For the thirteenth year in a row, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park is pulling out all the stops and putting the spotlight on one of its animal educators.
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that the nation’s tax season will begin Monday, Jan. 29th, and reminded taxpayers claiming certain tax credits that refunds won’t be available before late February.
Asheville Yoga Center is cycling into the new year with Asheville on Bikes to help support eco-friendly transportation and bike safety in the community.
Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity can help low-income Buncombe County homeowners live longer and better in their own homes by improving accessibility and remediating issues that negatively affect health.
Western Carolina University will celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a variety of events throughout January, highlighted by its annual MLK speaker.
Asheville Symphony’s Masterworks Series continues February 10th with Masterworks 4: Scot Free.
The comic minds behind The SuperHappy Trivia Challenge and The SuperHappy Radio Hour have partnered with The Magnetic Theatre for an ambitious fundraising event.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of WNC marks National Mentoring Month in January with a message of gratitude for the nearly seven hundred mentors throughout Western North Carolina.
After bringing its beads, baubles and general bedazzlery to the streets of downtown Asheville for ten years, the annual Asheville Mardi Gras Parade will be blazing a new path this February as it saunters down the streets of South Slope.
Asheville Community Theatre kicks off 2018 with two shows in their family-friendly theatre series, Saturdays at ACT. The series features morning performances that will be enjoyed by people of all ages.
As part of a charitable fundraising effort, Burlington, VT-based Mobiaum has created treasure maps leading to the location of $500 stashed in the city.
With temperatures having dipped significantly across the state, North Carolina health officials are encouraging residents to take health and safety precautions during the winter months.
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.
Many who seek heating assistance through these record cold winter days will now be receiving additional help thanks to the expanded partnership between Buncombe County Health and Human Services and the Eblen Energy Project of the Eblen Charities.
UpCountry Brewing will begin its much anticipated renovations starting Jan. 8th. The conversation started when owner John Cochran realized that the current brew house was running out of space to produce the amount of beer demanded.
With a new year comes new programs, facility improvements and projects to improve our community. Here’s a look ahead at Asheville City government initiatives in 2018.
Every year since 1988, technology entrepreneur and avid collector Peter Norton commissions an artist to create an original work of art that is then produced in multiples and sent to friends and select art institutions.
The Mud Run will take place on June 23rd with all of the proceeds benefitting Hands On! Children’s Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Hendersonville.
The weather has a habit of changing pretty quickly, especially during the winter season. Powerful winter storms driven by jet streams can bring copious amounts of snow and ice, along with blowing snow and whiteout conditions.
Asheville Regional Airport is nearing the completion of Project SOAR: Significant Opportunity for Aviation and the Region, an $80 million, four-plus-year project.
Make 2018 your healthiest year yet! Find ways to boost your health, fitness, and well-being, and be an inspiration to others!
Flat Rock Playhouse is thrilled to announce its 2018 season! New subscription packages, as well as renewals, are now on sale.
Mills River Presbyterian Church will host the ninth annual Puzzlefest, Jan. 21-27, and invites the public to come and tackle the challenge of a 9,000-piece jigsaw puzzle.
In 2017, the City of Asheville broke ground on the River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project, known as RADTIP.
In 2015, The Center for Craft, in partnership with the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce, commissioned Minneapolis-based Artspace Consulting to conduct a preliminary feasibility assessment and report.