Second Gear opened in West Asheville in 2004.
From her time with The Rebelles to spotlighting fellow can-do lady bosses, Rose Kaz seeks inspiration at every turn.
The new studio is the work of Leslie Rogers, founder of Trillium Dance Company, and Lucy Howard, founder of Helix Pole Performance.
Ten Thousand Villages will kick off its celebration with a May 11 reception.
The businesses include everything from apparel makers to a taco shop.
Sue Ford has been leading a middle school marimba band for the past 12 years.
The T-shirt printing business is growing quickly and requires more room, owner Mike Rangel says.
Asheville Grown's "Go Local" card makes a great Christmas gift, y'all.
Online giant Ziff Davis completed its acquisition of Everyday Health today.
The downtown shop was Asheville's longest-lived independent music shop.
The beloved neighborhood video shop has more than 12,000 videos in its collection.
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, ...
If you're in the construction business in Asheville, you're gonna want to attend an open house meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday.
We’re helping our friends at East Fork Pottery celebrate the Grand Opening of their new storefront on Lexington Avenue in downtown Asheville this weekend with a special giveaway. Details below.
East Fork plans to open its retail location in November; its big sale is Saturday.
Tons of vinyl and CDs on sale.
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 prize packages include two pairs of BANGS Shoes, two Blue Ridge Chair Works chairs and much more.
One goal of the app is to turn tourists into engaged visitors, a UGoTour spokesman says.
A mock weightlifting meet is set for 12:30 p.m. on Saturday at the gym.
Greg Mayer is one of Asheville's best known computer fix-it guys.
Beer City Crossfit is inviting the public to come visit during a community open house on June 18.
SleepSwag masks can be purchased online, at at several Asheville-area retail shops.
Participating businesses will donate a portion of proceeds on June 11 to LGBTQ nonprofits.
Register now for the 6-week class.
The party will include food, beer and giveaways.
Scout Boutique opened in April.
Campbell started his advertising career in Asheville in 1985 with Price/McNabb Advertising.
Chapel Hill-based Southern Season, founded in 1975, is a specialty foods store that features gourmet foods, wines, housewares.
ScaleUp WNC launched last year.
The Pit offers a second bar and tons of space for games.
Trick out a high-tech home, buy wholesale items or simply update a bathroom with the help of ProSource.
Perez and her husband, Tomas Aguilar, are buying the business from Jodi Rhoden, who started the bakery a decade ago.
The business is having a grand opening event Feb. 11.
How about 13,000 feet of connected trampolines forming one big jumping surface, Asheville?
French Broad Chocolates wants locals to be the first to taste four new chocolates, and to check out new storybook-inspired packaging.
Bring the brew to you with this PBR remote control cooler, complete with lights, built-in speakers.
The newspaper is fighting a losing battle: steep price increases drive down the sale of single copies of the newspaper.
Will other restaurants follow the Blue Dream Curry lead?
The traditional local barbershop is back, this time with a little Beer City USA flavor.
Lots of action on the grocery store beat, as usual.
It's shaping up to be another big year in beer for Asheville.
Who might it be?
Towels for $1, panties for $2 and cookware for $5. Early Christmas shoppers, you can't go wrong.