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July 2013 Cover
Leila Cartier, the curator at William King Museum, is one of the leaders of Abingdon's First Thursdays.

July 2013

Volume 20, Number 7

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Art Walks help downtown areas
Abingdon celebrates the arts on First Thursday
Bristol undergoes an arts renaissance
Accidental scheduling starts successful tradition
Kingsport, The Model City, serves as model for the arts
Whitney Baxter excels at poetry performance
Back Country Makers: William and David Grim: Tinsmiths and Coppersmiths
John Battle band director chosen as Yale Distinguished Music Educator
Jonesborough Art Show announces winners
Jessica Turner named director, head curator of Bristol's Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Abingdon center explores arts
Barter Theatre adds A Christmas Story to 2013 season
Abingdon soaks in the blues with street party
Winners of the 11th Summer Judged Show at Sycamore Shoals
Barter's Stage II offers serious drama
Folks You Should Know: He's a magic man
Marion expands vision of Wayne C. Henderson School of Appalachian Music and Arts
Virginia Highlands Festival visiting artisan now calls Southwest Virginia home
Cartoonist presents workshop
Barter Theatre and Symphony of the Mountains Team Up For Les MisÚrables
Fantasy meets Reality in Bristol
Concert to benefit local cancer patients
Outdoor Drama marks 50th anniversary

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