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Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Our Global Table world food pop-up Sunday, more

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Our Global Table world food pop-up Sunday, more

Also, MG Road is closing and morphing into a new lobby bar for Chai Pani restaurant, and more.

by July 19, 2019 1 comment Asheville News
Last coal delivery made to Duke Energy’s power plant in south Asheville

Last coal delivery made to Duke Energy’s power plant in south Asheville

Duke Energy is closing down the Lake Julian plant and transitioning to a one fueled with natural gas.

by July 17, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Ask A Woman: Why are some guys freaked out by menstruation?

Ask A Woman: Why are some guys freaked out by menstruation?

I don’t think the majority of grown men find menstruation to be disgusting.

by July 16, 2019 0 comments Asheville News, Opinion
News obit: Jean Wall Penland, Asheville artist, dies

News obit: Jean Wall Penland, Asheville artist, dies

Jean Wall Penland had been active on the Asheville art scene for more than four decades.

by July 15, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Here's the former Wells Fargo Bank property along Coxe Avenue that Asheville Brewing purchased recently./ photo by Jason Sandford

From bank to beer: Asheville Brewing buys prime lot adjacent to its South Slope spot

A cat park? A putt-putt golf course? Just parking? Asheville Brewing owner Mike Rangel is entertaining ideas on what to do with the property.

by July 14, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Big Crafty Sunday, Asheville small biz roundup, more

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Big Crafty Sunday, Asheville small biz roundup, more

Also, NEST Boutique is planning to open a second shop, this one in downtown Asheville, and much more.

by July 12, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Punk Rock Hot Dogs pop-up and competition Saturday at Asheville Masonic Temple

Punk Rock Hot Dogs pop-up and competition Saturday at Asheville Masonic Temple

Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and hot dogs will be on sale to the public until they run out.

Foundation Studios celebrates grand opening in Asheville River Arts District

Foundation Studios celebrates grand opening in Asheville River Arts District

There’s a grand opening party Saturday evening and a Sunday morning artist talk and brunch at Foundation Studios.

by July 12, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
The sinkhole that opened up along Merrimon Avenue on June 19 worsened on Thursday, July 11, following an afternoon downpour. The monster hole has attracted a steady stream of visitors./ photo by Jason Sandford

SINKHOLE: Gaping maw worsens, threatens North Asheville building

The sinkhole has attracted a steady stream of visitors since it opened in late June.

by July 11, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Ashvegas Hemp Sheet

Ashvegas Hemp Sheet: Future of smokeable hemp in N.C. still to be determined

Also, the FDA is taking public comment as it considers what actions it might take to regulate CBD products.

by July 11, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Keno comes to Asheville as controversial lottery game gets established in N.C.

Keno comes to Asheville as controversial lottery game gets established in N.C.

Keno is coming to a convenience store, restaurant, bar or coffee shop near you.

by July 10, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Asheville Crossfit community to honor Riley Howell

Asheville Crossfit community to honor Riley Howell

Crossfit Asheville gym in West Asheville is hosting a special workout on Saturday in honor of Howell, who was killed in a UNC Charlotte campus shooting in April.

New dance club, Room to Dance, coming to downtown Asheville

New dance club, Room to Dance, coming to downtown Asheville

The new dance club planned for Biltmore Avenue appears to be targeting a slightly older demographic than your typical nightclub.

by July 8, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Gov't Mule played a sold-out show at the Highland Brewing Meadow Stage on July 3rd. Asheville native Warren Haynes leads the band. It's the first time in years that Haynes and his band have played outside Haynes' annual Christmas Jam concert held each year in Asheville./ photo by Stephan Pruitt

From hippies to Harley riders, Asheville fans cheer Gov’t Mule

Asheville native Warren Haynes and his band kicked off the July Fourth holiday weekend in fine form by rocking the night away at Highland Brewing’s Meadow Stage.

by July 4, 2019 0 comments Asheville Music
Mixed-use development proposed for Asheville South Slope gets TRC review

Mixed-use development proposed for Asheville South Slope gets TRC review

The project, which could bring 600 new apartments to 4.4 acres between Coxe and Asheland avenues, is set to be presented to the South Slope Neighborhood Association on Tuesday.

by July 3, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
6 things to know about Charlotte’s new Confluence music festival and conference

6 things to know about Charlotte’s new Confluence music festival and conference

The Confluence music festival and conference, set for August, features some key talent from the Asheville music industry scene.

by July 2, 2019 0 comments Asheville Music
Sitnick for Asheville mayor? Her social media comment has folks wondering

Sitnick for Asheville mayor? Her social media comment has folks wondering

Leni Sitnick was elected Asheville’s first woman mayor in 1997.

by June 28, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
With taxidermy doc Stuffed, Asheville filmmaker takes on corpses, conservation

With taxidermy doc Stuffed, Asheville filmmaker takes on corpses, conservation

“Stuffed: A Documentary on the Art of Taxidermy,” will be screened Saturday, June 29, at The Orange Peel in Asheville.

by June 28, 2019 0 comments Asheville events
Summer status update on Chow Chow 2019, the new Asheville food fest

Summer status update on Chow Chow 2019, the new Asheville food fest

Asheville’s new signature culinary event aims to be an immersive event that tells a story about everyone involved in the city, and the region’s, food culture.

by June 26, 2019 2 comments Asheville food and drink
Reversal of fortune: Asheville Flatiron Building will be hotel after all

Reversal of fortune: Asheville Flatiron Building will be hotel after all

Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield, who last month said she opposed the Flatiron hotel proposal, said Tuesday night that her concerns had been addressed and she now favored it.

by June 26, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Bagatelle Books opens, POP Project celebrates milestone

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Bagatelle Books opens, POP Project celebrates milestone

Bagatelle Books is a new rare and used book shop on Haywood Road in West Asheville.

by June 25, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
The historic Flatiron Building in Asheville was built in 1927./ photo by Jason Sandford

Flatiron Building hotel proposal set for return to Asheville City Council

A planned mayoral vote by telephone and revelations regarding the criminal past of one of the Flatiron Building’s owners offer new wrinkles to tonight’s planned discussion.

by June 25, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Ask A Woman AVL: Why do so many Asheville women have hairy armpits?

Ask A Woman AVL: Why do so many Asheville women have hairy armpits?

That’s what these various standards of femininity are all about: making sure that women are constantly chasing an unrealistic version of ourselves.

by June 25, 2019 5 comments Asheville News, Opinion
From roller rink to R&B, Orange Peel in Asheville to open history exhibit

From roller rink to R&B, Orange Peel in Asheville to open history exhibit

The history of the Orange Peel location begins with its 1946 construction as a roller rink and extends through its time as a soul and R&B club, an auto parts warehouse and current-day.