Christine Robinson

Heritage, Music, and Critters: Oh My!

The Asheville Celtic Festival has been a resounding success from the very beginning, much to the festival co-founder's surprise, and it's still growing.

World-Class Violinists Headline First Symphony Orchestra Residency

First ever Asheville Symphony Orchestra Artist Residency Features two world-renowned Violinists, Asheville native Noah Bendix-Balgley and Shanshan Yao. This husband and wife duo will thrill attendees in a Masterworks concert with ASO.

Asheville’s Scottish Affair: Sister Cities Hosts Burns Night

Asheville Sister Cities, Inc. celebrated the 256th Birthday with tartans, whiskey, poetry and music at the Burns Night Supper in honor or Robert Burns. Included was a live stream with Fiona Richie, of NPR’s The Thistle & Shamrock, live music, and dancers.

Homelessness Solution Summit: Congressman Unites Key Leaders

Congressman Edwards brings key WNC leaders together to collaborate on solving the homeless problems in our area.

Mission Could Lose Medicare/Medicaid Funding

HCA/Mission Hospital poses "Immediate Jeopardy to patient health and safety," and could lose millions in federal funding for Medicare and Medicaid if they don't act quickly.

Asheville Symphony Chorus’ Future Looks Bright

The Asheville Symphony Chorus is starting their 33rd year. They will be partnering in a concert with the Asheville Symphony Orchestra, as well as holding auditions for new members, this coming February.

Charles Taylor 30th Holiday Dinner A Success

Nearly 350 people attended the 30th annual Charles Taylor Holiday Dinner recognizing outstanding heros in politics and small business.

Buncombe County School Board Meeting Gets Emotional

Emotions were high as over 30 members of the public addressed the Buncombe County School Board about their upcoming controversial vote on policies related to SB49, The Parental Bill of Rights.

Embracing Christmas Cheer

Enjoy a full field of festive fun for the holidays, with holiday festivals, lights, markets, concerts and more.

City Council Spends-Yet Infrastructure Fails

Asheville City Council approves nearly $200 million in spending for neglected infrastructure and facilities repairs and improvements that should be self-supporting. This spending is far outside of the budget and will cost taxpayers.