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More than 20 members of the Asheville Independent Restaurant Association (AIR) are preparing for next week’s Small Plate Crawl (February 25-27) with menus as varied as their locations. The majority of participating restaurants are in downtown. The event, which features small plate menus ranging in price from $3 to $8, is an opportunity for area restaurants to show off their culinary a...Read More
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Our Voice presents Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault (DFSA) Bar Staff Training Mon. Feb. 24th 10am ...Read More
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ASHEVILLE – Due to continued inclement weather and high snowfall accumulation, non-emergency City of Asheville services and offices will be closed or operate on a delayed schedule Thursday, Feb. 13. City of Asheville Public Works crews continue to service city streets overnight Wednesday and into Thursday morning. Due to the continued snowfall, pl...Read More
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Asheville Citizen-Times Media Group has announced that, beginning on February 9, it will launch an expanded newspaper, giving readers more local stories and a new national news section from USA TODAY. The new USA TODAY local edition is an integrated effort created with support from U.S. Community Publishing (USCP) and USA TODAY. The new product will provide expanded national news, money, sports...Read More
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February is Black History Month. In recognition, the City of Asheville Parks and Recreation is producing a number of events at recreation centers across the city. Below is the list of activities during the month of February. All events are free and the public is invited. Tuesday, February 4 – 7:00 p.m. Dr. Wesley Grant, Sr. Southside Center Living in Southside...Read More
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The Southern Conference Basketball Tournament returns to Downtown Asheville and UNCA March 7-10. You can showcase your business to the thousands of players and attendees. By offering a "show your stub and save" discount or incentive, your business will be featured on the SoCon website and tournament app. Tournament organizers will also be distributing posters and window clings, so you can show ...Read More
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The City of Asheville is currently in the process of rolling out new trash and recycling receptacles throughout downtown. Many of these containers will include a pet station to easily dispose of animal waste. In determining where to place the pet stations, the city would like input from downtown stakeholders. Please read the following information and provide input to Jakob Klodt in Public Works...Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association is now accepting applications for our Wristband Nonprofit Program, part of the Downtown After 5 summer concert series. The nonprofit organization works...Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association (ADA) today announced the recipients of its 2013 Downtown Heroes Awards. Downtown Heroes are individuals or organizations that have made a significant impact on downtown Asheville, were vital to its revitalization and showed dedication to downtown’s ...Read More
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The City of Asheville announces the top artist finalists for the 51 Biltmore Public Art Project to be installed on the exterior wall of the pubic parking garage next to the Aloft Hotel at 51 Biltmore Avenue in downtown Asheville. The Public Art and Cultural Commission (PACC) will host a public forum with the artists on Friday, January 24, 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Trinity Episcopal Church located ...Read More

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