Events

Events
Jan 2013
Nina Simone’s childhood home to receive a second chance

Oct 2012

Aug 2012
Catch fall migration in full flap during Flock to the Rock

Aug 2012
Leaving old age in the dust, 89-year-old Charles Dotson keeps on running

Aug 2012
At possibly America's longest-running family gathering, the Silers celebrate lifes milestones and the ties that bind

Apr 2012
Martha Enzmann evokes awe through fanciful puppets and parades

Apr 2012
Get creative with a sweet and spicy recipe for the brightest berry of the season

Apr 2012
Pitcher yourself at Asheville's first Beer Week

Dec 2011
Make a break for fresh ground with the growing sport of snowshoeing

Dec 2011
If you’re feeling left behind in fitness-forward WNC. Don’t. It’s not about who wins the race or who’s the most flexible yogi. Exercise is about finding an activity that moves your body and spirit. Check out this beginners' guide to get you hooked on cycling, running, or yoga, complete with inspiration from three folks who’ve already found what they love to do.

Dec 2011
Take relaxation to another level with a mix of yoga and wine

Oct 2011
A culinary weekend makes for a savory getaway

Sep 2011
Autumn is upon us, and you can park yourself in the backyard and watch the leaves put on a show.

Aug 2011
Beech Mountain hosts an epic fat-tire competition and gets a professionally designed downhill course to boot

Aug 2011
Savor culinary classes at Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center

Jul 2011
An aerialist teaches others the ropes of high-flying performance

Jul 2011
Get out on the floor with dance classes in ballroom, Salsa, clogging, and more

Jul 2011
Aspiring thespians find their voice, and more, at Stella Adler Studio of Acting

Jul 2011
Fiber sculptor Anne Lemanski narrates messages through her delicate conceptual creatures

May 2011
You are now leaving WNC. Don’t call us traitors for straying from our beloved natural wonderland. Sometimes you just have to play outside the lines. After all, much of what we love here—lofty peaks, wild rivers, picturesque lakes, and awe-inspiring trails—spills over into Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Summer is the season to grab your gear, whether it be a life jacket, fishing rod, hiking boots, or mountain bike, and head for great escapes just across the border.

May 2011
World traveler Barbara Cook found her calling doing good for the children and artists of Nepal

May 2011
A photographer’s perspective on two iconic WNC gatherings

May 2011
From pageant queens to the namesake blooms, the 65-year-old Rhododendron Festival continues to celebrate the beauty of the mountains

Apr 2011
The 150th anniversary of North Carolina’s entry into the Civil War sparks reminders of our region’s conflicted role in the fight

Feb 2011
Along the Cherohala Skyway, flying squirrels are reunited

Jan 2011
Julia Sublett & Tom Wood Rittenhouse

Oct 2010
Five bartenders share surefire recipes to impress at your next cocktail celebration

Sep 2010
Meet six people who translate panache into acts of community and enduring pillars of design

Jun 2010
A kayaking world championship incites a swell on the Nantahala

Jun 2010
Traditional Scottish warriors gatherings still thrive today in WNC

Apr 2010
This summer, log some miles and celebrate the Blue Ridge Parkway’s anniversary with 75 must-see stops

Dec 2009
A February trail-running tradition brings the pain

Sep 2009
For more than two decades, mill workers across the region played in a league of their own

Sep 2009
Waynesville may be the biggest town west of Asheville, but it retains a neighborly charm

Jul 2009
History and horse racing converge in Camden

Jun 2009
38 local artists you need to hear this summer.

May 2009
Asheville pilot Robert Morgan kept 25 unforgettable dates with the girl of his dreams

Apr 2009
The Weihses marry their creative talents during a spring painters’ retreat in Cashiers

Apr 2009
The Bascom’s new art center is set to bring out Highland’s creative side