The leaders of the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance (BCMA) in Bristol, TN/VA are taking the BCMA to new levels in both the surrounding community and worldwide.
The daughter of a coal miner with Irish and Cherokee heritage, Delilah Ferne O'Haynes grew up in Clintwood, Va., and had resided all her life in the Appalachian region.
The Highlands Ballet Company, based in Abingdon, Va., will perform May 11-13 before England's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip during Virginia's 400th Anniversary Commemoration in historic Jamestown.
The Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, Sept. 14-16, has already lined up dozens of musicians for the seventh annual festival, to be held in the historic downtown district.
Pamela Duncan's books resonate with people who love their families, but yearn to venture into unexplored territory. — - Meet the author on May 20 at 3 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, Va.
Four hundred years ago this month, a group of British citizens began the struggle at James Forte (later Jamestown) to establish a permanent English colony in the New World. Much hoopla is being made of this anniversary, and I admit to being excited.
"Arts & Economic Prosperity III" details how The Arts mean business for the nation's economy.
Producing Artistic Director Rick Rose said a third theater, a gift show, and a museum will be added to the Barter's campus within the next three to five years.
East Tennessee State University's Dr. Ardis Nelson is back on campus, fresh from the 15th annual international literary conference in Antigua, Guatemala, where she and her co-editor presented their newly released book.
Washington County, Va. native Jim Counts has a new book out.
This summer, the Smithsonian Institution will celebrate cultural diversity with three distinct programs at its 41st annual Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C.
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced that it will award 951 grants totaling $67,348,450.
The Jacksonville Jazz Festival offered three days of concerts from early morning until late at night, and admission was only $10 per day.
Being helpful earns a big reward for little sister Grace Gunstra.
The daughter of a coal miner, with Irish and Cherokee heritage, Delilah Ferne O'Haynes grew up in Clintwood, Virginia and has resided all her life in the Appalachian region. Her first book, an artistic collaboration of poetry and p
Magic was in the air. I could feel it all the way up to Northeast Tennessee where I was making last minute preparations to go to the "Emerald (Art) City" of Mecca, of Babylon, of Fable. I was going to Art Basel Miami Beach...