Maurice Vanhook’s interest in wood carving started with inspiration in the ‘60s but didn’t come to fruition until more than 40 years later.
Isaac Grunstra learned about blacksmithing through a Boy Scouts of America summer camp. After that week, he was hooked and went on to both start making knives and became an Eagle Scout.
Taking a path that intertwines rock, blues and gospel, Farris rediscovers and reinterprets traditional gospel music while adding his own mix of Stax-influenced blue-eyed soul.
Melissa Ferguson, assistant professor at King University in the Bible and Religion department, has a debut book.
The Sons of Liberty, Joshua, Noah and Daniel Smith, three brothers from Southwest Virginia, have a unique mission: to preserve the music of the American Revolution — by playing it.
A! Magazine celebrated its 25th birthday in November with a public reception at the Paramount Center for the Arts, Bristol, Tennessee.
The Sullivan County Tennessee School System holds an annual Christmas Card Art Contest for its students.
A theater doesn’t become the nation’s longest running professional theater without determined visionaries at its helm.
Highlands Ballet Company brings the timeless tradition of “The Nutcracker” to life on the stage of the McGlothlin Center for the Arts, Emory & Henry College on Dec. 14 & 15 at 2:30 p.m.
Love runs deep in Theatre Bristol’s 55th season.
Community Christmas announces that the 25th annual Community Christmas program ushers in the holidays.
Bristol Ballet first produced "The Nutcracker" in 1965,
Woodworking for Charles Quillin runs in the family. He learned from his father-in-law, practices his craft with his wife, Heda, and has taught family members.