BOONE -- In/Visible Theatre, Boone’s leading independent theatre and its newest nonprofit arts organization, will offer a series of three local educational workshops with professional artists: Feb. 25, March 3-4.
LINVILLE -- Cougars, elk, bagpipes, bonfires and raptors — it’s 2017 at Grandfather Mountain.
A hat. Always a hat, knitted, woven or made of felt. Perched over white hair, lively eyes. A walker as her side-kick, draped with parcels stuffed with manuscripts, tissues and sunglasses, almost a shopping cart with all the accouterments. I am driving her to a High Country Writers meeting at…
BOONE — The exhibitions at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University change multiple times a year so that visitors can explore new art every several months. There are, however, two exhibitions that occur annually and are always embraced by the community. The “App…
WEST JEFFERSON — A benefit concert is being held on March 11 for Jefferson resident Peggy Exum to raise funds for her to team up with a service dog named Rocky.
Leigh Wallace is a familiar name, and likely a familiar face, to many residents in the High Country.
Editor’s note: The following is a chapter from the manuscript titled “Ole Mean Carrie Buck,” written by Thomas Buxton of Columbia, S.C. The manuscript is based on interviews with his mother, Carrie Miller Buxton, about her life in Blowing Rock in the middle of the 20th century.
WILKESBORO — MerleFest, presented by Window World and slated for April 27-April 30, 2017, is pleased to announce the return of the Acoustic Kids Showcases to the 2017 festival.