Category: Arts & Entertainment

Book Bag: Honolulu

by Alan Brennert “Honolulu” begins in rural Korea in the years leading up to World War I. It is the story of a woman who, Read more »

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President Barack Obama Calls to Congratulate UNC Basketball Coach

Aboard Air Force One, President Obama called University of North Carolina men’s basketball coach Roy Williams to congratulate him on his team’s victory over Michigan Read more »

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Political Activism and Poetry Collide to Bring People Together

By Arhm Choi Asheville has quite a history of using art as a venue of resistance. Poetry slams, such as the ones held on the Read more »

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Smooth Urban-Jazz Vocalist Kellylee Evans

With a smooth style that slides through jazz, soul, R & B, blues, and world music rhythms, Kellylee’s sound has been compared to Sade, Erykah Read more »

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Renowned Dance Company Pilobolus to Perform

The Diana Wortham Theatre at Pack Place presents the unique and imaginative award-winning modern dance company Pilobolus at 8 p.m. February 24-25. A decidedly unusual Read more »

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‘Street Corner Blues’ Runs Encore Performances

Asheville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts will extend the run of the original play, “Street Corner Blues,” with performances at Asheville Community Theater (A.C.T.) located Read more »

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Killing Me Softly with His Song

SouthernSilk Duo – JoAnn & Tony Kemp. Photo by Bob Pazden @ BobPazden.com She said he had a smile — and it was love at, Read more »

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‘The Glory Road’

“Glory Road” cast members sing praises.  Photo by U.N.I.T.Y Productions U.N.I.T.Y. Productions will present a gospel musical, “The Glory Road,” at the the Lipinsky Auditorium Read more »

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‘Street Corner Blues’ Receives Rave Reviews

by Don C. Locke W. LaVonne Griffin, Director of the W.C. Reid Center of Performing Arts, and producer of “Street Corner Blues.” The stage of Read more »

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Danny Ellis, Irish Musician Extraordinaire

Danny Ellis by Joy Smith Last weekend I attended the U.S. premiere of 800 Voices, My Life in an Irish Orphanage, a concert by Asheville Read more »

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