Also, there’s a big fracking forum today, and Sen. Kay Hagan and N.C. Speaker Thom Tillis had their first debate.
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Proposed Asheville City Council plan for River Arts District: Visitor’s center, parking garage, open space, more
A proposed City Council plan for guiding development along Riverside Drive in the RAD would go hand-in-hand with a major N.C. DOT road improvement project for Riverside.
Mountain Xpress: New Asheville riverside venue will include 2,500-seat music venue, restaurant, more
Salvage Station, at 665 Riverside Drive, will also have three river access points and a 450-space parking lot.
Also, U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows expresses second thoughts about his government shutdown strategy, and more.
A major new residential development planned for the RAD is bringing with it a slew of new retail businesses.
Also, a new analysis by N.C. Insider says Rep. Tim Moffitt of Buncombe County was one of the most effective lawmakers in the GA this year.
Portraits of artists kicked out of River Arts District buildings make up new exhibition at Asheville Area Arts Council
Here’s your chance to support the artists who were recently forced out of working studios in the River Arts District.
The New York Studio for Stage, Screen and Voiceover hosted the hour-long talk with Galifianakis at its Woodfin studio Saturday evening.
Stu, on Heiwa’s boring chicken teriyaki and his mother’s love of bread camp. Warning – this column is laced with four-letter words.
PHOTOS Day 2 of filming movie starring Kristen Wiig, Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson in downtown Asheville
More photos of the movie shoot action in downtown Asheville on Tuesday.
Asheville’s newest cocktail bar is coming together on North Market Street in downtown Asheville.
Asheville Affiliates host fundraising event, Stir Crazy!, to benefit Blue Ridge Food Ventures in Asheville
The event is set for 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday at The Boathouse on Riverside Drive. Tickets are $20.
City of Asheville considers ‘alternatives to gentrification’ in River Arts District, nearby neighborhoods
Asheville City Council is worried about low wages, rising housing prices and a steady decline in number of African-American residents in neighborhoods near the River Arts District. A new report offers solutions.
Also, a graffiti cleanse is underway in Asheville, city officials cut power to eight buildings home to artists in the River Arts District and more.
The money will go to the Arts Council’s Artist Resource Center.
Stu checks out some cute, crispy chips at The Junction, tells his gay parade hot dog story and more. Beware the liberal use of the f-bomb.
The events encourage residents to consider environmentally friendlier ways of getting around.
With opening this weekend of its third restaurant, Asheville’s Green Sage sets sights on going national
Green Sage Cafe owners have always set the bar high for sustainability measures in Asheville. Now the owners are ready to perfect a model they can take to a broader stage.
The show is a collaboration of MFA, BFA and alumni artwork.
Thursday’s groundbreaking ceremony on property along the French Broad River marked a milestone in both place and time for the brewer and the city’s craft beer industry. About 3 p.m., the crowd lifted glasses of RyePA, a beer that New Belgium made with in conjuntcion with ingredients from Asheville’s Riverbend Malt House, and drank to their new brewery. After two years of ups and downs, and not one spade of dirt turned, the commitment was clear: New Belgium is coming to Asheville.
Also, New Belgium Brewing CEO Kim Jordan is in town today for the company’s official groundbreaking ceremony for its new Asheville brewery.
Also, Stu raves about Posana Cafe’s roasted chicken dish. Note that he’s liberal with the f-bomb.
Photographer Jessica Rehfield will host an opening reception from 5-8 p.m. on May 9 at the library. She is splitting any profit from the sale of photos with her subjects.