A! Magazine for the Arts is celebrating its 25th birthday this month. Since November 1994, the magazine has been extolling the extraordinary diversity and talents of artists and arts organizations in the greater Tri-Cities area.
A! Magazine for the Arts celebrates its 25th birthday this month. You are cordially invited to help us celebrate our birthday Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Paramount Center for the Arts, Bri
Ava White’s theater experience began at Theatre Bristol when she was 8.
Internationally known fantasy artist Charles Vess speaks at the Washington County Public Library, Abingdon, Virginia, Nov. 17 at 3 p.m.
ETSU alumna Becky Buller is not only the first artist to win in both instrumental and vocal categories at the International Bluegrass Music Awards, and the first female to win fiddle player of the year, she is also a songwriter whose songs have been re
The Bristol Music Club holds its annual Scholarship Benefit Saturday, Nov. 16, beginning at 10 a.m., at Central Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Virginia.
Theatre Bristol presents “Into the Woods,” the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine award-winning Broadway musical at the Paramount Center for the Arts, Bristol, Tennessee, Nov. 15 — 24.
Mel Brooks was writing masterful comedy long before email or text messaging, he also cultivated the concept of ROFL.
Virginia Highlands Community College’s fall Arts Array Film Series continues.
“Wayland,” Rita Quillen’s sequel to “Hiding Ezra,” is a tightly-woven package of elements that comprise a literary success.
ABINGDON, VA –‘Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia’s Artisan Networkis celebrating the launch of its new student membership,
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts celebrated the first anniversary ofVMFA on the Road: An Artmobile for the 21st Century.
JOHNSON CITY – An East Tennessee State University graduate student in storytelling has learned that an award-winning book she self-published in 2012 is to be made into a major motion picture.
WISE, Va. — Frances Sturdavant is sharing the spotlight in Wise, Virginia.
ABINGDON — Pastor Randy Camper stood at the lectern in The Gathering Place Worship & Ministry Center on Wednesday night. Guitars to his left and to his right flanked a large wooden cross in the center.
ABINGDON, Va. — With the 2020 season at Barter Theatre recently unveiled, Katy Brown knows she has big shoes to fill as the theater’s new producing artistic director.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — I’ve been filling the pages of this newspaper for 26 years.
In conjunction with the unveiling of Barter Theatre’s 2020 season, Richard Rose announced his plans to retire from the organization Dec. 31
ABINGDON, Va. — Rachael Adams just wants to share her artistic dreams.