Also, Sunshine Sammies is open and serving ice cream sandwiches and other treats curbside from their ice cream truck, which is parked in front of their South Lexington Avenue shop, and more.
The Bier Haus project calls for the renovation of the building at 34 S. Lexington Ave., which is adjacent to Button & Co. bagel shop.
The owner of the MTN Merch retail shops in Biltmore Village and downtown Asheville embodies a single-mom success story.
Also, there's a big new economic development announcement for the Enka Commerce Park, and more.
Also, have you checked out the Sweet Cheesus food truck yet? And much more.
Also, Asheville Regional Airport security personnel will start wearing body cameras under a new policy approved last week, and more.
Also, "overtourism" is a new buzzword, and much more.
The N.C. Highway Patrol has deployed new "ghost cars" across the state to combat DWI, and more.
One woman, Gnelle Israel, has managed the lunch counter for the majority of the time it's been open.
Simple Cafe and Juice Bar is coming to Haywood Road in West Asheville.
Also, the New Mountain AVL music venue is available for lease, and more.
Also, Asheville actor Alphie Hyorth has a significant role in the hit film "I, Tonya," and more.
The coffeehouse giant's search once again brings up the controversial topic of whether big chains should be welcome in downtown Asheville.
Also, artist Jonas Gerard is set to celebrate 10 years in Asheville, and more.
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Also, ticket and concession sales stats from December's Christmas Jam, and much more.
Also, the work on Pritchard Park will start up in January.
We’re helping our friends at East Fork Pottery celebrate the Grand Opening of their new storefront on Lexington Avenue in downtown Asheville this weekend with a special giveaway. Details below.
The new owner plans to retain staff and continue to operate as is.
East Fork plans to open its retail location in November; its big sale is Saturday.
Organizers are planning on the festival's return in 2017.
The nonprofit sponsor of the event, Arts 2 People, is looking for partners, artists, supporters and collaborators for the rebranded event.
The property includes four buildings on two of Asheville's most eclectic streets, Broadway and Lexington Avenue.
Izzy's new West Asheville location offers a quick service option, as well as beer and wine selections for evening patrons.
Rosetta's is known as much for its food as it is for its namesake and community-minded founder, Rosetta Buan.
The store has stirred discontent among some who want downtown to remain free of big national chains.
Hello Asheville! The eighth and latest episode of the AVL Food Fans podcast has been recorded, posted, and is currently available to listen to and download, and you can even get it for free from the iTunes store! As always, Chef Joe ...
Help Mela celebrate its 10th birthday.
Anthropologie plans to open next door to Lexington Avenue Brewery.
The planned 8,400-square-foot store is scheduled to be open before the end of the year.
The retail chains and hotel chains are coming, downtown Asheville, so deal with it.
Will Anthropologie, which was hot on a location on Patton Avenue two years, end up on Lexington Avenue?
Broadways has been a reliable downtown watering hole for years.
The new Lafayette restaurant will feature Cajun and Creole food and is scheduled to be open May 1.
The taco joint opened in the former Boca location on Lexington Avenue in 2013.
HiveMind is just the latest in a wave of crafter brewers open, or planning to open, on Asheville's Beer Slope south of downtown.
Second Gear's two locations are holding year-end sales; its last day of sales downtown is set for Jan. 4.
The new glassblowing workshop and gallery is opening in an old automotive shop on Asheville's South Slope.
The bar at Moto Vicious' 99 S. Lexington Ave. location will start with four taps for beer, as well as wine.
The Emerald Lounge has been up for sale since May.
The event venue will be called RendezVous. The new Creole/Cajun restaurant has been dubbed Lafayette. The whole complex will be branded Asheville French Quarter.
The Emerald Lounge, on North Lexington Avenue, is up for sale.
Signs up at the craft brewery and music venue on Lexington Avenue announce the sudden closure.
The festival dream team plans to draw on deep experience with Asheville events to create a new signature fest.
The restaurant opened in March, then closed suddenly.
Lex 18 just opened in March.
The bar is a prime location on one of Asheville's most eclectic streets. Purchase price: $69,000.
There's action brewing on North Lexington Avenue in downtown Asheville.