Also, a new pizza joint called Driftless Kitchen is opening up in the Asheville Food Park, and more.
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Also, Dolly Parton’s telethon earlier this week raised more than $8 million.
Also, the work on Pritchard Park will start up in January.
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The RAD Lofts project was first floated more than three years ago.
From Veteran’s Day to the fall version of the River Arts District Studio Stroll, there’s lots happening this weekend.
Also, Crucible bar in the River Arts District is open, and much more.
The warehouse was the site of a massive mural painting project back in May.
Fans of the RiverMusic festival should note that the event will move from its current Riverside Drive location to Carrier Park in September and October.
The venue will feature live music, music-related retail, apparel, art, and beer, according to a press release.
Also, word on the street is that a new restaurant is coming to the South Slope, and more.
The venue will feature live music, art, and refreshments and will be filled with new and vintage guitars, banjos and other instruments.
Congratulations, Charles and Tanya!
The year’s first Downtown After Five, a 10th anniversary party for Echo Mountain Studio and much more.
Also, Cucina 24 restaurant changes up its approach to lunch and much more.
The new riverfront concert venue and event space is looking to hire about 30 people, from servers and bartenders to support staff.
There will be more than 15,000 square feet of mural space and more than 50 artists invited to paint over three days.
Also, an update on the River Arts District form-based code, plans to improve Livingston Street and much more.
The River Arts District is undergoing massive change, and this is just the latest example.
The Asheville Arts and Culture Dispensary will have a visitor information kiosk, as well as public parking and public restrooms.
Appraisals and negotiations will follow as the city condemns property to realign Riverside Drive in the River Arts District.