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South Asheville Estate Sale

South Asheville Estate Sale

This past weekend, Bonnie Rose, a Certified Appraiser for TEAM Estate Sales & Liquidations, held a sale in South Asheville. Rose’s company, TEAM Estate, specializes in antiques, collectibles, decorative arts, residential contents, and business assets. According to Rose’s website, she describes her team as appraisers and liquidators of personal property. “Our company offers Appraisal and/or […]

Winter Closings on the Parkway

Winter Closings on the Parkway

In the months from May to October, the many Blue Ridge Parkway access points in Buncombe County are crowded with people eager to enjoy all it has to offer. However in the winter months, a precaution is in place. During the coldest part of the year, many stretches of the road will be closed to […]

The Hop unveils doughnut ice cream sandwiches

The Hop unveils doughnut ice cream sandwiches

After a successful collaboration between The Hop and The Hole last year, doughnut ice cream sandwiches return to The Hop Creamery. Scheduled on Feb. 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. the owner, Ashley and Greg Garrison entrust two Hop employees, Destiny and Raleigh, to control a crowd of excited customers who heard rumors of the doughnut […]

Record Revival

Record Revival

In the past decade, there has been a resurgence of vinyl, and analog music. Record stores and manufacturers have been seeing a steady spike in business as the demand for vinyl increases. “A lot of the old records, you know, do have a different sound that digital doesn’t. There is also something romantic about taking […]

Winter Storm Jonas

Winter Storm Jonas

North Carolina was under a state of emergency as Winter Storm Jonas toppled records.  The Asheville community was hit with 10.6 inches of snow, breaking the previous record. Ice formed from the snow continuously melting and refreezing over the next several days, which forced people to stay home after the initial storm. However, some people […]

aSHEville Museum “Her Nobel Words” Exhibit

aSHEville Museum “Her Nobel Words” Exhibit

“I speak not for myself but for those without voice. Those who have fought for their rights, their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated.” At age 17, Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize for her fight in […]

More than a snowstorm for local homeless shelters

More than a snowstorm for local homeless shelters

       Approximately 9.3 inches of snow covered Asheville this past week from winter storm “Jonas,” according to the National Weather Service. Winter weather presents serious problems for Asheville’s homeless population, as well as the shelters that seek to help them. Tilman Jackson, director of men’s rescue at Western Carolina Rescue Ministries Downtown, said […]

Sanctuary Brewing Hosts Adoptable Pet Night

Sanctuary Brewing Hosts Adoptable Pet Night

Brother Wolf animal rescue volunteer’s hosted adoptable pet night at Sanctuary Brewing located 147 1st Ave E Hendersonville, NC.   Every Wednesday, Sanctuary Brewing allowing local animal rescue groups to show off available adoptees.   Volunteers from Brother Wolf came out to Hendersonville hoping to spread word of their no kill animal rescue location at […]

Bele Chere 2013

Bele Chere 2013

The (perhaps) final Bele Chere managed to make it through Saturday without being rained out. Here are photos from Friday and Saturday. More will be added throughout the weekend.