Also, the former North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association has morphed into the Southeast Hemp Association with 650 members in seven states, and more.
Also, construction should be starting soon on the new outdoor performance venue on Coxe Avenue; and much more.
Your quick video guide to what's happening around Asheville the weekend of June 24.
Also, the Alabama Shakes have moved their April 26 concert in Asheville from the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium to the U.S. Cellular Center.
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Also, there's a new "Masterminds" movie trailer out and an end to the heat wave.
Preliminary plans call for 32 one- and two-bedroom units and one commercial space, with apartment rents ranging from $850 to $1,450 a month.
Artists Ian Wilkinson and Alex Irvine are asking for $5,000 after going the extra mile on Asheville's brand new public art piece.
For the last time this year, the public is invited out to the party on the pool deck of the Aloft Hotel. Proceeds benefit Charlies Angels Animal Rescue.
The Aloft Hotel is hosting the show, which is sponsored by Paste magazine and Starwood. The idea is to promote Aloft and area music.
Aloft has teamed with Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue to have adoptable dogs hang out in the hotel for guests to meet.
The first event - set for Aug. 31 - is pet-friendly and features the live music of local favorite Lyric.
Party-goers enjoyed a perfect spring evening as they sipped Wicked Weed beer and listened to celebrity DJs mix some music.
The 51 Biltmore public art project is "intended to enhance the sense of local identity in downtown Asheville," according to the call.
McKibbon, which just opened the Aloft Hotel and plans to build another across from the U.S. Cellular Center, plans to remake the 17-story BB&T into a boutique hotel.
The Blackbird opening has been pushed back. No date yet. Stay tuned.
Yes, it's a hotel. It's also a bar (Wxyz), a breakfast bar (re:fuel) and a restaurant (The Blackbird, formerly of Black Mountain).
The Aloft lot opened Tuesday and now provides 404 more places to park downtown, amen.
Sources tell us that the Aloft hotel will not have a Starbucks, just a coffee bar serving Starbucks coffee.
Ashvegas told you back on June 4th that the Black Bird Tavern, a popular eatery in Black Mountain, was coming to downtown Asheville. Now we’ve got more details. In addition to the information below, note ...