Tay Greenleaf

Incredibly divisive and drenched in allegory, Aronofsky's newest film begs the question of whether its hyperbolic message is an important telling of centuries-old themes or a stale mixture of everything we have already seen before.

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The I & J building on Haywood Rd. is slated to become West Asheville's newest neighborhood hot spot.

March for Science
The March for Science comes to the Mountains on April 22.

Odyssey School's free four-part session, "Teaching Kids about Racism and Racial Justice," aims to help parents and educators start conversations about diversity at an early age.

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Asheville's new board game bar offers more than childhood memories.

Street Art
Places to go and people to see if you wanna tickle those civil liberties

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