To have a career in the film industry, you need to pack your bags and head for Hollywood, right? Well, not necessarily.
Belle Avery is a busy woman — writing and editing screenplays, executive producing and directing films — all while living in the rural Alvarado community, about seven miles from Abingdon, Virginia.
Frank Hoyt Taylor has been working steadily in films since 1984, but his home — a pastoral farm in Dungannon, Va. — couldn't be farther away from the bright lights of Tinseltown.
"Don't Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell" could easily pass for one of Neal Simon's best plays, such as "The Odd Couple" or "The Sunshine Boys." But it's by Duke Ernsberger and Virginia Cate, two howlingly whacky p
The Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association announced winners of the 11th annual Pinnacle Awards luncheon on May 7 at the MeadowView Marriott Resort & Convention Center in Kingsport, Tenn.
"Repeat Commission!" Those two words please me as much as any other phrase I've heard in my life as a composer. It ranks right up there with "I LOVED your music" — but a repeat commission reinforces compliments with tangible rew
To make a career as an actor you need to pack your bags and head for New York or Hollywood, right? Well, not necessarily.
Dozens of people came to the Bristol Public Library on Saturday to hear a well-known medical doctor speak about his career. But it wasn't his MD that drew them. They came to meet the man whose words had entertained them since 1972,
Three minutes or 30 years. Which amount of success would you rather have? Songwriter Richard Leigh chose 30 years and then some.