BEAN STATION — “An Evening of Bluegrass” on Friday, April 12, will not only offer a lot of good, all-family entertainment to those who love the authentic American music, but will also help raise money for Kingswood Home for Children.
ROGERSVILLE — HolstonConnect, a subsidiary of Holston Electric Cooperative that aims to bring gigabit-speed internet to thousands of unserved residents in rural East Tennessee, has filed a Federal Communications Commission retransmission consent complaint against Nexstar Media Group, current…
KINGSPORT — The first weekend in March marks the grand opening of the Inventor Center, a new community space for Kingsport’s creators, makers and artists of all kinds.
KNOXVILLE — Volunteer East Tennessee continues the call for nominations for the East Tennessee Volunteer Recognition Awards (ETVRA), honoring outstanding adult and youth volunteers. Nominations are due March 1, 2019, and can be submitted online at www.volunteeretn.org/ETVRA.
ROGERSVILLE — On February 3, Terry and Barbi Franklin will be stopping in Rogersville on their way to lead worship at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington.
ROGERSVILLE — Join the popular Johnson City-based band, Loose Leaves, on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. at Mel’s Riverside Bar & Grill (formerly Tennessee Jack’s) on Highway 66 South just across the Hugh B. Day (Holston River) bridge for what’s guaranteed to be a great show. Founded by Chur…
ROGERSVILLE — “A Winter Weekend in Hawkins County” magazine will be available beginning later this week at the Review office and at vendors across the county. Pick up your copy and see — from countyline to countyline — what happens in a typical weekend in the Hawkins County neighborhood!
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Museum’s first new exhibition since its grand opening will be “Between the Layers: Art and Story in Tennessee Quilts.” Slated to open February 8, 2019 and run through May 27, with quilts selected from the Museum’s vast collection, the show will highlight Tenne…
KINGSPORT — The Tri-Cities Civil War Roundtable meeting on Nov. 12 will feature author Ed Bearss, who will speak on “Farthest Forward: Pickett and Pettigrew at Gettysburg”.
ROGERSVILLE — Tennessee Jack’s on the River (3415 Hwy 66S) will welcome award-winning musicians, The Way Down Wanderers, to the venue for a family-friendly event on Sunday, Oct. 21, with music starting at 3 p.m.
MORRISTOWN — A little over a year ago, four strangers walked into a classroom at Walters State. Each brought a little bit of musical magic with them. That magic made High Lonesome Senate, the college’s bluegrass band, one of the most popular groups in the area.
ROGERSVILLE — Audrey Linkous, left, and Saucy Hawgs owner Lori Baskette, right, pose with actresses Addie Miller and Kylie Syzmanski, both of whom appeared in the popular AMC TV series, The Walking Dead, during their appearance at the local restaurant on Sept. 22. In the other photo, signing…
ROGERSVILLE — The 2018 Heritage Days will kick off on Friday evening, Oct. 12. A favorite of festival goers, the Children’s Costume Contest and Parade, will begin from the First Baptist Church parking lot. Children will gather, dressed in period costume, to represent “People of our Heritage”…
ROGERSVILLE — The Young’uns Yard, a Heritage Days favorite, is now presented and operated by the Hawkins Co. 4-H Honor Club (UT/TSU Extension Hawkins County), assisted by the Heritage Lites Youth Leadership.
CHURCH HILL — Three young men from eastern Hawkins County comprise the up-and-coming alternative rock band, ‘Loose Leaves’, which is based in Johnson City but practices often in Mt. Carmel.
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville Arts Council presents “Exploring Poetry & Storytelling” featuring Professional Poet, Jane Hicks of Kingsport, and Professional Storyteller, Marjorie Shaefer, of Johnson City.
RUTLEDGE — Country music icon Trace Adkins waves to the crowd Saturday evening at the annual Grainger Co. Tomato Festival in Rutledge. The free concert was attended by thousands who came to hear the legendary recording artist perform his long list of #1 hits.
ROGERSVILLE — If there was a sound that captured the words ‘outlaw’, ‘hey y’all’, and ‘yee haw’ this side of the Nolichucky, there would be no other group that comes to mind than Aaron Walker and the band that backs him! The band will be bringing its high-energy style to Rogersville in a few…
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville Review is excited to announce that The High Lonesome Senate, Walters State Community College’s bluegrass ensemble, will be the featured entertainment for the newspaper’s annual Best of the Best / Reader’s Choice Awards Dinner on Thursday, July 19. The band’s cur…
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Jam In The Trees this week released the full lineup for the 2018 festival, which will be held on August 24 and 25.
ROGERSVILLE — The featured Artist of the month at the Local Artists Gallery is actually a couple living here in Rogersville since 2010. The paintings of Tulasi McClellan and the woodworks of Don McClellan, are found at the Local Artists Gallery at 124 Main Street.
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville Arts Council has rescheduled the street event of Appalachian Spring Festival to June 9. (The event had previously been scheduled for May 5.)
With the dust settling from a frenetic pace at the end of session, some are asking how did small business fare in the 110th Tennessee General Assembly? As state director of NFIB, Tennessee’s leading small-business association, I’d say it fared quite well, with passage of several meaningful b…
ROGERSVILLE – One-hundred-fifty-one people voted on Thursday, April 19, either by voting early at the Hawkins County Courthouse or the satellite voting location at the Church Hill Rescue Squad building or by submitting an absentee ballot for the May 1 Democratic and Republican County Primary…
KINGSPORT – If you and your family members would like to learn more about eclipses in general, and the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse in particular, you might want to travel to Bays Mountain Park by Aug. 20.
ROGERSVILLE — It’s been more than 45 years since the final curtain fell on Rogersville’s locally produced Davy Crockett outdoor drama and former cast members think its past time for a reunion of cast members and support personnel be held.
The Watauga Valley Railroad Historical Society & Museum has announced its Spring 2017 Rail Excursion through the scenic Hiwassee River Gorge in East Tennessee. An excursion date is set for Saturday, April 1.
MORRISTOWN—Summer is an ideal time for young people to develop their talents, stretch their imaginations, and explore new areas of interest. Rose Center is seeking experienced and enthusiastic teachers to help do just that through its summer programs.
JEFFERSON CITY—Legacy Theatre’s production of Peter DeLaurier’s Anne of Green Gables will premier on stage March 30, and April 1-2, 2017 in Jefferson City.
ROGERSVILLE—Symphonic melodies will fill the air at Rogersville Middle School (RMS) on Sun., March 19 as Rogersville Arts Council (RAC) presents a special performance by the Symphony of the Mountains (SOM) “Brass Quintet” in a public concert at 3 p.m. in the RMS Theatre.
MORRISTOWN—Each February, the From Africa to Appalachia Foundation for Education and the Arts (FATA) and Rose Center join together to celebrate Black History Month. For this 29th annual celebration, curator Bob Spirko has developed the exhibit “His Eye Is on the Sparrow,” to be featured in t…
ROGERSVILLE—Sugar, spice and everything nice, of course, is what the Rogersville Arts Council (RAC) Gingerbread House Contest is made of, and it’s coming soon to Hale Springs Inn.
ROGERSVILLE – Auditions for a new talent competition called “East Tn Has Talent” (ETHT) are scheduled for Nov. 19 and 20 at the International Storytelling Center in Jonesborough.
MOUNT CARMEL—On Sat., Nov. 12, at the National Guard Armory Building in Mount Carmel, Somebody Loves Me, Inc. will hosts its 4th Annual Silent Auction Fundraiser to benefit the Christmas For Our Children Angel Tree Program.
KINGSPORT—A hoedown, complete with music, food, and fun will be held to benefit 2-1-1/Contact Concern of Northeast Tennessee on Sat., Nov. 5 at Hoovanna Farm, located on Cooks Valley Rd., Kingsport.