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The dance performance features ‘70s music. Read more

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Bring a comfy chair, sit in the shade of the large performance tent, and enjoy the sounds of East Tennessee musical history. Read more

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The music is vocal and instrumental, allowing the band to experiment with arrangements and tailor the compositions to become vehicles for exploration. Read more

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Dr. Enuf Turns Seventy

Fred Sauceman

In 1950, Mrs. Dan Smith of Elizabethton, Tennessee, started taking injections for a stomach ailment. But her discomfort continued into the summer of 1951. She decided to buy a carton of Dr. Enuf, a drink that had been introduced to East Tennessee. Read more

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Summer spectacle lights up the Tennessee sky. Read more

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The festival features authentic traditional food vendors representing Asian countries and areas such as Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Korea, China, Japan, Philippines, and Vietnam. Read more

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Every 4th of July, the Museum of Appalachia staff use gunpowder to launch a 200-pound anvil hundreds of feet into the air. Read more

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Grandfather's keeper

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WalletHub, a website known for providing basic financial guidance, has ranked the best states for road trips. Read more

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Museum exhibition explores the history of Mountain Dew Read more

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Items include pecans, peaches, jellies, soaps, body lotions, dog biscuits, walking canes, clothing, bread, candles, pickles, pottery, syrups, and lots more, all grown, harvested, canned, baked, stitched or crafted in Georgia. Read more

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Peach cobbler

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In South Carolina, peach cobbler truly is a Southern specialty. From the locally sourced peaches to the homemade batter, it will have your mouth watering. Read more

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Palate, Nose and Soul

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For eons, spices and teas have offered flavor and solace to the human experience. Whether for medicinal, celebratory or culinary reasons, these simple yet complex pleasures connect people with nature and to one another. Read more

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Pioneer Day features Southern Appalachian crafts, live bands, food trucks, vintage farm tools and equipment, Civil War re-enactors, special exhibits, authors, animals, children’s games and much more. Read more

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This festival, a long-standing Knoxville tradition, sees 40,000 to 50,000 people over the 3-day weekend each year. Read more

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The festival features a line-up of musicians, storytellers, artists, and more – many nationally recognized - to entertain audiences and share Appalachian traditions. Read more

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North Carolina has created a traveling exhibit that examines the history of barbecue and its continuing place in state culture. Read more

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Traditionally hailing from the deep, dark woods of France, Italy and Spain, the black winter truffle is beginning to be successfully cultivated in our own mountains. Read more

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A chance to visit Mabry-Hazen House after hours on a weekday and drink up a little history. Read more

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Comfort food

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Fall Heritage Days at the Museum of Appalachia will transport guests back in time through the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of pioneer traditions and demonstrations Read more

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