The Lexington Avenue Arts and Fun Festival returns to downtown Asheville on Sunday, September 6th from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. The festival is open to all ages and is free!
Brewgrass Festival, Asheville’s original beer festival, is proud to announce the first wave of participating breweries for its 19th annual event on Saturday, September 19th, 2015 at Memorial Stadium.
Tickets are now on sale for of Montreal’s upcoming show at The Grey Eagle on September 20th. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 on the day of the show.
The City of Asheville is planning to improve Livingston Street and a portion of Depot Street with an approach called Complete Streets Improvements. The goal of the project is to make the street safe and comfortable for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users.
The joint UNC Asheville / NC State University Mechatronics Engineering Program is offering a new opportunity for high school students interested in robotics.
An enterprising young man recently pioneered a project to preserve a piece of history that wasn’t necessarily forgotten, but just hidden.
The American Association of State Climatologists has announced it will locate the organization’s headquarters and first full-time executive director in Asheville.
Funding grants for the City of Asheville’s 1-2-3 Graffiti Free initiative continue through Sept. 30. After that date, the City’s removal assistance program will be discontinued.
Indigenous people of the Andes Mountains in South America have farmed the nuña bean (a.k.a. “Peruvian Popping bean”) as a staple crop for centuries.
There’s only one month left of summer and it’s starting to show at area farmers tailgate markets.
Have you ever wondered what happens behind the “STAFF ONLY” doors at the WNC Nature Center?
Asheville’s downtown throngs with many activities that collectively create a unique and vibrant sense of place. Balancing its many uses is an ongoing process in an ever-changing downtown.