The popular Asheville based restaurant Tupelo Honey recently announced it will open new restaurants in Raleigh and Atlanta. The restaurant also has published its' second cookbook. David Hurand spoke with the authors of Tupelo Honey Cafe: New Southern Flavors From the Blue Ridge Mountains, Elizabeth Sims and Executive Chef Brain Sonoskus about the restaurants second cookbook and the growing popularity of Asheville as a destination for tourists looking for a memorable meal.
There are 17 people running for office in tomorrow's primary for Buncombe County. But since this is a midterm election, Asheville Citizen Times reporter Jon Ostendorff says turnout at the polls tomorrow is likely to be low.
Real America: Guns in America will air Saturday at three and Sunday at six. This special explores America’s gun culture through snapshots of how different communities deal with violence by taking a look at three very different stories around gun control.
More than free beer was responsible for the festive atmosphere at the official ground breaking of The New Belgium brewery in Asheville’s River Arts District. Yesterday’s celebration marked the beginning of construction on a long abandoned site….David Hurand was there for the ceremonial event...
Jeffrey Taylor is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. He says parts of Western North Carolina saw anywhere from a few tenths of an inch to about 2 1/2 inches after overnight rain, and the agency expects 2-3 more inches before the storm passes.
Because of heavy rainfall, Taylor says the biggest problem this storm could cause is flash flooding across the area.
Some 25 people were already displaced from their homes due to flooding of Beaverdam Creek in Woodfin.
The five-day event includes more than 100 musicians. But this year, the festival also features 90 panelists, numerous interactive art exhibits, and sound installations throughout town, from the Orange Peel to Pack Place to the Moog Music factory itself.
Brand Director Emmy Parker says Moogfest 2014 will be unique not just for Asheville, but also for the event industry in general.