The Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau, which organized the meeting, wants to raise awareness about a TDA fund that gives money to tourism projects.
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Gerard, one of the River Arts District’s most well-known artists, will move into a permanent 4,700-square-foot studio in early 2014.
The tour is set for 4 p.m. on Dec. 6 at the biofuels facility on Roberts Street.
The Roaming Gnome had a big time in Ashvegas last week.
Helm checks out a turkey plate just in time for Thanksgiving, and gets his coffee knobs cranked.
The changing role of cities, and shifting political tides, have Asheville poised for new success, says Esther Manheimer, Asheville’s newly elected mayor.
Also, there’s an update from Tod’s Tasties in response to a recent review by Stu.
Digable Pizza in West Asheville is closed, and much more.
There’s plenty more: The Asheville Tree Map; Christmas tree raising at Biltmore Estate; pet adoption events…
Bark will let owners board their dogs. It should be open in the next six months.
If you’re visiting Asheville for the Mountain Oasis music fest, here’s a quick list of cool breweries to check out while you’re here.
A lecture and film screening will accompany the poster art show opening party on Oct. 17. Art on view starting Oct. 1.
Asheville’s apparently a charitable town, and a reader asks is anyone else has been the target of a phone survey asking questions about Mission.
The sake brewery is a first for Asheville and for North Carolina, according to the Blue Kudzu crew.
Mechanical dinosaur crafted by beloved Asheville artist set for permanent display in River Arts District
Sculptor John Payne’s “ultraptor” has been retrofitted by protege Chas Llewellyn for permanent outdoor display at Wedge Studios.
New Haywood Road business opening, an Andie MacDowell update, a music recc and more.
The Asheville Affiliates are hosting the party in the River Arts District.
The Arts Council continues to find its footing.
Two of my favorite Asheville photographers open exhibits Friday: Bellemare at Izzy’s, Zen at Ananda West
I really love the work of both Anthony Bellemare and Zen Sutherland. Check them out.
Tons of news for summertime, which can often be devoid of such. Here’s some.
Here’s a nice discount on a session with Bellemare and her colleagues, who will make you look great.
Tickets are $50 a pop. Get down to The Wedge to buy ‘em.
The goal is $2,000. The pour is set for the end of July.
Asheville’s food scene keeps on rockin’.