Half a century ago Rogersville played a major role in the Davy Crockett mania that swept the nation, attracting thousand of people every year to its summer long “Davy Crockett Outdoor Drama” that was performed not far from the resting place of Crockett’s grandparents.
The public is invited to celebrate the Fourth of July next week in Rogersville with a day of free live music and fun family activities capped off with a concert by Restless Heart and a massive fireworks display.
Out & About with Katherine features local happenings and upcoming events in and around the Tri-Cities. In this week’s column, Katherine shares highlights from the 2017 Chinese New Year Celebration.
Today's Out & About gallery features photos from the 2017 Chinese New Year Celebration held Feb. 25 at the Kingsport Civic Auditorium. The photos were submitted by Richard Lane.
The event featured a traditional Chinese buffet by Ming
Director Kenn Naegele is excited for the community to finally see what’s been keeping everyone at the Kingsport Theatre Guild so busy in recent weeks.
The first time I saw Carson Peters was on Jay Leno. I saw a commercial advertising him and thought “what a cute little boy.” Then, I heard him play and — like Jay Leno — I was blown away.
Looking for a gift that's got rhythm this Valentine's Day? Well, the Highlands Youth Ensemble has put together quite a treat.
Auditions for "Princess Diana, the Musical" will be held March 27-28 at the Renaissance Center in Kingsport. A large cast is needed for the production, which will be staged in June.
The Birthplace of Country Music announced Wednesday afternoon that headliner Loretta Lynn will not perform at this year’s Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival.
KINGSPORT — From small gigs in East Tennessee to shows at colleges around the country, Austin Moody’s country music career has led him on a whirlwind journey that he considers a dream come true.
Sullivan Gardens K-8 middle grades performing arts students will produce two free encore performances of Disney’s “The Lion King JR.” on Thursday, May 12 at 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at Northeast State Community College.
Santa made his annual appearance in downtown Rogersville Saturday riding on top of a Rogersville Fire Department fire truck at the rear of the Christmas Parade along Main Street. The parade featured performances by the Cherokee High School band, the