Bring yourself, some scissors and an old t-shirt and watch the magic happen. I love Pinterest and use it for organizing all the wonderful and lovely things I find on the internet. Recipes, DIY's, life hacks, kitchen hacks. You name it I have it pinned. It's basically getting out of control.


Emerging artist Johnny Lewis started out as an electronic producer, but this city boy has gone country. He brings dream folk doused in lap steel to Jack of the Wood Sunday, September 28. Dig it.

The Eagle has long been a staple of the Asheville music scene, with a stage that puts the crowd right up close and personal with the acts and one of the kindest, most passionate dudes in the business: Jeff Whitworth.

The second in the hotel's series showcasing local music and benefiting local nonprofits returns on Sunday, September 28, and is bound to be another stunner of an evening.

A new dance club is about to bring bright lights, big city attitude to downtown Asheville.

“It just felt right,” Goff recalls, “bold, aggressive, blunt, and vulgar! Just like a punk rock show...just like me.” In no time at all he was in love with the kitchen.

From Dumpstafunk to Trombone Shorty to 101 Runners, New Orleans has been representing hard in Asheville as of late and there's even more from the area coming up this month.

The Brown Bag Song Writing Competition kicked off its 8th season earlier this month with a revamped format, a new location, and an appetite for music.

This is what you should make if you're swimming in basil like we are. Satisfying vegan fare, it's easy enough to whip up on a weeknight.

Get to know local crafter Heather Mithoefer, her hand-printed, organic fabrics company, Patch Design Studio, and her favorite things about Asheville.

It's baaaaaack. Mark your calendars for October 12 and get ready for the return of a beloved Asheville event. Here's everything you need to know to get your Zombie on.

September is officially Ovarian Cancer Awareness month and I bet you didn't know its official color is teal. I'm also betting you really haven't heard much about ovarian cancer at all.

Progressive theatre troupe Anam Cara Theatre announces auditions for its next show, "Identity XYZ," which explores society's rigid gender expectations.





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