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Dolly Parton

Tyler Reddick’s car has been painted pink and white and features Dolly Parton’s face on the hood. Read more

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To the left of the desk where I work stands a small shelf containing 114 books—I just counted them—nearly all of which are collections of essays. Standing shoulder to shoulder in this crowd are counselors, comedians, critics, sinners and saints. Read more

Good Reads

Sing along and get a great price on giving Smoky Mountain Living magazine as a gift! Read more

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Proceeds from the event benefit Keep Sevier Beautiful and the Share It Forward program at Dollywood. Read more

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"Dollywood has hogged the spotlight long enough," Dolly Parton says. Read more

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Gatlinburg Gratitude

Webster PR photo

A devastating fire in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, on Nov. 28, 2016, claimed 14 lives, injured almost 200 and damaged or destroyed close to 2,500 homes, businesses and other structures. A year later, victims look back with gratitude and forward with hope. Read more

Features

On Top of Old Smoky: New Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music features artists such as Dolly Parton, Norman Blake, Kate Brislin, and David Holt performing tunes that Smoky Mountains residents would have been singing when the national park was developed. Read more

Sweet Appalachia

Away up there

Treehouse Hideaways photo

Southern Appalachia’s latest crop of guest retreats deepen the experience of some of the region’s most popular destinations—from the glitz of Dollywood and Biltmore Estate to the rugged allure of Pisgah National Forest and Lookout Mountain. Read more

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Dolly's Dots

James Lendemer photo

Dolly Parton has long been in a class of her own in the Smokies. Thanks to scientists, now she’s got her own species, too. Read more

Mountain Explorer

Dreamsong Theater

Sarah E. Kucharski photo

The International Storytelling Center (ISC) and Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort will join forces in the coming year to highlight the art of storytelling at Dollywood’s newest destination in the Great Smoky Mountains. Read more

Departments

Sha-Kon-O-Hey!

Donated photo

Cascading waterfalls, scenic elements and new stage effects on a lush set at Dollywood transport the audience back to the Great Smoky Mountains during the 1930s, when change was insurmountable. Read more

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