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The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association has announced the organization's official 2014-15 executive officers.
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Once again, Asheville City leaders are urging residents and visitors to ignore the half-naked women demonstrating in downtown this weekend.
The 20th Century has been called "The American Century," and 20th century American music has been called the largest and most important American contribution to the world's supply of art.
Dawes' most recent album, 2013's "Stories Don't End," reveals a new level of togetherness for the band.
The state Supreme Court has upheld a decision by North Carolina electric power regulators that allowed a Duke Energy subsidiary to raise rates on residential customers of the former Progress Energy by 7.5 percent over two years.
Standing knee-deep in the Little Tennessee River, Haley Williams wears a broad smile as she and her classmates fill a bucket with temporarily stunned fish.
An update on the coming soon Asheville Outlets, due to open next spring featuring 75 retail stores in an open air plaza on Brevard Road.
A topless rally is moving to a new location in Asheville this year that some say will be more visible to tourists and visitors.
Photos courtesy of Asheville GreenWorks. Sometimes the smallest thing can tell you a lot about the health of a community.
The topless rally returns to downtown Asheville this Sunday and it'll be in a new location.
Lexington Avenue Arts and Fun Festival returns on Sunday, Aug. 31 with a full day's worth of music, art street theater, local vendors, food and drink and more.
ALL TOGETHER NOW: From left, Philo Reitzel performs with Debrissa McKinney, Paul Juhl and members of Empire Strikes Brass, one of the local-centric Asheville collaborations on the DIG Festival lineup.
Fans of Asheville quintet Town Mountain will be familiar with the concept of podorythmie - not because they are well-versed in French Canadian percussive techniques, but because it's nearly impossible to listen to the band's jaunty bluegrass without adding your own toe-tapping beat.
Tashi Dorji talks a lot about community - in terms of both Asheville's punk scene and his interest in radical politics.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has awarded an $11.4 million dollar contract to replace 11 bridges in Buncombe, Madison and Mitchell counties.
Auditions for the Montford Park Players production of The Winter's Tale will be held Wednesday and Thursday, August 20 & 21, from 7 - 9 pm at the Asheville Masonic Temple, 80 Broadway Street in downtown Asheville.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:07 pm
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