The Orange Peel welcomes one of its favorite Brooklyn originals, They Might Be Giants, back to its stage on Friday, January 19th.
Clyde A. Erwin High School senior Kasiah Harper smiled warmly as she helped a preschooler identify different types of animals at Erwin’s child care center. She got a big hug at the end of the lesson.
In September 2015, the city made Page Avenue one-way southbound as demolition on the old Kosta’s Menswear building happened and then construction for the Cambria Suites Hotel began.
Meals on Wheels of Asheville and Buncombe County is in need of pet food donations. Along with their hundreds of homebound elderly clients, they also feed around 120 pets of those clients.
Winter, with its cold weather and long nights, is not always considered the ideal time for family activities. You might even be tempted to huddle up inside and wait for spring to come.
Pedrito Martinez, the Cuban-born singer and percussionist whose latest recording was named top Latin jazz album of the year by NPR’s jazz critics, will perform in a ticketed concert at 7:00 pm on Feb. 8th in UNC Asheville’s Lipinsky Auditorium.
Somewhat Petty is a new Asheville-based tribute band playing the best of rock icon Tom Petty, and, of course, the Heartbreakers, with some Traveling Wilburys thrown in for good measure.
BISSELL Pet Foundation has awarded $4,995 to assist the lifesaving efforts of Haywood Spay/Neuter. Grant funds will save lives with 1,000 microchips provided free to low-income residents to prevent pet homelessness.
One of the largest independent restaurant associations in the country has a new head at the table.
As North Carolina braces for a second widespread winter storm in less than a month, Governor Roy Cooper has declared a state of emergency and urged North Carolinians to stay off the roads when travel becomes dangerous.
Asheville City Council took another step towards achieving its goal to reduce the city’s carbon footprint when it voted to buy five electric buses for the city’s transit system, Asheville Redefines Transit (ART).
Michelle Alexander, author of the best-seller The New Jim Crow, will deliver the keynote address for UNC Asheville’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Week.