Tennessee High School’s spring musical, “Ranked,” is drawn from the headlines.
TheBirthplace of Country Music Museumin historic downtown Bristol, Va.-Tenn., is now listed among the top 10 music museums in the country, according to USA Today.
The Asheville Art Museum has again achieved Accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums —the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums.
The Crooked Road revealed its first signature art piece Friday, March 10 in Clintwood, Virginia.
The “Gathering in the Gap” Music Festival offers an opportunity for area musicians to test their skills in a variety of musical competitions.
TheBirthplace of Country Musicand the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development announce singer-songwriter Ron Short has earned his place in the spotlight at Nashville's famedBluebird Cafe
Abingdon High School, Abingdon, Virginia, has a nearly 40-year history of producing musicals.
Hundreds of hours from teachers, students and the community culminate in John S. Battle High School’s spring musical, “Freaky Friday.”
“Mamma Mia” is Virginia High School’s choice for its spring musical.
Carly Street fell in love with the theater when she was 6 and went to see “Beauty and the Beast” at Barter Theatre, Abingdon, Virginia.
Legendary newgrass phenom Sam Bush headlines WBCM Radio Bristol’s Farm and Fun Time live variety show, along with Bristol’s alt-folk sensation Annabelle’s Curse, at 7 p.m., March 16, live from the historic stage at Paramount Bristol.<
“In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” — Anne Frank.
Carter Sickels, one of the most acclaimed of young Appalachian writers, is the featured speaker for the “Sunday with Friends” presentation Sunday, March 26 at 3 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, Virginia.
The Gathering in the Gap Music Festival invites regional artisans to create, display and sell their works at the annual festival Saturday, May 27.
Symphony of the Mountains presents “Celebrating Our Appalachian Mountain Home” at the Eastman Toy F. Reid Employee Center Auditorium, Kingsport, Tennessee, Saturday, March 4 at 7.30 p.m.
The Emory & Henry College theater department presents two productions this spring — one a musical and one a dance concert – that showcase the versatility of its student performers.
Tom Lee, an economic historian and professor at East Tennessee University, talks about his book, “The Tennessee-Virginia Tri-Cities: Urbanization in Appalachia, 1900-1950” Sunday, March 5, at 3 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library i
A collective of local culture workers announces new opportunities for folk and traditional artists and new support for cultural traditions in the greater Bristol region (Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee) thanks to Central Appalachia Living Tr
Theatre Bristol and River’s Way join to present “Real Heroes” March 25 at 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. and March 26 at 2:30 p.m. at the ARTspace, Bristol, Tennessee.