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Volume 24, Number 10 — October 2017

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Beaver Creek Storytellers entertain and elucidate

Stories are intrinsic to the human condition. They've been used to pass on history, explain natural phenomenon and tell tales of gods.

Yarn Exchange tells tales live & on radio

The Yarn Exchange in Jonesborough, Tennessee, at six years old, is a relative newcomer to the local storytelling scene.

Storytelling Festival set

In Jonesborough, Tennessee, the storytelling capital of the world, tickets are on sale for the National Storytelling Festival, an annual gathering of some of the world's top talent.

ETSU has storytelling program

East Tennessee State University offers an undergraduate minor and a master's concentration in storytelling.

Highlands Ballet to present fifth annual fundraiser in Abingdon

On Oct. 12 from 6-9 p.m. the Barns at Chip Ridge in Abingdon, Virginia, are bustling with mingling, food, drink, music and of course dancing, as the Highlands Ballet Company presents its annual fundraiser, Hops on Pointe – Raising the Barre.

PUSH Film Festival in downtown Bristol

King University's Digital Media Art and Design Department teamed up with Believe in Bristol and the PUSH! Film Festival to create the event's official poster.

The Big Read celebrates "Earthsea' in Washington County

The Washington County Public Library celebrates the magical by exploring Ursula K. Le Guin's "A Wizard of Earthsea" during The Big Read.

October Arts Array lineup announced

Virginia Highlands Community College continues the Fall 2017 Arts Array Film Series.

Sharyn McCrumb speaks in Abingdon

Best-selling author Sharyn McCrumb lectures about her novel "The Unquiet Grave,"

Arts for Youth: Lucas Patterson has fun on stage

Lucas Patterson is having fun playing Winthrop Paroo (Marian's shy, lisping brother) in Barter Theater's production of "The Music Man."

Musicians volunteer time, talents

Flutist Schéry Collins and harpist Carole Mask volunteer their time and talents,

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