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Learn more about Community Supported Agriculture and partner with a local farm during CSA Week.
We’re helping you clear off your Less Plastic Bingo card.
See how songs from local musicians come to life.
Find your forever best friend at a local shelter.
Charlotte the round stingray has been making international headlines for her rare pregnancy — and she’s living down the road in Hendersonville.
Eat and Drink
Asheville restaurants, cafes, and diners serving up all the eggs, pancakes, shakshuka, mimosas, and other brunch favorites that will start your day off right.
Explore these local dog-friendly businesses — everything from breweries and restaurants to where to stay the night.
The Indian street food restaurant will be taking over the former Buxton Hall Barbecue space on Banks Avenue.
We’re here to help plan your next date in the 828.
Travel and Outdoors
The nonprofit is spreading the word about protecting the French Broad River with monthly resources and local stories.
Totaling about 366 acres, the two projects represent the next step in the County’s 2030 conservation goal.
The airport has another record-breaking year, with numbers soaring sky high.
Herb growers Katie Grear + Mike Adams and tea maker Jessie Dean start with a seed and take marshmallow all the way to the tea cup.
Real Estate
You told us which empty buildings could be converted into affordable housing.
If you’ve been curious about the new BRP bridge over I-26, we did the research so you don’t have to.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
If you’ve driven past high fences, work crews, and cranes and wondered what’s going on, don’t worry. Leave the investigating to us.
City
See what’s on the ballot, when + how to vote, and important information for Election Day in the Land of the Sky.
After delaying the vote slated for January, Asheville City Council approved a 24/7 restroom to be constructed at the corner of College Street and Rankin Ave.
You won’t want to miss these opportunities to make your voice heard — on everything from affordable housing to elections.
Funding for the new Industry Proving Grounds Program was announced on Tuesday — so let’s take a look at the center of the initiative right here in our city.

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