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Volume 26, Number 8 — August 2018

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January 2018

Volume 25, Number 1

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Jay Phyfer continues to work during "retirement'
Marvin Tadlock a part of VI for 42 years
Megan Pinch works in a new medium: wood
Joe Champagne & Neil Staples continue creating images
Perry Johnson continues to teach and exhibit
Sam Morrow teaches in Connecticut
Arts For Youth Spotlight
January Jams brings diverse lineup
AAME seeks nominations for Arts Achievement Awards
Barter Theatre announces its new season lineup
King University hosts Dr. Jeremy Begbie at First Presbyterian Church
Locals win 50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Awards
ETSU faculty and alumni nominated for Grammies
Sunday with Friends begins at library in Abingdon
VHCC unveils spring's Arts Array films
Author debuts first book at 80 years of age
Orchak first to win both American, Canadian Grand Masters fiddle championships
Rare Stanley Brothers live recording among Virginia's most endangered
KSO performs "A Night with the Arts" Jan. 15 in honor of MLK Day
Abingdon's January Jams selected as prestigious Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event
East Tennessee Author Writes and Illustrates Rhyming Children's Book
Fred Carter's legacy — stories told in art
Radio Bristol touches the world
Birthplace of Country Music Museum wants to restore old recording
Pride & Poverty- Earl Carter's lens captured the region
Jangling Sparrows fly into O'Mainnin's Wednesday
Community Made in the Mountains: The Luthiers Craft Exhibit
Abingdon native directs new epic western 'Hostiles'
King University Theatre Professor Kiara Pipino's Play, "Everyone's a Hero with Someone Else's Tit" Premiers at 8th Annual United Solo Festival in NYC

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