Also, there's a Waldo hunt happening around town, and more.
Here's what you need to know to plan your July Fourth holiday.
Also, White Labs is moving closer to opening its new tap room and restaurant on Charlotte Street, and more.
Summer Rayne Oakes will sign copies of her new cookbook, SugarDetoxMe, at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Malaprop's in downtown Asheville.
If you’re feeling anything like we are about 2016, you’re ready to wave goodbye and turn over a new page. This New Year’s weekend, we’ve got a list of the hippest and most happening things ...
Also, The Blackbird restaurant is under new management, and more.
The "first flapper" helped usher in The Roaring '20s.
Also, there's word on the street that Lafayette restaurant in downtown has closed, and much more.
Singer's selfie showers some love on Asheville's revered indy book shop.
Also, a new West Asheville blog, Frugal Backpacker to open, unveiling ceremony for a new mural, and more.
The young adult novel is Perkins' third, and all have earned high praise from readers and critics.
This is an extremely timely talk considering the violence in the Mideast right now.
Patterson, a best-selling author, has pledged to $1 million to indy booksellers, and the first round of grants has gone out.
Also, an exquisite dinner date at The Venue, complete with a four-course meal and entertainment by members of the Asheville Symphony Orchestra.
Did you know Virginian author Vess is a fan of Asheville, and Malaprop's?
Aiken sings in tribute to Cooper, who appears to sign and discuss his female-to-male memoir.
From the Malaprop’s website: *WHAT: *Pitchapalooza is American Idol for books (only without Simon). Twenty writers will be selected at random to pitch their book. Each writer gets one minute– and only one minute– to ...
Here’s the word from loyal reader Carol: according to the bookstore (Malaprop’s), US Weekly magazine is shooting a spread on the Hunger Games filming, and is featuring malaprops because the cast hung out there a ...
Malaprop’s Bookstore and Cafe will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Jan. 1 with a big annual sale. The independently owned bookstore is an Asheville institution. Emoke B’Racz opened the store in 1982. It had a ...