Also, ASAP has an interim farmers market up and running every Thursday and Saturday on the campus of A-B Tech, complete with fresh produce and fresh rules for social distancing.
Asheville City Council is scheduled to set a public hearing on a hotel development moratorium at its Sept. 10 meeting.
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's poetry slam scene is experiencing a resurgence, and more.
The N.C. Highway Patrol has deployed new "ghost cars" across the state to combat DWI, and more.
Hotel guests who put out a door hanger that says "We Fed a Family" will trigger a $2 donation from the hotel to MANNA Food Bank.
There are more than a dozen new Asheville hotels either under construction or in the planning phase.
Also, it looks like the issue of district elections for Asheville City Council will once again come before state lawmakers.
At least seven new restaurants, from seafood to tapas, are planned to open in downtown Asheville.
Members of the Asheville Downtown Commission said last week that standards for development should be clearly expressed.
Hoteliers are looking outside the city's core as downtown becomes saturated with new hotel plans and construction.
Also, the Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau revises hotel occupancy numbers for October, and much more.
The Frommer's blunder pulls apart Asheville community. It obscures the story of Asheville. It disrespects the city's soul.
Hotel occupancy rates in Asheville are expected to slightly surpass a pre-recession record high set in 2007.
Restaurant and hotel recommendations, as well as a late-night dining guide.