Chefs Jason Rowland and Andrew Pratt will serve up a Southern-style frogmore stew.
Twin Leaf also reports that it has received the federal permits it needs to start brewing.
The retreat-style gathering is tailored specifically to publishers, owners and senior managers.
Ashvegas Hot Sheet: New West Asheville doughnut shop and bicycle shop; new Dharma center in RAD; more
Also, a new online beer calendar and a new e-magazine in the works by Asheville photographer Micah Mackenzie.
Photos of Rev. Graham, Sarah Palin, Michael W. Smith and others. Photos by Asheville photog Alicia Funderburk, and courtesy of the BGEA.
About 800 people turned out for a simple ceremony on the night of Graham’s 95th birthday.
The two were also spotted at Target, and Carpenter was seen at Trader Joe’s.
The event will be held Saturday and Sunday at Mojo Coworking in downtown Asheville.
Some 800 people, including politicians, entertainers and evangelical leaders, will descend on the Omni Grove Park Inn Thursday night to honor Graham.
And there are more on the way.
How many bad geriatric jokes can you squeeze into a film? Jon Turtletaub sacrifices a fine cast to find out!
Brian Turner, a UNC Asheville vice chancellor, resigned his job this week as he prepares to challenge N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt next year.
Hotelier John McKibbon placed a big bet on the future of downtown Asheville yesterday with his purchase of the BB&T building.
The organizers of the Women’s Business Weekend on Saturday have created an intimate, supportive event that also aims to push women to take action.
Scully’s and 5 Walnut team up to benefit the families of firefighters during an afternoon event where everything is hot, from the wings and beer to the music and fire truck.
In the words of the famous Chappelle’s Show interlude, better not bring your kids to this random, unfunny disaster.
What will follow on the heels of Anthropologie? J Crew? North Face? A new upscale restaurant?
Also, there’s an update from Tod’s Tasties in response to a recent review by Stu.
The foodie event is also a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Asheville Independent Restaurants group.
Digable Pizza in West Asheville is closed, and much more.
Max Cooper goes on to say that it’s a tough time for Asheville’s media family, and he hopes everyone involved finds peace.
The new weather reporting stations will improve safety along the 469 miles of national park.
A new top film emerges along with Asgard All-Stars, time-travling suitors, war-torn youths, and a snoozy sailor.
Former Mountain Xpress photog Max Cooper, in a letter to Xpress editor Margaret Williams, asks for answers to the internal turmoil. His answer? You’re fired.