It's the definition of blustery out but we suggest you bundle up and take on some of the fun things going on around town this weekend starting tonight.


A preview of upcoming exhibitions at The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design and The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center both with openings this Friday, January 28.

As the cold, largely basically snowless January has lingered on, I'm sure many of you have had plenty of questions. What are our elected officials up to? What are these strange creatures called “tourists” and why do they keep showing up?

The Ivory Coast government recently destroyed the Dembele household and music center in Abobo – a place where people from all over the world congregated. But, Asheville musicians have banded together and launched an Indiegogo campaign to help rebuild the home and the Djembeso Drum & Dance Education Center.

Two amazing artists to make their debut at The Grey Eagle this year: Zach Deputy on Saturday, February 6th and then the Dean Ween Group on Saturday, March 21st.

Wednesday, February 4th, is one of the first in a series of shows put on by the Asheville Beat Tape Collective – a group of local electronic artists, musicians, and DJs who are making an effort to expand Asheville’s electronic music horizons.

The CDC may have missed the mark this year, but elderberries have been used for centuries to strengthen the immune system and legitimately prevent and fight influenza.

Sure it might be rainy and cold out. We may even get a little snow (gasp!). But there is still a ton to do around town no matter what and we've listed just a few.

Asheville Ale Trail sits down with Hollie Stephenson, new head brewer at Highlands, who you can also meet at their very first Scouting Party on Thursday, January 29th.

Review and conversation with guest blogger, Ursula Gullow, local artist and arts advocate extraordinaire.

If you can't shell out for a full CSA share, consider on demand delivery from Mother Earth Produce and support the farm to front door movement!

Why should you go to a true Asheville Oddity of a festival showcasing performances from artists from all over the world and that has been going on in our little town for 13 years? We will tell you.

You may have heard about the new Climate Collider coming this fall to downtown Asheville – it is a finalist in the Institute for Emerging Issues “North Carolina Spaces for Innovation” Challenge.





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