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Author Diana Gabaldon will attend events sponsored by the N.C. Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources. Read more

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The 35th edition of Exchange Place’s Spring Garden Fair, on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Sunday, April 28, from noon - 5 p.m. Read more

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Ron Chernow collaborated with Lin-Manuel Miranda on the sensational Broadway musical Hamilton. Read more

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The seminar will feature Yale University’s Dr. Aniko Bezur, who specializes in examining and analyzing cultural heritage objects. 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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The event will feature certified appraisers who will assess the value of antique treasures brought in by the public. Read more

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A Knoxville retailer and politician, Walker used country music to promote his grocery stores, which helped propel numerous artists onto the national and international scene. Read more

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Echoes from the Valley

Copy of old print by Clair Burket.

Sarah Ransom has been working with a local Junior Appalachian Musicians group, which introduced her to Appalachian storytelling and the history. She was asked to write a fictional story based on historic events in Johnson County, Tennessee. Read more

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Lose yourself in 11,000 years of history for a few hours. Read more

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Ford’s career spanned radio, recording, and television, resulting in three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Read more

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The Bristol Sessions is featured in the first episode of the series, which will air on PBS in September. Read more

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Google doodles celebrate the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists. Read more

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Play features tall tales, stories and music from Mark Twain. Read more

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Fashions of the gilded age recreated by Oscar-winning designer. Read more

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The proclamation was announced in conjunction with the release of the Oxford American’s annual Southern music issue on North Carolina. Read more

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Travels with Foxfire: Stories of People, Passions and Practices from Southern Appalachia, continues the tradition with comfortable, conversational vignettes from rural Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky. Read more

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Program to feature author Bill Landry and talk about history of East Tennessee. Read more

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Museum offers holiday tours of its pioneer village. Read more

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The annual Singing on the River will be held Saturday, December 1, in downtown Marshall, North Caroina, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Read more

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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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I have joked that if my journalism got someone in the region angry enough to spit, a DNA swab could prove beyond any doubt that we were cousins. That's the way it is when you count eight generations tying you to these mountains. Read more

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