Some of the personal attacks verged on being petty and bitter as the debate Saturday night wore on.
This year’s grand prize winner will receive a fully funded six-song EP, recorded and mixed at Asheville own Echo Mountain Recording Studios, and more.
Also, Asheville set another monthly rainfall record, and much more.
Also, the Asheville Grappling Academy is planning to open, and more.
Also, details about 2018 AIR Passports on sale now, the 2018 Asheville Restaurant Week and much more.
Also, the Magnetic Theatre has ousted its artistic director, and much more.
Also, Famous Toastery and Kids Garden AVL are planned for the Whole Foods shopping center on Tunnel Road, and more.
Tony Kiss will join Ashvegas in covering the release of Highland Brewing's uber-popular seasonal Cold Mountain ale later this week.
Is Asheville a town in which any interest or entity can simply purchase the ability to brand us as their own?
Also, a new shop selling vinyl records, video games and more is planning to open in West Asheville.
Also, Navitat Knoxville, Atomic Furnishing on the move, Tasty Beverage gets going and much more.
Also, what's up with Asheville Growler? And downtown Asheville location of Twisted Laurel restaurant sets opening date.
Salvage Station, at 665 Riverside Drive, will also have three river access points and a 450-space parking lot.
The Mountain Xpress reports that the LAB has put an indefinite hold on music shows and may cut out live music all together.
David Forbes says the union drive is "far from over."
Reporter David Forbes' move comes as he seeks to unionize Xpress employees.
The action comes as some Mountain Xpress employees have been attempting to organize a union.
Xpress says criticism about the lack of diversity in its story is an opportunity for ongoing dialogue.
An open letter to the alt weekly expresses dismay at "a version of history that excludes women and people of color."
Layoffs at the Asheville Citizen-Times, a shocking "Daily Show" interview with a conservative activist and a shake-up at Mountain Xpress all made news.
The move comes amid a wave of recent staff resignations at the alternative news weekly.
The retreat-style gathering is tailored specifically to publishers, owners and senior managers.
Max Cooper goes on to say that it's a tough time for Asheville's media family, and he hopes everyone involved finds peace.
Former Mountain Xpress photog Max Cooper, in a letter to Xpress editor Margaret Williams, asks for answers to the internal turmoil. His answer? You're fired.
The departures from Asheville's alt news weekly continue.
Ten of about 30 Xpress emotes have left in the past two months.
Employees of Asheville's alt weekly are shocked and dismayed by the resignations, which apparently are not connected.
Residents of Rosman set a pond near the camp on fire and threatened more violence. The campers quickly got out.
Happening Saturday at the Greagle, this annual event honors the best of local with music, comedy, trivia, a drag show and more.
Sitel faced charges including threatening to fire a worker for participating in union organizing.
The Asheville location of Sitel, a call center operator with 600 employees, issued a memo this week in response to a Mountain Xpress story published Wednesday that detailed efforts by Sitel employees to unionize. Xpress ...
Come celebrate with a launch party open to the public from 5-8 p.m. on Aug. 17 at the Grove Arcade.
The longtime former advertising chief at Mountain Xpress, who most recently has been at WNC magazine, joins the newspaper.
It's a primo beat. Details from the job posting.
Melanie McGee-Bianchi is a talented, experienced and well-known freelance writer in Asheville.
The new hires join the newspaper as it begins charging for its online content.
Artfully done, it's still an obscene gesture.
On May 21, Ashvegas alerted readers that local media outlets were considering suing to force the release of an audit report done following reports of money and drugs missing from the Asheville Police Department’s evidence ...
The Mountain Xpress is looking to fire up its blog advertising network and bring those bloggers together again. Here’s the note Xpress web editor Steve Shanafelt is sending out: xxxxxx, Thanks for writing. It’s a ...