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Volume 26, Number 2 — February 2019

Articles

Rachel Barker-Asto wants people to sing

Rachel Barker-Asto combines her love of opera with her desire to “get people to sing.”

Hannah Dishman has an eclectic musical career

Hannah Dishman’s career includes opera, classical singing, electronic dance music and playing a robot in a short opera film.

Martha Eason is thriving on stage in Germany

Martha Eason’s career has taken her from our region to Germany.

Hilary Ginther is on stage across the country

Hilary Ginther, mezzo-soprano, has a busy schedule coming up, but she’s prepared for times when she is between roles.

Youth Spotlight — Pearl Moore’s love of conversation inspires her plays

Pearl Moore enjoys conversation and storytelling and that’s what interests her about playwriting.

AAME Arts Achievement Awards seek nominations

Nominations are being accepted for the fifth annual Arts Achievement Awards, sponsored by the Arts Alliance Mountain Empire.

Russell County library celebrates The Big Read

The Russell County Public Library launches its NEA Big Read program ‘Exploring Appalachia’ with “Burning Bright” by Ron Rash with an Appalachian Open Mic Night on Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. at the Russell County Conference Center.

Book Review: "Swamped" by Joe Tennis

Take teenage angst plus hormones; add a daring trek into unknown territory.

February literary series in new location

The Friends of the Washington County Public Library celebrate the beginning of the annual Sunday with Friends literary series.

Arts Array Film Series announces February line-up

Virginia Highlands Community College continues the Arts Array Film Series.

Theatre Bristol Announces 2019 Season

Theatre Bristol plans to enchant audiences with traditional and American fairy tales, a mystery and a miracle for its 54th Season.

Mural Trail adds new murals

The Appalachian Mural Trail has recently added two of the Town of Appalachia’s murals to its growing trail of cultural mural art.

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