The Wine Region in Henderson County, known as The Crest of the Blue Ridge, received the honor of being designated as an American Viticultural Area (AVA) in 2019. Alas to discover these fine wines, you must go there to taste them, as few are found at retail or other restaurants.
We call it home, but visitors to our area see something more in the magical shift in the colors of the leaves. In this article, we delve into the allure of Western North Carolina's leaf-looking season and explore why it captivates the hearts of so many.
Marked Tree Vineyard supports the arts programs in Henderson County and has for many years. This year they donated $10,000 to the Arts Council of Henderson County.
Small town Tryon has an outsized performing arts scene, with three concert events kicking off the summer on June 9.
In a packed house concert at the Community Center at Dottie Sherrill Knoll in Weaverville, storytellers and musicians Michael Reno Harrell (left) and Josh Goforth (right) come together for an event on April 20th. The concert was sponsored by the Weaverville Center for Creative and Healthy Living, Peterson Insurance and UNC-Asheville. David Holt (center), a […]
Looking back, our nation has been celebrating St. Patrick’s Day for much longer than one might imagine. The first celebration that took place on this side of the world was in 1600, in a Spanish colony that is now Saint Augustine, FL, with the first parade being held a year later. As a nation, we […]
The local music video festival returns from COVID lockdown with exciting new and returning filmmakers featuring musicians from all genres.
This is the 20th free summer outdoor art walk in Downtown Hendersonville.
Bulllington Gardens has a full array of activities this summer for all ages and interests. They are now offering the public to come and enjoy a "Wee Wine & Dahlias" with friends in their dahlia gardens as a special summer treat.
Chalk art emerged along Main Street sidewalk.