Abingdon, Virginia’s, newest restaurant, Foresta, is filled with art – both on and off the plate.
Jason Vanover of J. Frank Restaurant, Bristol, Tennessee, grew up in restaurants.
Nathan Brand of Timber Restaurant in Johnson City, Tennessee, got his start in the culinary world when he was 14.
Did you know we have some amazing food trucks in this region?
Faith Vance says theater has taught her life lessons, and she tries to give back through her service with Theatre Bristol.
During the first half of the 19th century, artisans who made furniture called themselves “cabinetmakers,” and Northeast Tennessee supported a number of these craftsmen.
A! Magazine for the Arts recently lost one of its most beloved and significant volunteers.
Broadstone Press recently published Edison Jennings’s first full-length poetry collection, “Intentional Fallacies.”
Kim Davis has been named the new executive director of the Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation, Friends of Southwest Virginia and ‘Round the Mountain.
Have you ever wondered what your grandmother’s favorite porcelain vase is worth?
Theatre Bristol presents Shakespeare in the Park with “Twelfth Night” Aug. 13, 14 and 15 in Cumberland Square Park in Bristol, Virginia.
Celebrate regional craft with WKMA’s “Music & Makers” festival.
The Virginia Highlands Festival invites you explore historic Abingdon, Virginia, while learning about the region’s culture and history.
The international “FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Social & Politically Engaged Art” at East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum continues to represent the spirit of social and political movements of the country and world.
Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music Studies and the Department of Appalachian Studies at East Tennessee State University announce two new artists in residence.
The Department of Theatre and Dance at East Tennessee State University presents its 2021-2022 season in the Martin Center for the Arts beginning in November.
The Crowe Hollerers' Medicine Show is pulling into the Marion farmers market space on Saturday, Aug. 28.
A Wythe County girl with a little more than a year as a fiddler on her musical resume took fifth place in the youth competition at the Old Fiddler’s Convention in Galax last week.
EMORY, Va. — David St. Clair can still remember attending his elementary school fair when he was in the fourth grade. To his delight, the event included the sale of 45 top hit records.
Stories come to life on the Theatre Bristol stage and that history comes to life under a Bristol Public Library spotlight this summer.
The Asheville Art Museum is organizing a group of three exhibitions drawn from the museum’s collection in conjunction with the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announces the appointment of Patrick Patrong to the position of Chief Diversity Officer, Assistant Deputy Director for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and HR Strategic Initiatives.
ABINGDON, Va. — John Sauers won’t stop painting and dreaming and trying to share his ideas with his fans.
ABINGDON, Va. — Barter will soon be back in business on Main Street in Abingdon.
Library patrons can now pick up materials any time of the day or night.