley stops by the Salvage Station for another edition of Soundcheck AVL w/ Caleb Calhoun.
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…]
In this installment, Stu tries a chicken foot.
More of what’s going around: -The owners Belly Up Truck food truck have announced that they’re planning to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 507 Haywood Road in West Asheville. It will be called Haywood Common. -Sky Zone trampoline park is finally open in south Asheville. Finally. -John Fleer is a finalist for a James Beard Award this year, in the[Read More…]
Reminder: There’s a new location for Asheville City Market.
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…]
On this edition of Soundcheck AVL, Bella’s Bartok stops buy HORSE + HERO in downtown Asheville to hang out with our very own Caleb Calhoun and give us a preview of their upcoming show at the One Stop on 3/24/17. Bella’s Bartok HORSE + HERO Soundcheck AVL Playlist
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.
David Earl’s show is set for Saturday at Isis Music Hall, while The Moon and You will celebrate at N.C. Stage on Sunday.