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Happening Now! Photos & Video From Bele Chere

Happening Now! Photos & Video From Bele Chere

Bele Chere has officially kicked off in the streets of downtown Asheville . Here's some scenes from today that will give you a taste of what to expect. Local Vendors Best deal I saw for street food Ultimate Air Dogs! Clothing & Art Street Scene Silver Drummer A Taste of Asheville - local eats Questions? Look for the information signs Street scene Incredible Art Enjoy this video by Big Nasty

Asheville’s Rich Architectural History

Asheville’s Rich Architectural History

Asheville was a little more than a primitive outpost in 1797. Frontiersmen such as Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett traveled through in the early days. The railroad transformed Asheville and Buncombe County into a resort and therapeutic health center when it arrived in 1880. Asheville quickly became a Mecca for visitors searching for a mountain escape, its population climbing to nearly 30,000

Stroll Among the Artists in the River Arts District

Stroll Among the Artists in the River Arts District

Get a behind the scenes, up close and personal look at the artists and art studios that make up Asheville’s River Arts District . Twice a year, every second weekend in June and November, Asheville’s River Arts District Artists open their studios to the public for two days of festivities known as the Studio Stroll .  Visit more than 140 working artist studios and galleries in

AIR Unveil a New Flavor at Taste of Asheville

AIR Unveil a New Flavor at Taste of Asheville

Asheville Independent Restaurants (AIR) will celebrate a big evening of what makes Asheville a culinary destination beginning at 7 p.m. November 18 at The Venue . Not only will 30 talented chefs dazzle attendees at AIR's Taste of Asheville event, but it will also launch a new look, direction and focus for the organization. Entry to the event is a bargain. Attendees will simply purchase AIR's new

HardLox Jewish Food and Heritage Festival

HardLox Jewish Food and Heritage Festival

This weekend, Sunday, October 17 , Asheville will host the eighth annual HardLox Jewish Food and Heritage Festival. This year the festival will be at the new Pack Square Park in historic downtown Asheville, North Carolina from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm.. We invite you to come and celebrate Asheville's Jewish food and Jewish culture. For more information visit our event listing for HardLox Jewish Food

Asheville’s Sunny Point vies for America’s Best Breakfast

Asheville’s Sunny Point vies for America’s Best Breakfast

  • April 28, 2010 by Dodie

ABC’s Good Morning America Weekend is scouring the country for America’s Best Breakfast . With lines out the door, uber-fresh local ingredients and their very own restaurant garden (literally) outside the kitchen door, it is no wonder that Sunny Point Café has made it to the final four to represent Asheville’s Foodtopian Society . In advance of a nation-wide vote scheduled for May 15, GMA

Sample the Best of Asheville's Culinary Scene

Sample the Best of Asheville's Culinary Scene

It’s a foodie’s dream come to life: the best of Asheville’s Foodtopian scene all under one roof. A Taste of Asheville, on November 19, wraps up the flavor of the city with an evening featuring small-plate entrées from Asheville Independent Restaurant Association (AIR). For just $50 per person (or $75 per couple), you receive admission to A Taste of Asheville dining event AND a 2010 Main Course