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The featured music will showcase teachers and students covering The Beatles’ "Magical Mystery Tour" album in its entirety with full instrumentation.
Kat Williams has been a staple on the Asheville music scene for nearly two decades.
The series of events includes a passport program encouraging folks to visit each brewery to collect Parkway Beer Passport stickers.
Items up for bid cover the gamut from original art to private yoga sessions, house concerts and much more.
The Asheville Museum of Science is the new iteration of the Colburn Earth Science Museum.
The June 21 show will benefit the Asheville nonprofit, which helps indigent people with legal services.
If you like The Beatles, you're in for a treat: AMS teachers and students will cover the classic "Abbey Road" album in its entirety.
The event includes a silent auction and slideshow.
The goal of the events is to raise money for the families of Kayah Gaydish and Ryan Conrad.
Ryan Conrad will head to Duke Medical Center on Tuesday to get a full prognosis.
Stu is giving up his favorite cheeseburger at Bull and Beggar for the next two weeks so he can give to MANNA.
Free workshops for artists and much more.
The show is a fundraiser for the Pisgah Division of the March of Dimes.
The benefit shows, at Flat Rock Playhouse and Asheville Community Theatre, are set for Jan. 23 and 27. Tickets are still available.
Each business has designated one item for the 12 Days of Giving. Ten percent of proceeds of the sale of that item will go to three Asheville nonprofits that feed and clothe homeless people.
Open Hearts brings art-related activities to adults with disabilities.
Pleasure Chest and Blind Boy Chocolate and the Milk Sheiks will perform, and attendees are encouraged to dress in their best "hiker chic."
Sam Wharton is a local bluegrass musician who worked at Greenlife. His friends and family have launched a crowd-funding effort to raise money for medical bills.
Tickets are $100 a pop, but you get access to a mysterious castle and you benefit LEAF Schools & Streets.
The "Beer for Gear" event will help raise money for a community health clinic in Kenya.
The event will be held at Altamont Theatre on Church Street.
The dress designs were fantastic Monday night during the fundraising fashion show at Asheville Community Theatre.
Check out these photos from a weekend fashion show.
The fashion show is set for 7 p.m. on June 15 at The Mill Room.
The release of the video this week coincides with a $50,000 fundraising push to fund improvements at Graveyard Fields.
The fundraising event will be held at historic Hangar Hall on June 6.
Herman Boone will be the keynote at the Buncombe County School Foundation's 30th anniversary luncheon in September.
Check out these fun photos from the event.
Keyboardist Erik Norlander and his band will perform. The instruments are a 1967 Moog Modular, an early Minimoog Model D, and a rare Moog Apollo.
The ride benefits LIVESTRONG at the YMCA. It will be the first since Masterton died earlier this year.
Music by Brushfire Stankgrass, and your ticket includes food and drink as well.
The tribute to Motown's Eddie Holland will feature River Guerguerian, Josh Blake, Debrissa McKinney, Jim Arrendell and more.
The night includes performances by students, faculty, as well as Josh Blake's Jukebox, The Secret B-Sides, Vertigo Jazz Project, Zansa and more.
Come out to 5 Walnut from 5-9 p.m. on Thursday to raise money for Camp Tikvah.
Scenes from the Bike Love at The Isis.
Folks turned out in Valentine's Day style at The Isis in West Asheville for the party.
The Pages Opening People Project seeks to increase literacy by offering books to more people.
Contribute, get a workout in and support Lauren Cox of Asheville, who is planning a bicycle ride to benefit women's health.
Ben's has more happening, including a Naughty List Party, tree trimming party and dance parties on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
The trucks will be serving food Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 16-20 on Woodfin Street.
LoLo, the new loyalty program created by Asheville entrepreneur Clark Harris, will give $2 to Brother Wolf every new LoLo sign up.
The Asheville community rallied this past year around Crosby, who died in October after a bout with pancreatic cancer.
DixonPacifica Real Estate of Asheville is sponsoring the event in conjunction with CrossFit Pisgah.
The money raised will go to a program that provides shelter for homeless women.
Lauren Cox, a former MAHEC intern, will be cycling across the U.S. and Asia to raise money for MAHEC Women's Health Fund.
Tickets are $15 online and $20 at the door, all to benefit Xander, a local 2-year-old battling leukemia.
The event is the League's fall kick-off. The screening will be held at Carolina Cinemas.