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Molly Wilson

City Editor

Molly Wilson lives in Asheville, NC and started with AVLtoday in July 2023. Molly has taught high school English, managed a magazine, and edited for the federal government. She spends her downtime hiking with her dog, wandering thrift stores, and slowly making her way through an unreasonably large book collection.

Asheville restaurants, cafes, and diners serving up all the eggs, pancakes, shakshuka, mimosas, and other brunch favorites that will start your day off right.
Learn more about Community Supported Agriculture and partner with a local farm during CSA Week.
Explore these local dog-friendly businesses — everything from breweries and restaurants to where to stay the night.
Find your forever best friend at a local shelter.
The Indian street food restaurant will be taking over the former Buxton Hall Barbecue space on Banks Avenue.
See what’s on the ballot, when + how to vote, and important information for Election Day in the Land of the Sky.
From simple gestures to volunteering your time, put a smile on your neighbor’s face and celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week.
You won’t want to miss these opportunities to make your voice heard — on everything from affordable housing to elections.
We’re here to help plan your next date in the 828.
Totaling about 366 acres, the two projects represent the next step in the County’s 2030 conservation goal.
Ring in the Year of the Dragon with a few events around the city.
Get to know your neighborhood through the geographical information systems that are mapping Buncombe County.
The Caribbean fusion restaurant announced its foray into the world of craft beer with the launch of Nine Mile Brewing in Montford.
Celebrate the community through talks and storytelling, education and work, art and poetry all month long.
Whether you’re an art lover or a plant enthusiast, history buff or community advocate, there’s a local book club for you — if you know where to look.
The designer toy expo showcases a pop surrealist art form that takes inspiration from the mediums and methods of traditional toy manufacturers.
Funding for the new Industry Proving Grounds Program was announced on Tuesday — so let’s take a look at the center of the initiative right here in our city.
The Market Place and Chef Jason Sellers of Plant both made the list for their culinary achievements.
Cast your vote on your favorite 2023 photos submitted by readers.
Learn about the biggest industries and employers in the Asheville metro area with this guide to local business.
Whether you’re interested in growing your business, exploring a culinary world, or just hearing a good story, there’s an Asheville podcast for you.
Make sure that your furry, scaly, slippery, or buzzing friends are staying up to local code.
You’ve got two chances to see the documentary and hear from the activists + filmmakers who are working to save their language.
The culinary celebration makes the perfect excuse to take a seat at your favorite spot or sample somewhere new.
Herb growers Katie Grear + Mike Adams and tea maker Jessie Dean start with a seed and take marshmallow all the way to the tea cup.
An Asheville-based nonprofit has announced the new hourly living wage as well as a new starting rate for Pledged Living Wage employers.
The citywide survey will focus on general opinions as well as specific issues like recreation, the environment, and safety.
The new festival aims to break barriers within the local Asian community and share the diverse array of cultures proudly.
You told us which empty buildings could be converted into affordable housing.
With pedestrians, cyclists, and greenways in mind, the committee aims to make an impact on the interconnectivity of local transportation.