Deerfields in Mills River hosted the land of Mysteria for 13 years.
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Deadline to apply is Feb. 16.
It’s shaping up to be another big year in beer for Asheville.
Tickets are on sale now for the comedy festival, now in its ninth year.
Participating craft breweries are required to be North Carolina-based and serve beers derived from ingredients sourced in N.C.
The Mellow Mush crew crushed it with their “French onion soup” grilled cheese sandwich.
Sierra Nevada fest will bring 50 breweries from U.S. to Mills River for Burly Beers and Barleywines Fest
A bold new festival, says the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild, which is partnering with Sierra Nevada for the event.
The festival dream team plans to draw on deep experience with Asheville events to create a new signature fest.
Gwen Wisler, Asheville’s newest City Council member, says it’s a matter of fairness. What do you think?
City Council approves a call for proposals for a new signature city festival.
Bele Chere is dead, but you wouldn’t know that by listening to all the talk around the fest’s future
Asheville’s funkiest street party on Lexington Avenue will go on, despite last year’s financial difficulties.
How did Bele Chere and downtown diverge, and what’s next?
Asheville’s celebration of African and Caribbean culture gets new leadership and a new plan for 2012.
A few of the best shots from this year’s event.
It looks like Burning Man, Bonnaroo and Asheville had a baby. Video is NSFW.
Asheville’s East End community to Brewgrass beer fest: Find a new venue, your party doesn’t fit neighborhood
The Urban News covers East End residents’ displeasure with September’s upcoming Brewgrass Festival, which takes place in their neighborhood: Residents say attendees in previous years left Styrofoam coolers in yards, urinated on lawns, blocked driveways, dumped trash, and “talked nasty and ugly to several residents.” The festival had been held in City/County Plaza–renovated and now renamed Pack Square Park–for years. Construction on[Read More…]
The Asheville beer fest Just Brew It shows off the creative work of area homebrewers. For just $16 bucks, you get to taste some of the best beers you’ll find outside a microbrewery and you never know, you might just meet the next Asheville brewery owner. The festival also supports a good cause. Here’s the info: Just Economics Event PSA[Read More…]