New Year Brings New Laws

A new year ushers in new laws in North Carolina. Here are some of the laws that took effect on Jan. 1. Senate Bill 473, Enhance Local Government Transparency, bans public officials from gaining financially from their position. They can be charged with a felony if they do so. The law also prohibits public officials […]

Van Gogh Alive at Biltmore

Explore the works of three iconic artists: Van Gogh, Monet and da Vinci in an immersive exhibit at the timeless Biltmore. 

Momentum Gallery Hosts Group Shows

View a collection of enchanting, whimsical works at Momentum Gallery this season. The variety of art celebrates all things night.

Vaccination Intrigue & Outrage

The United States government is hastily pushing citizens to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and booster. 

Critically-Endangered Red Wolf Flown to AVL

The City of Asheville’s 42-acre WNC Nature Center, at 75 Gashes Creek Road, is home to over 60 species of animals native to the Southern Appalachian Mountain region. Youngsters eyes light up when they see the two American Black Bears Uno and Ursa. View the River Otters Obi and Olive as they scamper through the water or see Missy, the Bobcat sleeping in her hammock.

Last Display of Gingerbread Entries on Jan. 2

The elaborate exhibit of gingerbread contest entries is back in the Omni Grove Park Inn.

Queens of Soul for New Years

Asheville Symphony Presents New Year’s Eve: Queens of Soul, featuring powerhouse guest vocalists performing Motown, R&B and Soul hits.

A Bit of Christmas Cheers & Jeers

An update on national movements in education and other areas. 

Asheville One of the “Worst Places to Live”

NPR’s Planet Money cited the city as one of the least affordable in the country. 

Gingerbreader Carney Wins Food Network Contest

The winner of a Food Network gingerbread contest lives in Asheville.