Sweet heaven in my view: A conversation with Charley Crockett

Standing in a hotel room last week, Charley Crockett peered out the window onto the quiet morning streets of Amarillo,…
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‘Memorial Day Mashup’ at Mad Anthony’s

Presented by Adamas Entertainment, the inaugural “Memorial Day Mashup” will be held from 3:30 to 9 p.m. Sunday, May 30,…
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Diamond Rio to play Canton Labor Day

The CMA, Grammy winning, and six-time Vocal Group of the Year Diamond Rio will be headlining the 114th Canton Labor…
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Hunnicutt exhibit in Franklin

“Faces,” an exhibit of drawings by the late Ron Hunnicutt, who passed away in February, will be held May 15…
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On my way: A conversation with Grace Potter

At 37, Grace Potter has already positioned herself as one of the finest stage performers and singer-songwriters of the early…
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Spring at the Rickman Store

The arrival of spring marks a new season of weekly festive gatherings at the Rickman Store in Macon County. 
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Haywood Arts celebrates Smokies flora

The exhibit: “Celebrating the Flora of the Smoky Mountains” will run May 7-31 at the HCAC Gallery & Gifts showroom…
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Sylva Sandwich Competition

Presented by the Sylva Art & Design Committee (SADC), the inaugural “Sylva Sandwich Competition” will take place during the month…
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Last call for ‘Say Goodnight, Gracie’

Starring Pasquale LaCorte as George Burns, “Say Goodnight, Gracie” will be held over for more performances following a high demand…
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