Here are a few of my favorites from about the last eight years of Bele Chere.
Photos of the ongoing construction work along Merrimon Avenue.
Bombadil, Kovacs & the Polar Bear, The Restoration, The Mobros, more to play new CCX Music Fest in Asheville
Ten bands from the Carolinas will play at The LAB and Emerald Lounge on Sept. 14 in this new music festival.
Neighbors of MLK Park in Asheville, where Brewgrass has been staged the last several years, aren’t happy with the event.
Asheville’s coolest downtown art gallery gets a rock n’ roll makeover with this great show.
Jason Spencer of Tribe.ly will talk about how bloggers can build audience and business.
McKinney Insurance Services will host the show car at the car dealership.
Teachers are fed up with their low, low pay.
Six riders from the Asheville Fire Department will start in Rocky Mount and end in Boone for the memorial ride.
Facilitators will offer an introductory session on Aug. 8.
Bele Chere is dead, but you wouldn’t know that by listening to all the talk around the fest’s future
The comic brilliance of Sam Rockwell elevates an otherwise generic coming-of-age film.
Smart and scary, James Wan’s film is the best mainstream horror offering since…James Wan’s Insidious.
The minds behind RED 2 assume that the original film’s appeal will automatically carry over to its sequel. They need to have their heads examined.
A new Whole Foods store will rise from these ashes across from the Asheville Mall.
Pete Kaliner says the officer who claims coercion has a recording to the conversation.
The new restaurant will also be featuring local breweries on Wednesdays. Next week it’s Pisgah, and it’s Oskar Blues the following week.
In the wake of criticism by a former Asheville mayor, the Asheville Art Museum delivers an optimistic update about its building plans.
The treatment center for adolescent boys is proposed for Zillicoa Street in leafy Montford.
LAAFF started in true Asheville grassroots style. Here’s hoping organizers can retool for next year.
The comic book antics of Robert Schwentke’s film aren’t bad, they’re just unfortunate and not all that funny.
Reporter Jeremy Scahill CAN handle the truth in this exciting yet troubling documentary.
This powerful Israeli drama takes an unusual predicament and imbues it with humanity.