Check out this photo gallery of West Asheville’s newest restaurant.
The series begins April 8 and will include local acts such as Jellrox, oddSTAR, Alligator Indian and The Volt Per Octaves.
The 9-year-old Belgian Malinois helped Asheville police find more than 115 pounds of marijuana and nearly 8 pounds of cocaine in his career.
The 325,000 square-foot open-air mall will feature 75 top manufacturers and retail outlets, according to a press release.
There are three pairs of racing style ziplines, with the longest nearly three-quarters of a mile long and the highest more than 350 feet above ground.
Construction is moving right along on the revamped shopping center, which will also include Guitar Center, DSW and TrySports.
Here’s the premiere of Music Video Asheville’s promo video. Check it out.
Jana Kellam says equine-facilitated training with her horse Jove can help you overcome emotional challenges.
Helm pays a visit to an Asheville institution. Warning – don’t click if you offended by four-letter words.
Ashvegas After Dark contributor Chris Nelson photos the show.
The shop has everything from lunch sammies to specialty sausages and house-made hot dogs.
Online readers of TheKnot.com voted on each element of the wedding of Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino.
The real health care “death panels” are comprised of legislators opposed to health reform, writes Leslie Boyd.
Edgerton, Asheville’s Confederate flag activist, urges city to honor Confederate Heritage and History Month
H.K. Edgerton, a long-time proponent of the Confederate flag as a positive symbol, takes to the streets with his banner to get his point across.
Ah-nuld’s new shoot-’em-up is dumb fun until it turns plain old stupid.
The 28th Judicial District Bar is sponsoring the debate.
The project will also include an edible garden in honor of Asheville chef and activist Laurey Masterton, who died recently.
Also, a look back at the 2012 redistricting in North Carolina.
Events include Kinston’s first annual beer weekend and the Beer, Bites & Bands event at Biltmore Village.
Terry Van Duyn emerged victorious after three rounds of voting by a group of about 150 Buncombe County Democrats who picked her to replace the late N.C. Sen. Martin Nesbitt.
Details of the controversial meeting between N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt and challenger Brian Turner are in, and it’s Turner’s version that holds.