Symphony of the Mountains, under the direction of Music Director Cornelia Laemmli Orth, has a busy summer season planned.
Abingdon Main Street Alliance has revitalized First Fridays through downtown Abingdon.
The Official Outdoor Drama of the State of Tennessee begins its 42nd season June 4, at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park in Elizabethton, Tennessee.
Johnson City Public Library’s Summer Reading Program begins Tuesday, June 1 and runs through Friday, July 23.
After taking a pause in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Border Bash celebrates its return to historic Downtown Bristol.
Bristol Ballet announces a full slate of summer programming in June.
A coalescence of the past and present comes together to beg the question, how has craft changed?
The Elizabethton Arts and Cultural Alliance has announced the winner of its April Poetry Contest held in honor of National Poetry Month.
Gibson Bartlett started singing in choir when he was a child and that eventually led to his love of theater.
Registration for William King Museum of Art’s Summer Art Camp, Abingdon, Virginia, is open.
In an 1824 Greene County advertisement, Powhatan Shumak stated that his customers “will be happy with all kinds of cabinet furniture."
The Reece Museum and Slocumb Galleries at East Tennessee State University received multiple honors.
Barter Theatre has announced its next four months of programming.
Barter Theatre’s second year at the Moonlite Drive-In Theatre is underway.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – State Street will be filled with laughter this summer with the opening of the Twin City’s newest attraction, Blue Ridge Comedy Club.
Free admission offered to the groundbreaking exhibition "The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse."
A feature-length documentary film is being spearheaded by a group of Tennessee filmmakers in an effort to tell the world about an overlooked population in America: African-Americans in Appalachia.
East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum recently received a donation of 50 artworks from the Sammie L. Nicely estate.
ABINGDON, Va. — To John Dickens, birds are fascinating creatures. Beautiful, too.