Post Tagged with: "River Arts District"

No health insurance required at new River Arts District family medicine practice in Asheville

Integrative Family Medicine is keeping its overheard low by not accepting health insurance and thus offering holistic health care at super-cheap prices. From the clinic’s newsletter: The Integrative Life Program is our solution and we are confident that through exploring this model with patients and other health care practitioners we can further develop this solution together. By applying the principles[Read More…]

by April 23, 2012 3 comments Asheville News

Asheville puts out request for proposals for infrastructure improvements near River Arts District

Here come the changes to the River Arts District. Press release here: The City of Asheville is requesting proposals from design professionals to design, permit and provide construction management services for infrastructure improvements on Craven Street. North Carolina Registered Landscape Architects and/or Civil Engineers are invited to submit proposals for the project on or before April 25, 2012. The scope[Read More…]

by April 9, 2012 0 comments Asheville News
Asheville’s River Arts District to expand studio strolls

Asheville’s River Arts District to expand studio strolls

Press release here, courtesy of loyal reader Brandy: Hi Jason, I’ve spoken to you a couple of times, you posted my studio Planet Art’s opening (thank you!), and then I’ve bumped into you at the Go Local thingy at The Hop and in Reciprocity. I am part of the Second Saturday committee for the River Arts District. We are launching[Read More…]

by April 9, 2012 1 comment Asheville features

Asheville’s River Arts District ablaze with activity, New Belgium aside

Asheville’s River Arts District is ablaze with activity, aside from the big news that New Belgium Brewing Co. plans to build its East Coast brewing operation there. There are all kinds of projects in the works. And get down there. Here’s a look: -Sternberg’s view: I interviewed Jerry Sternberg for a Citizen-Times story about New Belgium’s impact on the River[Read More…]

by April 8, 2012 0 comments Asheville News

New vision for old stockyard in River Arts District: a brewery? a big music venue?

The River Arts District property that once served as a regional stockyard has been in the news a lot lately. It has been rumored to be the spot where New Belgium Brewing is looking to build its new East Coast brewery. It’s owners have also envisioned a 40,000-person capacity music venue there. The location was up for rezoning last week.[Read More…]

by March 15, 2012 6 comments Asheville News

When (and if) New Belgium moves to Asheville, what will impact be?

I’m tired of the all the rumors about New Belgium Brewing planning to build its East Coast brewery here in Asheville. I’ve heard so many, for so long, and delivered with such certainty, that I’m just going to start assuming it will happen. I know what people saw about assuming anything. But it’s time to advance the conversation. If New[Read More…]

by March 12, 2012 10 comments Asheville food and drink

Pecha Kucha, art and design event, coming to River Arts District

Here’s the press release: Please join us for our 5th installment of PKN – Asheville. As you may already know, PKN is a great event which focuses on Art and Design, featuring local designers and artist who are bold enough to share what inspires them through a short slide show. It is a global design forum with a local event[Read More…]

by January 18, 2012 0 comments Asheville arts

The Lift Studios, new digs in River Arts District, now open

Here’s the great note from loyal reader Daniel, who wants folks to know about his new studio in Asheville’s River Arts District: And to elaborate on what The Lift is… my wife Michelle and I bought and renovated an old (1907) building on depot st and are operating as a working studio and gallery for my artwork (which you can[Read More…]

by December 16, 2011 3 comments Asheville arts

The Magnetic Field celebrates one-year anniversary in Asheville; win hot tickets now

The Magnetic Field restaurant and theater is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month. The Depot Street hot spot has been cranking out great food, and amazing all-original theater, in incredibly fine fashion. Proprietor Chall Gray is a friend of mine, but I really can’t think of anyone else doing a more fun and creative job with that combination. If you[Read More…]

by December 14, 2011 5 comments Asheville features

The Asheville Public plans to open Dec. 19 in the River Arts District

The Asheville Public, the restaurant taking over the former Silver Dollar Cafe space on Clingman Avenue in the River Arts District, is planning to open to the public Dec. 19. The space is looking great. Here’s more from a story about TAP I wrote for the Asheville Citizen-Times that was published Saturday: The Asheville Public was clattering with noise of[Read More…]

by December 11, 2011 0 comments Asheville food and drink
Two new restaurants prepare to open in Asheville: The Asheville Public and Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Two new restaurants prepare to open in Asheville: The Asheville Public and Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Two new restaurants – The Asheville Public and Ruth’s Chris Steak House – are preparing to open soon, adding more choices to Asheville’s juicy restaurant scene. The Asheville Public plans to open within two weeks, according to its page on Facebook. The restaurant is opening in the River Arts District, in the space formerly occupied by The Silver Dollar. The[Read More…]

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