Local outfitters in the River Arts District have banded together to form the Asheville Riverfront Alliance as recreation increases along the French Broad River in Asheville.
The movie depicts a post apocalyptic world where the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers.
Alternate headline - "Graffiti in Asheville: it's still an issue."
The property was home to studio space and galleries of several Asheville artists until last summer.
Also, Amazing Pizza Co. plans to sell pizza by the slice on Haywood Road, Parkway Bistro is set to open on Hendersonville Road and more.
Owner Robert Camille says he's hired a commercial Realtor to sell the property after city officials earlier this year deemed the buildings too dangerous to occupy.
Also, more on the Hagan vs. Tillis battle for North Carolina's U.S. Senate seat.
Burners and BBQ will feature street artists and music at The Odditorium and The Mothlight in West Asheville this Labor Day weekend.
Also, a graffiti cleanse is underway in Asheville, city officials cut power to eight buildings home to artists in the River Arts District and more.
Aerosal artist Gus Cutty curates work by Trek 6, Ishmael, Ted Harper, others.
Asheville police arrested two 20-something men recently. Meantime, somebody tagged the beautiful trout mural on the side of Hunter Banks.
A 28-year-old Western Carolina University student was arrested April 1 for tagging Carolina Lane.
The arrest follows increased community attention and concern about graffiti in Asheville.
City council voted 5-2 to establish a controversial special tax district downtown.