Downtown After 5 takes place on the third Friday of the months May through September and is held on North Lexington Avenue. Events are free and open to the public.
Celebrate summer at Biltmore with the estate’s 21st annual Concert Series. Newsboys, Mandisa, and Tony Bennett are the featured artists this weekend.
Airbnb recently announced that the total solar eclipse and move-in weekend at UNC Asheville are expected to bring nearly 4,000 guest arrivals to the region – a 45% increase from the weekend prior.
There are lots of places to view the August 21st eclipse if you don’t mind heavy traffic and being crowded among hundreds or thousands of other viewers.
This September, twenty-nine Asheville-area hotels will jointly embark on a major month-long collaboration to help feed the thousands of families that face hunger every day across Western North Carolina.
The Asheville Tourists dropped a tough game to the Rome Braves, 8-1, one night after battling Rome for 17 innings. Asheville was outhit 15-2 and committed three costly errors in the loss.
The Flat Rock Playhouse has been awarded a grant of $30,000 by the Community Foundation of Henderson County. The grant will be used for Studio 52, Flat Rock Playhouse’s educational initiative and family programming.
Planning has been ongoing for months in preparation for thousands — likely hundreds of thousands — of people to travel either to or through North Carolina for the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21st.
Blue Ridge Parkway staff and volunteers are actively preparing for the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017.
Sick of being sick? Tired of sticking your poor finger all day to monitor blood sugar? Weary of worrying those weird pains are either cancer or a heart attack?
Jane Chu, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, is making her first official trip to North Carolina and the North Carolina Arts Council is partnering with The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design to host a public event in her honor.
American Idol fame touched Asheville once. Could it happen again?