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Asheville Beer Week 2014: Beer Pong

Asheville Beer Week 2014: Beer Pong

The 3rd annual Asheville Beer Week is happening right now, May 23rd - 31st. Didn't know it was going on? Don't worry, there is plenty of time for you to get in on all the boozy action! We'll post daily events, and to put a fun spin on things, daily drinking games! There's never a better time or excuse to play a drinking game than Beer Week - am I right? You know I am!

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SERFA Holds 7th Annual Conference May 14 – 18 Black Mountain, NC

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SERFA, The Southeast Regional Folk Alliance, is set to hold their seventh annual conference, with this being their fourth to be held at The Montreat Conference Center in Black Mountain, North Carolina May 14-18, 2014.

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Social Media Event at Mojo Coworking May 14, 2014

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"Nearly a quarter of the total time spent online is on social networks[3]--Tim Ewer

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Photograph Walkthrough: Spidey Con & Free Comic Book Day 2014

A photographic review of Free Comic Book Day & Spidey-Con

It was a busy week here in Asheville. Among the many events happening were two back to back days full of geek awesome. Friday May 2nd was Spidey Con at Carolina Cinemas on Hendersonville Road. To commemorate the second installment of The Amazing Spiderman movies, the people at Comic Envy, Multiverse Asheville, and Carolina Cinemas put together a Spiderman celebration. Attendees could partake in themed food and beer, enter the costume contest, and watch the movie on the big screen. 

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Free Comic Book Day May 3rd 2014

Free Comic Book Day is almost here!

Free comic book day is soon upon us! Tomorrow, all Asheville comic book shops - including Pastimes in Weaverville, Hero Hunters in Candler, and Comic Envy on Tunnel Road will open their doors to adori

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Mother Earth News Fair April 10-12, 2014

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MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR shows practical and fun aspects of sustainability

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International TableTop Day 2014

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How long has it been since you have played a board game? Growing up, it was a family tradition to sit down and have a board game night about once every two weeks. I remember playing the classic games - Yahtzee, Monopoly, Connect 4, Mousetrap, Trouble, Sorry! and more. As I grew older the tradition happened less and less, and eventually stopped. Recently I started getting my husband interested in board games. Having grown up only playing Monopoly, he never had the same pleasant association that I did with board games - he viewed them as a boring chore, instead of an entertaining media free form of fun.

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Beer, Bites, and Bands in Historic Biltmore Village

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Restaurants and breweries in Historic Biltmore Village have come together to create a new and unique event. Two local breweries and 8 local restaurants have joined together to promote ”Beer, Bites, and Bands” to be held April 4 & 5 from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM at the two brewery locations.

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Dance Your Diaper Off 3

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Asheville Flyer for Kids, the fun, free, monthly paper just for kids is having another party at The Mill Room, just for the kids and parents of Asheville!  On Sunday March 16th from 2pm to 5pm there will be a festive dance party happening to celebrate...  nothing in particular! It is hosted & produced by Asheville Flyer for Kids.

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Who’s Bad Playing at the Orange Peel 2/28/14

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10 Years In, Who's Bad Going Stronger Than Ever, Spreading Michael Jackson's Music and Spirit Around the World

In 2014, Who’s Bad marks their 10th year performing as The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band. In that span, Who’s Bad has played more shows in more cities worldwide than any other tribute act related to the King of Pop. 

Their first show was exactly ten years ago today. What began as a humble college experiment by University of North Carolina alum, Vamsi Tadepalli, has grown to be something bigger and more symbolic than he ever dreamed it could:

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