10 things to do!
Here’s a list of local events to attend in the coming days.
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10 things to do!
Here’s a list of local events to attend in the coming days.
Mayor Vest from Tennessee's oldest town takes a few minutes to answer five questions.
Get to know Town of Jonesborough Mayor Chuck Vest with five questions in four minutes.Does Mayor Vest like cats or dogs? What is his favorite music genre, favorite food, current book or movie? Find out the answers to these questions and much more in this sit-down with Mayor Vest.
Milligan senior to perform Finzi, Mozart
Milligan College senior Robert Weber, of Jonesborough, Tennessee, will perform a senior voice recital on Sunday, April 7, from 3-4 p.m. in the Mary B. Martin Auditorium located in Seeger Chapel.
Steven James and National Story Slam finalist Tony Marr to host David Joe Miller's Spoken Word Open Mic
Participants can sign up at 6:30 p.m. for the 7 p.m. show. Stories, poetry and written work are welcome.
The only thing retired about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the number 33 he wore at UCLA and in the NBA. That’s because Abdul-Jabbar is much more than the NBA’s all-time leading scorer.
East Tennessee State University students, staff and faculty participated in an introspective activity held to generate discussions about the different sociopolitical advantages and disadvantages some face in society.
The late-night spaghetti monster will be tamed with this flavor-packed pasta that comes together quickly from pantry ingredients. The key here is making the most of the garlic. We toasted a whopping
You may be used to pan-searing thick-cut white fish fillets any time you take them home from the market and want a quick dinner, but it's worth it to try a different technique. Braising is a
Dolly Parton is making good on staking her claim in Pigeon Forge with the construction of the Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show, her newest attraction in the Smokies, and the treasure – buried and otherwise – already has begun to arrive and take shape at the venue.
Internationally acclaimed pianist Dr. Ivo Kaltchev will present an evening of piano masterworks in a Guest Artist Recital at ETSU on Friday, March 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Brown Hall auditorium.
Poetry, cider celebration, a jolt of caffeine and more ways to enjoy life in the Tri-Cities area.
ELIZABETHTON — Sixteen of the area’s artists will be demonstrating their techniques and style Saturday night in downtown Elizabethton at this year’s first Downtown
Today in Johnson City History: March 29
March 29, 1884: The Comet reported that “Our handsome friend, John Mongle has returned from Sullivan. There is only one thing needful with John, and that is a wife.” Another
Johnson City Schools students Rejoice in the Arts
Johnson City Schools students gathered at the Mall at Johnson City Thursday evening for an annual art show and concert to showcase their musical and artistic talent.
March 26, 1892: T.E. Matson was elected mayor. He ran against E.H. Stebens, with a total of 953 votes being cast. At that time, Johnson City was divided into four wards. March 26, 1910: Two revivals
When it comes to disability rights advocacy, educating others is the first key step.
While some Science Hill students were soaking in their spring break, 18 members of the Science Hill chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America participated in competitive and leadership training events in Chattanooga.
BRISTOL — It was only fitting that famed filmmaker Ken Burns and PBS chose the Birthplace of Country Music Museum on Sunday for their first stop of a 30-city national tour to promote
BRISTOL — On a rainy Thursday afternoon, one of the world’s foremost experts in computer ethics sits alone inside A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts, scanning a calendar as he
Corner Cup in Jonesborough is one of those places where everybody knows your name. One walks in and is greeted with a smile from a face that always seems familiar. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the artwork means more the aesthetics. Corner Cup offers coffee, tea and other coffeehouse trea...
“Shake It Out” is the theme of the spring concert by East Tennessee State University’s student vocal ensemble Greyscale, which will be held Sunday, March 31, at 5 p.m.
The Jonesborough Repertory Theatre will perform the regional premiere of “Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical.” Based on the book “Matilda” by Dahl,
CHICAGO — Attorneys for “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett say charges alleging he lied to police about an attack have been dropped. Smollett attorneys Tina Glandian and
Made in East Tennessee Film Festival
Ten short films created by students from East Tennessee State University will be presented Tuesday, March 26, in the seventh “Made in East Tennessee” film festival at the Real to
“My mother, Evelyn Gordon, is 97 years old, and every day that I drop by, the first thing she’s looking forward to is having her afternoon Dr. Enuf. She has one every day,
Spring is here, and that means the weather will hopefully be changing for the better. While that means fun and sun for most, it also means there will be a huge influx of cats and dogs at your local
Spark Plaza, a shared community space for small-business owners, start-ups and tech industry operators, is celebrating their 10 year anniversary this year. Co-founders and husband/wife team, Jose and Shannon Castillo, created the space in 2009 above Freiburg's German Restaurant. The community office...
Today in Johnson City History: March 20
March 20, 1890: A representative from Philadelphia-based Young Brothers, the country’s largest water works builders, arrived in Johnson City to begin development of the city’s new
Make sure to stay on top of fuel prices as you are planning your upcoming fun!
Tennessee gas prices have risen nearly 5 cents in the past week, according to GasBuddy analysts’ survey of more than 3,800 stations across the state.
On Saturday, Selena Wheeler, a seventh-grader at Ashley Academy, won this year’s annual News Sentinel Southern Appalachia Spelling Bee in Knoxville – three years after her older sister, Sunny, took the title in 2016.
An amusement and arcade company is seeking to rezone its corporate headquarters in Boones Creek to create a family entertainment center that would be open to the public. Johnson City commissioners
POP CHRONICLE: 5 Favorite Movie Twists
I’m a sucker for a good twist ending. I love that feeling of having all your expectations pulled right out from under you, especially when done well. While it should have been easy to
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman wants to hear more from town residents before finalizing an ordinance amendment that would lift a required 300-foot distance between establishments that sell beer and any school, church or daycare.
March 19, 1896: The Comet reported that Col. J.W.S. Frierson, Tennessee centennial commissioner for East Tennessee, had been in Johnson City en route home to Knoxville from a visit to Carter County.
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