48th Annual Jonesborough Days Festival

Tennessee’s Oldest Town will celebrate the 48th Annual Jonesborough Days Festival on June 29 through July 1 with family activities, an exciting music line-up, handmade arts and crafts, patriotic parade, fireworks, storytelling and much more! The 2018 Jonesborough Days Festival will begin Friday, June 29 at 10 a.m. and host the Annual Kick Off Dinner […]

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Locally Grown and Brewed: Rogersville’s Best Kept Coffee Secret

        Rogersville is known as one of Tennessee’s oldest towns, settled in 1775 by David Crockett’s grandparents. One of the historic town’s most visited areas is its well preserved Main Street adorned with locally owned shops, an Inn where three former Presidents have stayed and a coffee shop that’s atmosphere is as relaxing as a […]

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Cumberland Gap: The Outdoor Getaway Town that Makes the List

You’ve probably heard of Cumberland Gap, a narrow pass through the long ridge of the Cumberland Mountains that is part of the Appalachian Mountains, joining Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee.  But, there’s also a town called Cumberland Gap that sits at the foot of the mountain range encompassed by the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park that […]

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How to Brunch Like a Local in Johnson City

  Breakfast and lunch, together.  What’s not to like? We recently took a trip to Johnson City in search of a brunch that serves up local ingredients with a modern urban flare.   Having visited Downtown Johnson City in search of cocoa for my daughter’s birthday treat, we were familiar with Dos Gatos Coffee Bar. […]

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3rd Annual Big Train Show June 1-2

The 3rd Annual Big Train Show will take place at East Tennessee State University’s Mini-Dome on June 1-2, in what is rapidly becoming one of the largest model train shows in the Southeast portion of the United States. The show features more than 50 vendors with over 300 tables featuring the finest scale-model railroading equipment, collector-and- operator-grade […]

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