Three of the cast members of Theatre Bristol's recent production of Schoolhouse Rock Live! took a few minutes between school performances to talk to A! Magazine.
New arts centers are changing the landscape of area college campuses. College administrators appear to be confident that "If we build it, performers and artists will want to play there."
The Appalachian Arts Center is housed in the Old Archie Helton Store, three miles north of the college's main campus in Richlands, Va.
Suzanne Brewster has been named Director of Marketing and Administration for the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance in Bristol.
The Regional Center for the Performing Arts will usher in a new era in theater performance at Northeast State Technical Community College.
A new arts center is part of a fundraising effort recently begun by Emory & Henry College.
It's a bird; no, it's a spaceship landed in the middle of downtown Roanoke.
Dance at East Tennessee State University is taking quite a turn this fall.
Four articles by Greg Horn, assistant professor of English at Southwest Virginia Community College, are scheduled to appear in the forthcoming book, "Musicians and Composers of the 20th Century."
Throughout history, people and nations have been shaped by the military conflicts that they have endured and survived, and the stories that are born of those conflicts.
There's too much history to fit it all in the Bristol Mall museum, so they're bringing some to Smyth County.
"History of Country Music in the Tri-Cities," the first interactive kiosk of its kind in the region, opened to the public Tuesday, Nov. 6, in the Carroll Reece Museum at East Tennessee State University.
Winners of the 2007 Wildlife Weekend Photography Contest and Show were announced by Friends of Steele Creek Nature Center and Park (FSCNCP) during the recent annual weekend celebration at the park.
Officers with local law enforcement agencies are called upon to serve all members of their communities, which requires them to gain an understanding of a wide range of behaviors.