Gray Line has red trolleys, and they just bought the white trolleys.
There’s a new Twitter account for a venue called Lex 18, a new “moonshine bar, Southern fusion cuisine” spot and “musical diversion” at 18 North Lexington Avenue, former location of the Green Light Cafe: We are excited to begin a new chapter in 18 North Lexington’s history. Lex18 coming soon! — Lex 18 (@Lex18AVL) February 20, [...]
The Lantzius name has been synonymous with Lexington Avenue, Asheville’s most eclectic street, for decades.
Third time might be the charm for Caleb Johnson.
Let’s just say Stu’s not down with oysters. As usual, if you don’t like four-letter words, don’t read Stu’s profanity-laced reviews.
Twin Leaf, opening at the corner of Coxe Avenue and Banks Street, is in an area some are calling Asheville’s Brewery District.
Lark Books announces it will close Asheville offices and move work to owner Sterling Publishing’s NY base
The move to close Lark Books in Asheville ends a long and storied history for the book publisher in town.
A group of about 20 elected officials and arts and cultural leaders met Wednesday morning to try and work out differences regarding the cultural center’s lease with the city.
Asheville DJ and bartender faces criminal charges for secretly videotaping another person for sexual purposes
Robert G. Castillo II, known around Asheville as DJ Rob, spins records and tends bar at venues around town.
Nine local restaurants will compete in events like Pisgah can curling and Wii ice dancing.
Postcards, pictures, notes written in crayon and a bouquet of tulips were collecting in a corner of Laurey’s Catering in honor of Laurey Masterton, who died Tuesday.
Biltmore and the Asheville Tourists are looking to fill dozens of jobs.
Fiery volcano? Check. Risky love? Check. Kevin Costner? Check.
Local bars and restaurants will face off for bragging rights.
The developer has withdrawn a rezoning request headed for the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners.
Also, an open data event, Jackson Underground gets a facelift, more.
The Omni Grove Park Inn raised a total of $63,930 for several Asheville nonprofits.
New Buncombe County charter school to open at intersection of Sand Hill Road and Lake Drive west of Asheville
Applications for students in grades six through nine are now being accepted. There’s also a series of meetings set for parents to learn more.
The event complements Whiskey Wednesdays, the Top of the Monk’s weekly whiskey flight series.
Grand opening activities will include chef demonstrations, food sampling throughout the store, and drawings for The Fresh Market gift cards.
Colin Ferrell and Lady Sybil make for a lovely couple in this good, not great romantic fantasy.
Kevin Hart and Regina Hall skunk up a perfectly good romance between Joy Bryant and Michael Ealy.
Masterton, a pioneer downtown business owner, was known for living her life by the catchphrase “Don’t postpone joy.”
TheKnot.com picked the couple for a dream wedding. Online voters will plan the “ultimate luxury wedding” for the two.