Treasure Island: An Exciting Adventure!

It’s a story we all know well. Whether your introduction to Treasure Island was through the 1883 novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Muppets film version, or even the Disney animated version, Treasure Planet, chances are this thrilling adventure has been in your life since childhood. For me, seeing it live with my son on […]

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.

A Profound Loss: Remembering Ricky Boone and Magic Central

What made Magic Central, a small shop in Woodfin, a truly magical place is now cloaked in a profound sense of loss. Ricky Boone, the beloved and charismatic proprietor of Magic Central in Woodfin, motivational speaker, and local magician, recently departed this world, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be etched in the hearts […]

ACT’s Bright Star Is Charming, Dark, and Wonderfully Lyrical.

Filled with heartbreak and melancholy, wonder and whimsy, ACT's Bright Star is passionately delivered by a supremely skilled cast.

Business Reopens To Tremendous Community Support

Rachel expressed they could have used another week to prepare before opening, but "we were getting so many wonderful calls, emails, and messages on Facebook, and we just needed to get back to normal and get back to business."

Music and Storytelling at Event in Weaverville

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 […]

Magnetic Theatre’s Fish Proves a Vantablack Comedy!

The blackest paint in the world was invented in 2014. Its’ name is Vantablack. "Fish," the new play at The Magnetic Theatre, isn’t just a black comedy—it’s vantablack.

‘Mary Poppins’ Comes to North Buncombe High Stage

North Buncombe High Students bring another great production to the high school stage.

Time to Celebrate at the Cider, Wine & Dine Festival

The Henderson County vineyards and orchards open their doors to visitors. They will offer a variety of activities--tastings, picnics, hikes, tours, and music-- over the weekend of April 21-23rd to welcome and celebrate apple blossom season.

Musical Event in Weaverville

“Homespun Tales and Music” with Michael Reno Harrell and Josh Goforth – Thursday, April 20th 7 pm at the Weaverville Community Center. These nationally known entertainers whose friendship spans many years have put together a unique blend of stories and songs for their first public performance together. Each has roots going back several generations in […]