The Downtown Asheville Art District invites you to visit the more than twenty galleries that contribute to Asheville’s reputation as a vibrant arts community and “The Paris of the South.”
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design is pleased to announce Back to the Drawing Board, a new program series that provides six artists the opportunity to “take-over” CCCD’s Benchspace Gallery & Workshop for a 24-hour period.
Join the City Market South for their annual outdoor farmer’s market along the esplanade in Biltmore Park Town Square every Wednesday (April through the end of October) between 12 pm and 4 pm.
Master drummer Bolokada Conde, considered one of the world’s best djembe players, joined by Billy Zanski of Skinny Beats drum shop, the UNC Asheville African Drum Ensemble, Ivory Cost dancer Barakissa Coulibaly and local drummers and dancers, will perform at 7 p.m. on …
You have many options for using renewable energy at home, including solar panels and small wind turbines.
The 15th Annual Mountain Sports Festival is a weekend music and sports festival that celebrates community, athletics and local business.
Sylvan Esso and Flock of Dimes will perform at 9:00 pm on April 2nd at the Orange Peel. Tickets are $15 in advance and $17 on the day of the show.
Winning photographs from UNC Asheville’s Study Abroad Program’s annual international photo contest will be on display through April 24 in UNC Asheville’s Blowers Gallery in Ramsey Library.
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is launching a new contest for restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients on their menus.
As taxpayers are preparing their returns, they continue to turn to the information and tools on IRS.gov, which can assist anyone preparing a return.
You haven’t seen Biltmore until you’ve seen it in the spring. Biltmore’s gardens – designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted – come to life with wave after wave of gorgeous blooms.
RiverLink’s RiverMusic will return for a fourth year in 2015 for five Friday nights of free live concerts by the French Broad River in the River Arts District of Asheville.