Air Force National Guard Band Offers Free Concert

The Air Force National Guard Band of the South's rock band Full Throttle performed in Tryon.

Preserving a Legacy: Saving Nina Simone’s Childhood Home

Preservation experts and community leaders gather for an update on the campaign to save Nina Simone's Childhood Home in Tryon, NC, showcasing the ongoing efforts by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Nina Simone Project to preserve the home and celebrate the iconic jazz artist's cultural legacy.

Buncombe Announces Mural Winners

Buncombe County announced the winners of a pilot mural project launched to promote equity and beautification. The Coxe parking deck will be adorned with a geometric Cherokee basket design, the retaining wall on Hilliard will display a cartoon of Latinos and their life ambitions, and the Register of Deeds offices will bear a TBD design painted very professionally.

Medical Misdiagnosis Devastates Local Family

Diagnosing medical issues is very complicated, but misdiagnosis is devastating for the patient and their family, especially when the misdiagnosis is perpetuated.

Full Calendar of Events This Spring at St. John in the Wilderness

Many activities are worth noting that will be taking place at the Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness in Flat Rock this spring.

Yoga: My Yoke is Easy

Jesus said, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” Interestingly, the […]

Mars Hill University Presents Neil Simon’s Sweet Charity

Mars Hill University’s Theatre Arts Department, under the direction of Chelsey Lee Gaddy, presents Neil Simon’s Sweet Charity beginning March 23rd at the historic Owen Theatre on the Mars Hill University campus. The production, with music directed by Chuck Taft and choreographed by Amanda Hoyte, continues through March 26th. The cast features Emma-Leigh Brookshire, Blake […]

NC Stage Company Brings Tony Award-Winning Play to Stage

Another delightful comedy with Equity actors will be on stage this month at NC Stage Company in downtown Asheville.

Green Man & Jack of the Wood Toast St. Patrick’s Day

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 […]

Citizens Speak Out About Safety and Homelessness, Present Plans

Homelessness and crime in Asheville have been in the news a lot lately, especially since the Washington, DC-based National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH) made its $73,000 recommendations to the Homeless Initiative Advisory Committee (HIAC), Asheville City Council, and Buncombe County Commissioners on January 25th. The plan, called Within Reach, for all of its cost, […]