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ASHEVILLE - The internationally acclaimed Irish fiddle performer Jamie Laval will provide special music at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at West Asheville Presbyterian Church, 690 Haywood Road.
Posh Boutique Hotel, open for nearly a year, had its grand opening last month. But the building's history predates it by almost a century -- and started as a tribute to George Vanderbilt's cousin and very good friend, Clarence Barker.
Spring is fast approaching. That means WNC farmers will soon begin harvesting asparagus, greens and spring onions to sell at farmers tailgate markets and to pack directly for their CSA -- Community-Supported Agriculture -- farm share subscribers.
At 18 Lexington Ave., where Bobo Pho opened just last year, there's been paper over the windows for weeks.
The co-creators of The Big Crafty plan to open an indie art/craft boutique and gallery retail space on Patton Avenue called Horse and Hero.
Here's the press release from the Asheville Tea Party via email from Chair Jane Bilello.
From left, Barium Springs Home for Children CEO John Koppelmeyer and Homes for Children board chair Bill Wasulko shake hands on a merger that combines Barium Springs and Grandfather Home for Children into one entity.
Earl Ijames, N.C. Museum of History curator of African American history, will present a program on slavery and freedom twice on Saturday: at noon at the Mountain Gateway Museum in Old Fort, and at 4 p.m. in Asheville at the Western Regional Office of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, 176 Riceville Road in Asheville.
Hurricane Katrina sent a wave of New Orleans residents Asheville's way, establishing our fair city as the Little Easy to the bigger city's Big Easy.
The third annual Wing War competition takes flight this Sunday at Asheville Music Hall with local restaurants see who makes Asheville's best wings.
If there is a musical road running from the Carolinas to Texas, it is connected by bands like bluesy Americana outfit Amigo from Charlotte.
Kathleen Purvis, Charlotte Observer food writer and author, will talk about one of her passions this weekend: bourbon.
Fresh eyes, fresh ears. Mary Rogers' book, "Freaky Friday," was built around the conceit of a mother and daughter switching bodies and experiencing the world as the other person.
"Hindsight is 20/20," some wise person once said. That's why it would be handy if we humans could edit the past once we've made a mess of it.