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The Grey Eagle celebrates 25th anniversary with day-long music fest at Lake Eden

The Grey Eagle celebrates 25th anniversary with day-long music fest at Lake Eden

The Saturday music festival in Black Mountain features Mandolin Orange, The Budos Band, James McMurtry, Of Montreal, and more. There’s also a Friday kick-off party at The Grey Eagle.

by June 23, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Beloved Asheville musician Robin Tolleson dies suddenly

Beloved Asheville musician Robin Tolleson dies suddenly

Tolleson was on stage at the Downtown After Five concert Friday evening when he collapsed.

by June 22, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Ashvegas Hot Sheet: The Orange Peel is installing air conditioning

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: The Orange Peel is installing air conditioning

Also, the Hola Asheville Festival is Sunday afternoon, and much more.

by June 21, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
WIN TIX To Gretchen Peters, w/ Jane Kramer opening, at Isis Music Hall in West Asheville

WIN TIX To Gretchen Peters, w/ Jane Kramer opening, at Isis Music Hall in West Asheville

Win tickets to see this Saturday show at Isis Music Hall in West Asheville, featuring two amazing singer-songwriters.

by June 21, 2019 0 comments Asheville events
At left is Greg Lowe, president of the newly created Asheville-based North Carolina Division of HCA Healthcare, which comprises the recently purchased Mission Health system of six hospitals in Western North Carolina; and Terence van Arkel, the division's chief financial officer. The two met with Asheville media representatives on Thursday morning at the Mission Health SECU Cancer Center in Asheville. /photo by Jason Sandford

Mission Health, under HCA leadership, looks to growth, hiring

Mission Health has more than 700 job openings in Western North Carolina. The number on staffing need: registered nurses.

by June 21, 2019 1 comment Asheville News
New apartments proposed for Asheville’s historic Montford neighborhood

New apartments proposed for Asheville’s historic Montford neighborhood

Plans call for two, three-story buildings, each containing 11 one-bedroom apartments.

by June 20, 2019 2 comments Asheville News
Vinyl record-pressing business proposed for downtown Asheville

Vinyl record-pressing business proposed for downtown Asheville

Who’s driving the renewed interest in vinyl records? Millennials.

by June 18, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Asheville Yoga Festival/ photo courtesy of Emily Nichols Photography

Asheville Yoga Festival 2019 set for July 25-28

Free community yoga will take place daily in Pack Square Park, along with free panel discussions led by several notable presenters.

by June 17, 2019 0 comments Asheville events
Gretchen Peters/ photo courtesy of Gina Binkley

One woman and the truth: Gretchen Peters on songwriting, empathy and second-wave feminism

Nashville singer-songwriter Gretchen Peters will play a concert at Isis Music Hall on June 22, with Asheville singer-songwriter Jane Kramer opening.

by June 16, 2019 0 comments Asheville Music
Second Gear/ photo courtesy onhaywood.com

Second Gear in West Asheville celebrates 15th anniversary Saturday

Second Gear opened in West Asheville in 2004.

Transitional style architecture – Highlands Fire Station, Ward Young Architects

New Asheville fire station designs to be reviewed Wednesday

The new fire station is to be located on Broadway Street, between the Montford and Five Points neighborhoods.

by June 12, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Opinion: Reframing perceptions of the Asheville Flatiron Building

Opinion: Reframing perceptions of the Asheville Flatiron Building

It is wrong to say that the Flatiron is the soul and spirit of Asheville.

by June 6, 2019 0 comments Asheville News, Opinion
Ashvegas Hemp Sheet

Ashvegas Hemp Sheet: Celebrate Hemp History Week 2019

The hemp industry is keeping a close eye on the North Carolina Farm Bill in Raleigh.

by June 5, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Mixed-use development proposes 600 apartments on Asheville South Slope

Mixed-use development proposes 600 apartments on Asheville South Slope

The project is in the early stages of planning, but developers recently held a neighborhood meeting to introduce the project.

by June 3, 2019 1 comment Asheville News
Ask a Woman AVL: Why are women attracted to jerks?

Ask a Woman AVL: Why are women attracted to jerks?

I think the term “nice guy” should be retired, along with the outdated notion of the “good girl” or the “bad boy.”

by June 2, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
‘Road diet’ plans take shape for Charlotte Street in Asheville

‘Road diet’ plans take shape for Charlotte Street in Asheville

The project is set to go out for construction bids in July or August, according to the city’s transportation department director.

by June 1, 2019 1 comment Asheville News
Candidate declares run for Asheville City Council in 2020 district elections

Candidate declares run for Asheville City Council in 2020 district elections

Voters in 2020 are set to elect Asheville City Council members by district for the first time ever.

by May 30, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Julian Pinelli/ photo by Kaitlyn Raitz

Fiddler Julian Pinelli celebrates ‘Bent Creek’ album release at Isis Music Hall

The show is Thursday at Isis Music Hall in West Asheville.

by May 29, 2019 0 comments Asheville Music
Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville will be the new name of Asheville's civic center starting on Jan. 1, 2020.

Asheville City Council accepts Harrah’s Cherokee bid for civic center naming rights

Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, the center will be known as the Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville.

by May 29, 2019 1 comment Asheville News
Downtown Commission wants a say in naming rights for Asheville civic center

Downtown Commission wants a say in naming rights for Asheville civic center

The naming rights issue is controversial, with competing bids from U.S. Cellular and Harrah’s Cherokee Casino.

by May 22, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Two Asheville moms - Bianca Gragg at left and Jeannie Curtis at right - have created the Colorful Pages Project to bring picture books written by people of color and featuring ethnically diverse characters into local schools. /photo courtesy of High Five Coffee

With Colorful Pages Project, two Asheville moms add more diversity to books in school

The Colorful Pages Project received a $5,000 Buncombe County Tipping Point grant last year.

by May 20, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is running for the Democratic nomination to run for president in the 2020 Election, stumped in Asheville on Friday, May 18, at the Salvage Station music venue. /photo by Stephan Pruitt

In Asheville, Bernie Sanders rallies his supporters

It’s 85 degrees and about a thousand percent humidity and we are all, literally, feeling the Bern.

by May 20, 2019 0 comments Asheville News, Opinion
East Fork Pottery is holding a seconds sale on Sunday at New Belgium's brewery space on Craven Street. /photo courtesy of East Fork Pottery

4 things to know about East Fork Pottery’s seconds sale Sunday at New Belgium

First thing to know: all sales are final.

by May 18, 2019 0 comments Asheville events
David Crosby

Second annual Songsmith Gathering in Brevard features David Crosby

The festival is a benefit for the Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania.

by May 17, 2019 0 comments Asheville Music