Tickets are on sale now for Asheville Oktoberfest.
The Confluence music festival and conference, set for August, features some key talent from the Asheville music industry scene.
Also, the Princess Anne Hotel wants to convert its private dining room into a restaurant open to the public, and more.
Yellow Feather will perform Saturday at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain, along with singer-songwriter Taylor Martin.
Also, there's an amazing pop-up show at Horse + Hero with an artist reception on Friday, and more.
Catch a new art exhibition at Satellite Gallery by Peter Parpan, see Jane Kramer at Altamont Theatre, and much more.
John Silver hopes to begin serving beer in downtown Burnsville this spring.
Specializing in raucous bar-room piano rock, The Screaming J’s bring a truckload of energy to the stage.
Also, a new business called GEARU specializing in providing outdoor gear to locals through a membership program, and more.
The series of events includes a passport program encouraging folks to visit each brewery to collect Parkway Beer Passport stickers.
Robert Earl Keen plays at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain tonight.
The June 21 show will benefit the Asheville nonprofit, which helps indigent people with legal services.
Also, Franzi Charen is appointed to the Asheville Downtown Commission, James Fisher leaves the Asheville Citizen-Times for the Asheville Ale Trail, and more.
Jason Caughman, former of Pisgah Brewing, is set for his craft beer return in South Carolina.
Ward and Smith attorneys Derek Allen and Hayley Wells offer details on what ALE and ABC officials discussed with mountain brewers.
In its most high-profile action in years, N.C. ALE cited 10 Asheville-area craft breweries for a host of alleged alcohol law offenses.
Check out this short documentary film by Warren Wilson College students about the threat of illegal harvesting to ginseng in WNC.
Three salamander species are found nowhere else in the world by Hickory Nut Gorge.
Over the past decade, Pisgah Brewing has been a key collaborator in raising awareness, and money, to help protect the environment.
Pisgah Brewing will release its first in a series of "conservation brews" celebrating Western North Carolina's treasured environment.
Get out and explore the Hickory Nut Gorge.
A series of events in April in Asheville will mark exactly 10 years from the first kegs ever sold to participating locations.
Also, Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain celebrates its 10th anniversary and Asheville entrepreneur champion Pam Lewis moves to Colorado.
Also: The Citizen-Times to move distribution back to downtown location, Burial Beer expands its hours, more.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
Fonta Flora Brewery in Morganton, which just opened a year ago, also won a gold medal for one of its beers.
Acoustic Syndicate, Shane Pruitt Band and Friends and Phuncle Sam will all perform at the event to benefit WNCW, FATE and Habitat for Humanity.
Check out some fun shots from the Bartender Winter Games on Sunday at Pisgah Brewing.
Nine local restaurants will compete in events like Pisgah can curling and Wii ice dancing.
This week in beer, it's all about the packaging.
Chefs Jason Rowland and Andrew Pratt will serve up a Southern-style frogmore stew.
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Toubab Krewe, Sol Driven Train, The Broadcast and more will play the mini-music fest at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain.
The Food Network is hitting up Ultimate Ice Cream, Pisgah Brewing and more for show segments.
A new local brew arrives courtesy of Blind Pig, Pisgah Brewing and "Preserve," a local foodie film project.