Racism is a difficult topic for conversation for many – but not for Sonny Kelly whose “The Talk” approaches the topic with love.
Virginia Highlands Community College’s Spring Arts Array Film Series begins.
East Tennessee State University congratulates five individuals associated with its Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music Studies and Department of Appalachian Studies who received 2020 Grammy Award nominations.
Superabundance: The Legacy of Laura Lu Copenhaver opens Feb. 13 at William King Museum of Art’s Price-Strongwell Cultural Heritage Galleries, Abingdon, Va.
“I thought that once you lost your hearing that was the end, but I was extraordinarily wrong,” says singer/songwriter Mandy Harvey, Golden Buzzer winner on America’s Got Talent.
“Aussie Opal,” a painting by Bluff City artist, Susan Connelly McClelland, was chosen for show in the National Juried Exhibition of 2020 at The Emporium Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Theatre Bristol presents the musical comedy Valentine, “She Loves Me.”
Drama students at Bristol Tennessee High School perform “Xanadu.”
Sunday with Friends hosts Rita Quillen Feb, 16 at 3 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library, Abingdon, Va.
Just in time for February’s Black History Month, the Virginia Department of Historic Resources has compiled “A Guidebook to Virginia’s African American Historical Markers.”
ABINGDON, Va. — David Browning sliced into a poached egg and talked about his artistic inspiration.
The Asheville Art Museum has received a major grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts celebrates Black History Month throughout February with special events as part of its longstanding commitment to inclusivity and diversity outlined in its 2015-2020 strategic plan.
BRISTOL, Va. — Superheroes live among us. None belong in either Marvel’s or DC’s universe, yet they’re as solid as Iron Man, strong as the Hulk, and super as Superman.
Charles Mitchell rips into a wild theory in a new book: how a clash of cultures lands between comfortable tradition and mystifying new science.
Nominations are being accepted for the fifth annual Arts Achievement Awards, sponsored by the Arts Alliance Mountain Empire. The awards are designed to recognize living individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the arts in the region.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — A doll lay atop an anatomical cow’s head. A range of music boxes, each gift-wrapped in bows and fabric of pink, rested on a desktop, above which a sign read, “I AM SAM.”