Sheville

Get Free Email Updates!

Get progressive community news & events.

I agree to have my personal information transfered to MailChimp ( more information )

I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Featured

Tools to Change the World: A Study Guide by Dada Maheshvarananda and Mirra Price

A few years ago I happily discovered Dada Maheshvarananda’s work, and later, when I read his book, After Capitalism, it was a further revelation. A broad and ambitious book, it sets out a comprehensive critique of the economic system that’s literally killing planet Earth as it distorts and destroys all life as we know it—call it the Death Ship. After Capitalism offers, as well, an alternative vision, a humane horizon we can begin to see through the soot and the smut, something to move toward as we engage the struggle against the Dark Angel. The book felt urgent when I first encountered it, and I gave it to friends and comrades everywhere. Its message is even more urgent today—the crisis deepens and the approaching catastrophe accelerates.


MONEY AND MARRIAGE the Second Time Around

Money really is a defining factor in any relationship, but poses special challenges when you’re contemplating marrying for a second (or third) time.  In a 2012 study of 4,500 couples, fighting about money early on in a relationship was by far the most accurate predictor of divorce, regardless of income, debt or net worth.[1]  Researchers found that no matter how long the relationship had lasted, if there were monetary disagreements early on, there was a good chance that the overall satisfaction with the relationship would be poor.  So, if money plays such an important role in our relationships, what can we do about it?


Please share your feedback on the Thomas Wolfe Cabin site concept plans

In January 2019, the Thomas Wolfe Cabin Master Plan was commissioned by the City of Asheville, in partnership with the Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County.


THE PAUSE – Silence and the Presence of Everything

By Gordon Hempton in On Being

A single thunderstorm upended Gordon Hempton’s life. While on a cross-country road trip in his mid-twenties, he decided to pull over in a field to get some rest. As the storm rolled in, he simply laid back, listened, and began to hear things he’d never noticed before: chirping crickets and the way the thunder echoed across the valley.


CULTURAL COLLISIONS 2019

Patriarchy is at its most potent when oppression doesn’t feel like oppression, or when it is packaged in terms of biology, religion or basic social needs like security, comfort, acceptance and success. Heterosexuality offers women all these things as selling points to their consensual subjection.


Featured Book & CD: TOWARD the CLEARING, by Jean Cassidy

We’ve done a re-run of my poetry book and CD, Toward the Clearing, more copies available!

Jean describes her poetry as “a choreography of words” as she joins her poetry with musical accompaniment. Her poetry book includes a CD of the poems accompanied by oboe, English horn, flute, piano, fretless banjo, violin, and balafon in the final product that is a beautiful collaboration with regional musicians and readers. Jean’s work has previously been published in It’s All Relative – Tales from the Tree, and in The Great Smokies Review – Online Publication through UNC Asheville

In Ordinary Time  Click to hear Susan Shinn read “In Ordinary Time” with piano accompaniment by Lytingale


The Forest Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), PROPOSED REVISIONS to NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (NEPA) REGULATIONS

Sent in from Green Corner, the Montford Community Newsletter – Mitch Russell

I don’t usually advocate and try to remain politically neutral in this column, but to shut out our voices in a process isn’t American. There is a potential change in the US Forest Service National Environmental Policy Act, NEPA, that could have catastrophic consequences. The change could include removing public comments and involvement, as well as not utilizing outside scientific analysis. You may comment using any of the methods at the end of this article, but please do so by August 26 @11:59pm

Pisgah National Forest is the closest to Asheville and in its entire range contains roughly 513,000 acres managed by the Forest Service. There is additional acreage managed by other agencies or entities.


How to get preschoolers ready to learn math

In The Conversation: If you’re a parent of a preschooler, you might be wondering how you can help set your child up for success once they enter kindergarten.

By now, you have probably heard of the importance of reading and talking to your child to support their language and literacy skills. You may have even made reading, talking and learning the ABCs part of your daily routine.

But did you know that you can also support your child’s math learning during everyday interactions at home? CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE


Tzedek Social Justice Fellowship based in Asheville, North Carolina

The Amy Mandel and Katina Rodis Fund (AMKRF) has been supporting and promoting the social justice work of leading progressive organizations since the late 1980’s. AMKRF supports efforts that address systemic change with regards to policy, legal, and cultural reform.

In 2012, the AMKRF founded The Tzedek Social Justice Fellowship. The Amy Mandel and Katina Rodis Fund is based in Asheville, North Carolina.


YOUR EVENTS, PRESS RELEASES & ANNOUNCEMENTS Advertising

EVENTS, PRESS RELEASES & ANNOUNCEMENTS Advertising

(YOU CAN PUBLISH YOUR EVENTS FOR YOURSELF YEAR ROUND INTO THE EVENTS CALENDAR – FREE)

SINGLE EVENT FULL PAGE  STAND-ALONE ADVERTISING for $35.00 we will:

~ publish your one time event such as a performance, book signing or book release, fundraiser, etc. 

ONGOING MONTHLY EVENTS ADVERTISING for $140.00/year we will:

~ publish and refresh your monthly events in one document with a link to your website events throughout the year. 

SPECIAL EVENTS and ONGOING MONTHLY EVENTS ADVERTISING for  $200.00/year we will:

~ publish your monthly events’ document and up to 4 of your special ticketed events (stand-alone, full page) throughout the year. 


SPECKLED TROUT REVIEW

I am happy to announce the launch of Speckled Trout Review. I have partnered with North Carolina writer Nancy Dillingham who will serve along with me as an editor. We will entertain submissions of poetry for our Fall 2019 issue, which will be published in December. At this time, Speckled Trout Review is an online publication with the hope of moving to print in the future. 

ADVERTISING OPTIONS

SheVille.org is an effective media platform for local WNC businesses that want broader marketplace exposure 24/7. 

SheVille.org is WNC women’s online magazine with a uniquely digital publication that provides you with a targeted advertising opportunity. Our audience consists of 79% women and 21% men. Women drive 80% of consumer spending and influence 90% of all home purchases. With SheVille.org your business will have great exposure to an interested audience locally, regionally and beyond. For graphic ads we can give you stats about your ad as you request. For more information Contact Us Here


Gentle Mothering Services

Gentle Mothering is a nonprofit organization that provides support to low-income women and Latinx families during childbirth by providing affordable childbirth classes, birth and postpartum services in Western North Carolina and the surrounding areas.

We understand first-hand, the importance of having personalized birth plans in place that provide the confidence and capability necessary for women to achieve their birth goals.


Asheville, NC Current Weather
59°
light rain
humidity: 82%
wind: 5mph NNW
H 61 • L 59
54°
Thu
66°
Fri
57°
Sat
Weather from OpenWeatherMap

Subscribe to Articles