Choosing the name of their restored home, Black Dog Inn, a federal style home, was the easiest part of an extensive 18-month restoration process.
One of the oldest homes in Washington County, Virginia, is Walnut Grove, which was the residence of Robert Preston.
People who own or are thinking of purchasing a house in a historic district should be aware of what the guidelines are in that district.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2021 Historic Preservation Awards for the City of Bristol, Virginia.
Liam Besneatte-Cullinane, a senior at Emory & Henry College recently answered some questions.
William King Museum of Art celebrates the diversity of regional artistic talent with this biennial exhibition.
The Gallery @ Barr Photographics announces the inaugural installment of the Corner Gallery’s 2021 exhibition series with a collection of oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings, fabric art and photographs entitled “Jubilee” by the artis
Kimberly Brubaker Bradley's children’s book, “Fighting Words,” was chosen as a Newbery Honor Medal winner and an Odyssey Honor from the America Library Association.
Theatre Bristol is “Keeping Drama On –and Off– Stage,” with the first Theatre Bristol On Air production of the 2021 season,
“Stories of Resilience: Life and Identity in East Tennessee” is the theme of a story competition.
ABINGDON, Va. — Louise Ware cruises into Abingdon every few months and seeks treasures at the Highlands Thrift Store.
Mike Wilson walked off the Virginia Creeper Trail with a wealth of artistic inspiration.
A Los Angeles film company has acquired the rights to “Chasing the Squirrel,” a true-crime book by author Ron Peterson Jr., about one of Bland County’s most colorful characters. The book is in development as a multi-episode documentar
The Old Dominion Blacksmithing Association had its first club meeting of 2021 at the Floyd Center for the Arts’ blacksmithing forge on Saturday. “This morning we worked on handle embellishment,” said Jay Hatfield.
William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, announces a call for artists for its biennial exhibition.
The Bristol Public Library will soon open to the public as COVID-19 virus transmission decreases in the region.
Three local youth got a chance to shine in the limelight last week when the George Washington Research Paper Competition culminated with an awards celebration for students, their parents and teachers.
Tony and Crystal Holston’s staircase is a testament to daughter Cheyenne Holston’s love for her family and her family’s love of books.
Adam Estavez figures he might be considered a rock star kind of artist.
ATusculum Universitystudent recently added to his collection of writing awards with a first place finish in the Poet’s Playground contest of The Tennessee Magazine.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded nearly $346,000 in grant funds to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
As staff at theBirthplace of Country Musicin downtown Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia looks ahead.