“Roaring Rhapsody” Revives Concertos for Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month this February, the Asheville Symphony is showcasing a number of works composed by Black musicians. 

Coloring Can Combat Food Insecurity

Color beautiful gardenscapes to support fresh food for people in need.

There But By Grace Go We

The Manhattan Institute’s Steven Malanga’s horrible review of the two terms of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio showed Asheville-Buncombe is, in some ways, showing more wisdom, and in others, leaning toward going down the same path.

Lawsuit Forces Asheville to Withdraw from Scholarship’s Racial Focus

The City of Asheville rewrote a number of scholarships designated for specific racial groups. 

‘See No Evil’ Getting Attention

Epstein update: Queen strips Prince Andrew of military titles and patronages; What about Bill? Prince Andrew, who is knee deep in a Jeffrey Epstein-related legal battle over allegations that he sexually abused a teenager in the early 2000s, has been stripped of his military affiliations and patronages, according to an official communique from Queen Elizabeth […]

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.

Winter Sports Begin in North Carolina Mountains

The weather has finally gotten cold enough so the areas ski resorts are able to open for the season.

Vaccination Intrigue & Outrage

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