Gone Pro North Carolina

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has one of the richest college basketball dynasties in the country, but its other sports boast a wealth of success stories, too. Weaverville resident Tim W. Jackson has combined a trivia-buff’s eye for detail with a journalist’s knack for storytelling to write a book that celebrates all Read More

 

Summer Brews News

 

Festivals a Major Part of WNC Lifestyle

Western North Carolina is rich in beauty, culture, history, and festivals that happen to celebrate all of those things. Whether you’re looking for music, great beer, dancing, crafts, or any array of things, your festival needs will be met. Check out this list of 2013 festivals conveniently located within 45 minutes of Asheville, and find Read More

 

5 Questions with Rafal Gotowicz

 

WNC Inspires Poet Vievee Francis to Contemplate the Wilderness Within

When poet Vievee Francis talks about writing poetry, the word most often on her lips is compulsive. It’s a word usually reserved for flying the red flags of pop psychology and other assorted misbehaviors. Yet she weaves a spell, transforming the word into an utterly marvelous terrain. In her world, compulsion might be a mysterious Read More

 

Wheeler Munroe: A Jane of All Trades

 

The Honeycutters Stay Sharp

 

Asheville Supports Our Voice with Walk a Mile

 

Anam Cara Theatre Provides Inspirational and Thought-Provoking Offerings

 

All Go West Returns as Celebration of West Asheville

Downtown had its share of festivals but West Asheville, growing as an important arts and cultural part of the city felt a little left out. So in 2010 the All Go West Festival was born. “West Asheville is quickly becoming known for it’s individual flair, when 10 years ago businesses were struggling to thrive,” says Read More

 

Get Funky with The Fritz

 

5 Questions with Andrew Fletcher