Founders of Looking Glass Creamery, Firewalker Hot Sauce and Postre Caramels are the other featured guests.
The Taste of Asheville is set for Nov. 21 at The Venue in Asheville.
Stop pining away in fantasyland and go for it.
Also, a new baker's collaborative in Asheville is planning its first pop-up even on Wednesday at Fleetwood's in West Asheville, and more.
Also, plans for the major redevelopment of the Sears property at the Asheville Mall have once again been continued, and more.
Kitty Tsunami and Self-Help will join The Nude Party on stage for the Wednesday evening show.
The Bier Haus project calls for the renovation of the building at 34 S. Lexington Ave., which is adjacent to Button & Co. bagel shop.
Also, Down Dog Bar & Yoga Studio is a new business in the works that would combine a yoga studio with a dog bar, and much more.
Also, Chef Steven Goff of AUX Bar in Asheville was recently named the North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association's "chef of the year" following a cook-off competition.
How an Asheville restaurant crew went to New York City to serve up a prestigious dinner at the James Beard House.
"Robert Hunter’s lucid visions painted a landscape across my most formative years," says Josh Blake.
The downtown police district proposal faced criticism when it was first proposed about two years ago.
Packs Tavern will host a "dining day out" to benefit the Bahamas Red Cross Society on Wednesday (Sept. 18).
The city of Asheville plans to contract with Robert C. White, a retired former police chief, to serve in the interim.
Tickets are on sale now for Asheville Oktoberfest.
The new firm, Allen, Stahl & Kilbourne, is set to be up and running full bore in October.
The new, expanded shop will be located at 2 Westgate Parkway (previously Autostar in Westgate plaza).
The existing coal-fired units will retire no later than January 2020 after the new plant starts serving customers at the end of this year.
Asheville City Council is scheduled to set a public hearing on a hotel development moratorium at its Sept. 10 meeting.
The Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission is the next stop for Jettie Rae's Fish n' Such, proposed to built along Riverside Drive.
Also, Pansy Fest music festival and Another Carolina Anarchist Bookfair will be held on the same August weekend, and more.
GateHouse Media, which owns more than 150 newspapers in the U.S. and is backed by an investment company, plans to buy Gannett Co., the second largest newspaper company in the U.S.
The Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission approved a slightly revised plan that calls for a 138-room hotel, 37 condos and about 1,100 square feet of commercial space.
In Buncombe County, the median home sale price hit $319,500, an all-time high, in the second quarter of 2019.
Also, the True Confections bake shop at Grove Arcade has closed, and more.
The Create 72 Broadway project was approved by the Asheville Downtown Commission at its July meeting.
Also, New Belgium has teamed up with Push Skateshop and Brainstorm Skateboards to make a limited number of boards featuring local artists, and more.
The projects are scheduled to be heard at the Aug. 19 meeting of the Asheville Technical Review Committee.
The blended spice packets can be found all over Asheville, from The Chop Shop Butchery to Earth Fare and beyond.
Also, Nantahala Brewing has a new chief operating officer, and much more.
The first lineup announcement will come at International Bluegrass Music Association World of Bluegrass festivities in Raleigh in late September.
Also, Axeville Throwing Club is planning to open a second location in south Asheville, and much more.
An Asheville City Council committee will meet on Aug. 29 to discuss whether to move forward with a moratorium on new hotel construction.
Also, Asheville has organized a chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and more.
Zillicoah Beer has invited about 30 breweries to participate, and is partnering with Buxton Hall BBQ on food.
The future of the hemp industry in North Carolina hangs in the balance, say industrial hemp advocates.