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The hosts of The Asheville View interview Asheville City Council candidates behind the scenes at the Mountain Xpress Candidate Forum.

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The Western North Carolina AIDS Project: WNCAP

The Western North Carolina AIDS Project: WNCAP

Michael Poandl of the Western North Carolina AIDS Project talks to Myriam of The Asheville View about the organization and what it does to raise awareness about available AIDS treatments and fundraising events in the region. Learn More

The Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center

The Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center

Jeff Arnal, the executive director of the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, tells Kirby and us about the museum and its exhibits while discussing the impact that Black Mountain College, which existed from 1933 to 1957, has had on the arts... not only...

Laura Webb from Her Two Cents Podcast

Laura Webb from Her Two Cents Podcast

Financial advisor and podcast host Laura Webb of Webb Investment Services talks to Aisha Adams about reasons and ways to become financially literate and build a savings cushion. Check out Laura's Her Two Cents Podcast where she and her co-host Faith Doyle empower...

AARP presents Author Ann Miller Woodford

AARP presents Author Ann Miller Woodford

Tina talks to AARP Representative Rebecca Chaplim & Anne Miller Woodford about a special Black History Month event featuring the historian, artist and author: Ann Woodford. This presentation will include the ways that Woodford has highlighted the voices of people...

The Western North Carolina AIDS Project: WNCAP

Michael Poandl of the Western North Carolina AIDS Project talks to Myriam of The Asheville View about the organization and what it does to raise awareness about available AIDS treatments and fundraising events in the region. Learn More

The Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center

Jeff Arnal, the executive director of the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, tells Kirby and us about the museum and its exhibits while discussing the impact that Black Mountain College, which existed from 1933 to 1957, has had on the arts... not only...

Laura Webb from Her Two Cents Podcast

Financial advisor and podcast host Laura Webb of Webb Investment Services talks to Aisha Adams about reasons and ways to become financially literate and build a savings cushion. Check out Laura's Her Two Cents Podcast where she and her co-host Faith Doyle empower...

AARP presents Author Ann Miller Woodford

Tina talks to AARP Representative Rebecca Chaplim & Anne Miller Woodford about a special Black History Month event featuring the historian, artist and author: Ann Woodford. This presentation will include the ways that Woodford has highlighted the voices of people...

Jeff Kaplan and Venture Asheville

Jeff Kaplan from the Asheville Area Chamber Of Commerce and Venture Asheville talks about what his organizations can do for budding businesspeople.

Clips

The Great Escape

The Great Escape

Ever wish you could do a life swap? Find out who Aisha, Kirby and Myriam wish they could swap lives with.

Counteracting Dismissive Attacks

Counteracting Dismissive Attacks

From Season 1 "Braveheart" episode. You've witnessed it, dished it, or you've been the recipient... You raise a valid argument to defend yourself or others and someone dismisses you as dramatic or angry or hormonal in an attempt to lessen you and your point in the...

The Great Escape

Ever wish you could do a life swap? Find out who Aisha, Kirby and Myriam wish they could swap lives with.

School Dayz

The hosts discuss back to school and the achievement gap.

Counteracting Dismissive Attacks

From Season 1 "Braveheart" episode. You've witnessed it, dished it, or you've been the recipient... You raise a valid argument to defend yourself or others and someone dismisses you as dramatic or angry or hormonal in an attempt to lessen you and your point in the...

I’m seen as a disruption because I exist

From Season 1 "Braveheart" episode. Sometimes you can be seen as a disruption simply for existing. People are penalized for things they can't control…like bringing a fish on land and hating it for not being able to breathe the air and hating it for needing the water....

Ask the Doctor (Juice)

Dear Dr. Norling, What causes skin conditions like eczema?   Meet Dr. Sharon Norling Meet the Hosts: Dr. Sharon Norling Twitter: @DrSharonNorling Instagram: @drsharonnorling

Blog

Dining In For Life

Dining In For Life

Dining Out For Life, WNCAP's biggest annual fundraiser, looks a little different this year. But you can still give back to WNCAP and support your favorite independent restaurants - Dine IN For Life on Thursday, April 29!  In a "normal" non-pandemic year, Dining Out...

Our Schools, Our Future

Our Schools, Our Future

To say this year has been a difficult one is an understatement. We have been on a roller coaster ride and cannot seem to get off. People lost loved ones, some became gravely ill, businesses closed, suicide and abuse rates went up. All around devastation. Each and...

Artist spotlight: John Hornsby

Artist spotlight: John Hornsby

@johnhornsbycreative @johnhornsbycreative @john_hornsby I was always the artistic kid in my social groups and school as I was growing up. So it was one of my natural talents that my family helped foster by getting me private lessons and encouraging my pursuit of it. I...

3 Things We Wish All Food Producers/New BRFV Clients Understood

3 Things We Wish All Food Producers/New BRFV Clients Understood

Stephan Pruitt Photography Ekos Asheville-166 I have always had an interest in making food – indeed, many of my first jobs were in restaurants, starting, ironically, at a McDonalds. In fact, when my sister and I were growing up, coming home from school and waiting for...

What is Día de los Reyes?

What is Día de los Reyes?

The holiday season for most Americans ended in December with Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. However, many Latin Americans in the States and abroad also celebrate a holiday known as Día de los Reyes, which for many Latinx children is a second Christmas. Día de...

Dining In For Life

Dining Out For Life, WNCAP's biggest annual fundraiser, looks a little different this year. But you can still give back to WNCAP and support your favorite independent restaurants - Dine IN For Life on Thursday, April 29!  In a "normal" non-pandemic year, Dining Out...

Our Schools, Our Future

To say this year has been a difficult one is an understatement. We have been on a roller coaster ride and cannot seem to get off. People lost loved ones, some became gravely ill, businesses closed, suicide and abuse rates went up. All around devastation. Each and...

Artist spotlight: John Hornsby

@johnhornsbycreative @johnhornsbycreative @john_hornsby I was always the artistic kid in my social groups and school as I was growing up. So it was one of my natural talents that my family helped foster by getting me private lessons and encouraging my pursuit of it. I...

3 Things We Wish All Food Producers/New BRFV Clients Understood

Stephan Pruitt Photography Ekos Asheville-166 I have always had an interest in making food – indeed, many of my first jobs were in restaurants, starting, ironically, at a McDonalds. In fact, when my sister and I were growing up, coming home from school and waiting for...

What is Día de los Reyes?

The holiday season for most Americans ended in December with Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. However, many Latin Americans in the States and abroad also celebrate a holiday known as Día de los Reyes, which for many Latinx children is a second Christmas. Día de...

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The Asheville View” is a daytime-style talk web series hosted by Aisha Adams, Kirby Winner, Myiram Weber, Tina White, and Kahlani Jackson. The show serves as a morning cup of coffee for equity advocates across the South.

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Hosts

Aisha Adams

Kirby Winner

Myriam Weber

Tina White

Kahlani Jackson