BRISTOL – Saturday marked the second day of the Rhythm and Roots Reunion festival.
Intelligence the Federal Bureau of Investigation shared with the Johnson City Police Department about potential protests and disruptions at last weekend’s pro-LGBTQ TriPride Festival prompted one of the largest police presences ever for a
Updated Sep 17, 2018 at 10:30 PM
Apple pie for all!
Inclusion, diversity and especially pride permeated Founders Park on Saturday as thousands of pro-LGBTQ supporters donning the rainbow colors assembled for the inaugural TriPride Festival in downtown Johnson City.
Thousands of people turned out Saturday for the inaugural TriPride Festival and Parade in downtown Johnson City. The event was the Tri-Cities' first large-scale, community-wide celebration of LGBT people and diversity in the community.
As Johnson City gets set for the first LGBTQ parade and festival of its kind in the region, organizers have been prepared for negative backlash from religious fundamentalists and from far-right organizations.
Local resident Christy Oaks, 29, has played a key role in helping organize volunteers for the upcoming TriPride Parade and Festival, which is set to begin Saturday at noon.
The festival dedicated to this plant-based sweetener returns to the Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site September 15.
The beat of drums and the moves of the Kuumba Watoto dancers captivated onlookers Saturday afternoon in downtown Johnson City as thel Umoja Festival livened downtown Johnson City for its 22nd year. The dancers, along with drummers from the
A fusion of colors, culture, music and food encapsulated downtown Johnson City Friday evening as the Umoja festival commenced its 22nd year under new leadership.
Hundreds of feet beat the hot pavement Friday in the Tree Streets neighborhood as wheelers and dealers, bargain hunters and horse traders took part in the 29th annual Tree Streets Yard Sale.
Umoja weekend schedule
The 2018 Umoja Festival will take place Friday and Saturday September 7-8 in downtown Johnson City.
DUFFIELD — Papa Joe Smiddy was known to many as a teacher, a musician and a lover of life.
A round-up of contest winners of last week’s 2018 Appalachian Fair.