Ert’s Pernernced “Derner Kerberb…” Yeah, Americans and ümlauts. We don’t quite know what to do with them. Who here pronounces the ümlauts in Mötörhead? Anyone? Anyone? Büeller? I didn’t think so. What about the word “döner?” As in: The Döner – Kebabs & Falafels, which is a brand new food vendor out there at The Asheville Mall on Tunnel Road[Read More…]
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More of what’s going around: -The owners Belly Up Truck food truck have announced that they’re planning to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 507 Haywood Road in West Asheville. It will be called Haywood Common. -Sky Zone trampoline park is finally open in south Asheville. Finally. -John Fleer is a finalist for a James Beard Award this year, in the[Read More…]
Also, the Buncombe County Board of Adjustment meets this week, and much more.
Merlefest will celebrate its 30th anniversary in April. This show will offer a great preview of the talent at the event.
Also, photographer Lydia See will celebrate the opening of a new exhibition on Feb. 16, and much more.
Also, ticket and concession sales stats from December’s Christmas Jam, and much more.
Monday is the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, featuring a planned march/rally and a candlelight vigil in downtown Asheville.
Hovering just out of the top 10 are “The Witch,” “The Nice Guys,” “Black Mass” and “Game of Thrones Season 5.”
More of what’s going around: -Gatlinburg update: Officials are now saying that 11 people died in the fires, with the investigation ongoing. Some 80 people were treated for injuries, some severe. More than 700 homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed. More than 17,000 acres burned, including acreage in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where the fire started along[Read More…]
The late-night night dance parties at The Admiral restaurant in West Asheville will stop at the end of the year. It’s the end of one of Asheville’s most beloved late-night dance traditions. The dance parties at the Admiral started up in 2007, about the same time that West Asheville’s comeback started and the city’s food scene began to get wider[Read More…]
Also, a new food truck called Crazy Burger is coming to West Asheville, and more.
Fifth Season Gardening Co. has announced that it is closing its hydroponics supply shop on Banks Avenue on Asheville’s South Slope on Dec. 23. It will be interesting to see what happens with that location, a hot development spot with Vortex Doughnuts, Catawba Brewing, Buxton Hall Barbecue and Banks Ave. bar all nearby. In its newsletter announcement, Fifth Season notes[Read More…]
Also, both the Jon Stickley Trio and Resonant Rogues are crowdfunding new albums, and more.
Vermont Avenue will be shut down for the big trick-or-treating event.
Also, the city of Asheville is seeking design plans for a new fire station on Broadway, and much more.
The new restaurant is adjacent to the new UpCountry Brewing, the former Altamont Brewing on Haywood Road.
Tons of vinyl and CDs on sale.
Also, a play based on Asheville’s Waking Life coffee shop scandal will hit the stage soon, and more.
Move through West Asheville, learn about the area’s history, collect cards and be eligible to win tickets to New Belgium’s big anniversary party in August.
The auditions are set to begin in West Asheville on Sunday and run through Tuesday.
Also, Asheville YogaFest is coming up in July, and much more.
Tastee will stop serving breakfast and will start focusing on lunch and dinner.