As the season for live storytelling draws to a close in Jonesborough, a handful of very special opportunities remain to take in live music and storytelling concerts before the end of the year—including Japanese guitarist Hiroya Tsukamoto’s much
Nov 11, 2019 at 9:15 AM
Perhaps a more unheralded part of Johnson City’s rich history, the city’s sesquicentennial commission is hoping to highlight just how important music has been to the city’s culture.
An attorney from Wisconsin in a past life, Johnson City’s Ruby Berry has moved from the courtroom to the darkroom.
The East Tennessee State University Department of Physical Therapy is set to host its second annual Trot or Treat 3K Fun Run on Saturday to raise funds for physical therapy research.
You may not have heard his name, but that’s fine. Jason Flack would rather you know his art.
Fans of Halloween-themed theater are in for a treat this month, as both the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre and the Johnson City Community Theatre are bringing classic Halloween stories to their respective stages.
A number of East Tennessee State University faculty and musicians, along with several community organizations, have been instrumental in organizing and bringing to fruition an upcoming celebration of Appalachian music.
Though not usually where one would visit in hopes of catching some trout, Legion Street Pool will transform into one of the area’s best fishing holes on Oct. 12.
Since forming in April 2018, Ghoulgasm has helped fill a niche for a local fanbase nostalgic for the ‘70s and ‘80s “horror punk” sound and live experience.
Events in the region.
For Rod Haaland, Saturday’s inaugural Mill Spring Makers Faire in Jonesborough was as much of a family outing as it was a business one.
Live music and more.
Diane Edgecomb, a storyteller who specializes in traditional lore from the British Isles and original tales about the natural world, will join the Celtic harper Margot Chamberlain for a weeklong performance series at the International Storytelling Center.
Though they’re still fairly new to the area, Jan and Vince Bowden have found the “perfect” home in Erwin, Tennessee.
Much like the punk bands of the ‘80s under President Ronald Reagan, Daybreaker is a band with a defiant political message in the age of President Donald Trump.