Also, Burial Beer is hiring a brewer, a new Asheville chapter of Click and Drink starts, and more.
Paul Schattel and his experienced crew of indie filmmakers stand ready to tell their story of a struggling musician who breaks down in an isolated, redneck town.
The organic, soy-free tempeh will be made with hemp seeds grown by veterans.
Kickstarter: Asheville barista asking public for $6,000 to open South Slope coffee shop, Bucktooth Coffee
David Manselle, well known in local coffee circles, wants to fill a coffee void he sees on the south side of town.
Also, Moyers on Moral Mondays; a new beer and music blog; more.
Josh Winnecour and chef Andy Danh are targeting the Crossfit community with a Paleo-friendly, 100 percent gluten-free menu focused on eating clean.
Paul Vo, the genius behind the Moog guitar technology, has a new invention that can be applied to virtually any instrument.
Joshua P. Warren says the movie will be a chilling feature about the scariest haunted house he’s ever investigated.
“I’m Fine, Thanks” explores complacency and how we do (or don’t) make dreams and passions real.
Underhill Rose is trying to raise $15,000 through Kickstarter to fund their new album.
Mike McGirr of Nature/Nurture is asking the public for $6,500 to fund a business to bring organic food to homes.
The band looks to head to a real recording studio for its first full-length CD.
Since 2010, 72 creative ventures in Asheville have been funded successfully through Kickstarter to a tune of $392,067.
ZipShooter appears to be a new Asheville company that aims to manufacture a new portable camera dolly. You can pre-order for a retail price is $375, with the product coming online in September. The company’s Kickstarter campaign seeks $25,000 for a variety of development work. From ZipShooter’s Kickstarter: Our funding goal of $25,000 is calculated […]
This is one of the most slickly produced Kickstarter videos I’ve seen lately, from two former UNC Asheville students who are asking the public to help fund their next movie project. Check it. Here’s more about the duo, Craig Thieman and Ethan Hunter: Director Craig Thieman has been working in and studying film for the […]
“There’s something better out there”: New $100K Kickstarter documentary based out of Asheville explores complacency, chasing our dreams (or not)
Man vs. Debt blogger and Asheville transplant Adam Baker is part of the team behind a documentary film being created via Kickstarter, the funding platform that asks fans to personally fund creative endeavors. Exploring the ideas of complacency, convention and how we do or don’t make our dreams and passions real, I’m Fine, Thanks needs […]
Couple only has few days left to raise $10,000 in Kickstarter campaign to preserve Appalachian history
Here’s the word from loyal readers Beth and Doodle Chester of Asheville, regarding their Kickstarter campaign to save Appalachian history: Hi Western North Carolina! My husband and I have been residents of Asheville for several years, having been “born and raised” in Appalachia’s Northeast Georgia foothills. We grew up on small, family farms – pigs, cows, […]
Here are the details about The Foreign Orange project, an Asheville art collective that wants to record an album and shoot a film of the process. More about The Foreign Orange on Kickstarter: The Foreign Orange is independently recording it’s debut album at a studio set up in a cabin outside of Asheville, NC. While […]
The funky Decentralized Dance Party wants to come to Asheville, seeking $1,000 from Kickstarter campaign by Feb. 10 to make it happen
The Decentralized Dance Party looks like one helluva good time. Its Canadian organizers want to come to Asheville, but they’re seeking $1,000 through a DDP Kickstarter campaign by Feb. 10 before committing. More: The Decentralized Dance Party (DDP) is a portable, battery-powered Party System. It consists of hundreds of Party people, carrying boomboxes, and a […]