Bill Murray, co-owner of the Charleston RiverDogs, may have been in town to watch his team play the Asheville Tourists earlier this week.
The founders of Cat Fly Fest spill their guts about collaboration in the arts, Cat Fly Halloween, and the best recipe for fake blood.
Alamo Drafthouse lures moviegoers with amenities including craft beer and gourmet food offerings.
Channing Tatum is perhaps best known for his "Magic Mike" movies.
The movies start Aug. 26.
Also, Richard Patino and Jannette Montenegro are the new owners of the Cotton Mill Studios, and more.
Also, the UNC Asheville women's basketball team is red hot heading into tournament time, and more.
"Designed for Drama” showcases more than 40 award-winning movie costumes from films based on favorite books in the collection of George Vanderbilt.
Also, Beautcatcher Cinemas screened its last movies, and more.
The new movie theater on South French Broad Avenue will feature three screens, concessions and an array of film offerings.
"Spotlight," a film about an investigation by a group of newspaper reporters, was a clear consensus winner among the voters.
A new retailer arrives as a couple of other relative newcomers to Haywood Road are closing.
The 250-seat, two-screen theater is expected to open in 2016.
Also, Girls Rock Asheville launches a crowdfunding campaign, free bubble soccer and more.
With all the talk about movie-making in Asheville this summer, Colton Daugherty, Claire Clayton and Geno Segers recently sat down to talk about their experiences in the entertainment business.
Feature films, shorts, documentaries, animated movies will all be screened at the Phil Mechanics.
The low-budget period film is looking for a hand.
The founders screen independent, experimental, avant-garde, and documentary films and videos in different locations each month.
The film festival started Nov. 2 and rolls on through the weekend.
The first full day of films and workshops has plenty to offer.
Prestige Subaru is the sponsor. Top prize is $500.
Rejoice, local movie lovers! Another great roundup from Ashvegas' Edwin Arnaudin.
The movies should be one of the places where we can set aside worldly concerns and relax with confidence.
The third go-round remains fresh, bringing plentiful surprises and mining its subjects to previously unexplored depths.
Press release here: As previously announced, ActionFest 2012 opens with the Regional Premiere of Michael J. Bassett’s Solomon Kane starring James Purefoy (Rome, Ironclad) in the beautiful Diana Wortham Theatre in downtown Asheville. The closing ...