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The Blue Ridge Entertainers

The Blue Ridge Entertainers just returned from a road tour that included performances in New Mexico and Music City Roots in Nashville. You can hear them at Rhythm Roots this coming Saturday. Here's Kris Truelsen and Coleman Akin. More>>

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Carver Health Fair And CrestPoint

CrestPoint Health is putting on a free health fair at Carver Park. More>>

Scenic Railway Excursion

ETSU's Carter Railroad Museum is planning a fall scenic railway excursion on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, and is hoping you will come along. Here with the itinerary is our favorite conductor, Fred Alsop. More>>

Cooking from the Book

Have you ever been caught up with descriptions of recipes and foods while reading a novel, and wished you could just slip into the book and have a taste? Well, now you can! Here to tell us about her first in a series of classes called, "Cooking from the Book", is chef Catherine Elliott. More>>

Gluten Free Kung Pao Chicken

Gluten Free Guru, Kristi Slaughter is showing Morgan and Pat how to make delicious gluten free Kung Pao Chicken. More>>

Wilderness at the Smokies

With schools back in session, Wilderness at the Smokies is having a fun event where you can enjoy the indoor water park for a day, while getting some wellness tips and helping out a local charity all at the same time. Ellen Liston is here to tell us more. More>>

Morgan And Pat

Pat Cronin fills in for Amy Lynn. More>>

The Diamonds Encore

The Diamonds play every other Thursday evening at the Battery here in Johnson City. They were here on the show a couple of weeks ago and while they were here the played an extra song for you to enjoy today. More>>

A Mexi-Lachian Meal

What do you get when you do an Appalachian take on Tex-Mex? A Mexi-Lachian Meal. Here to explain exactly what she has in mind is our Food City Friday Chef, Beth Wright. More>>

8 Trip Choices!

If you're tired of going to Myrtle Beach and Pigeon Forge every year on vacation, then perhaps it's time to kick it up a notch. Kathy Kennedy from Cruise Planners has eight trips planned over the next twelve months for you to enjoy or she can arrange something special just for you and your family! More>>

Beauty Basics

Cooler temperatures are on the way and Fall is the air! What are the must have fashion and beauty essentials of the season? No one knows better than this lady, BeautyBlitz.com's founder and editor in chief, Polly Blitzer! More>>

Following Your Passion

Need advice on turning a passion into a career? Entrepreneur and Top Chef contestant Carla Hall has some tips for following your passion. More>>

Getting Ready For Fall

Morgan talks with gardener Jeanne Cope about some edible plants you can grow and getting your plants ready for Fall. More>>

Freebie Friday-Rainforest Adventure and Kingsport Aquatic

It's time for Freebie Friday, when we get to make one of our viewers day's a little bit brighter. We have a family four pack to the Rainforest Adventure in Pigeon Forge and another four pack of tickets to the Kingsport Aquatic Center. Remember the outdoor fun park is still open on weekends through the end of this month! More>>

Morgan and Tarah

Morgan has Tarah Taylor in for the West Coasting Amy Lynn. More>>

JebTek Kickstarter

JebTek has developed what they call "google-scale" technology to help patients heal in a faster, better way. t is a special product and they're using modern technology to make it happen. Joining us now with more is the CEO for the company, Andrew Jebasingh. More>>

Sassy Cracker Jacks

If you're looking for a great snack for tailgating, fall parities, and gift-giving, this is it! Liz Bushong is serving it up sassy today with homemade cracker jack. More>>

Watauga POW-Dylan Wieger

Dylan Wieger has been special the last two seasons for Sullivan South. The senior quarterback had a stand out season a year ago, and now he's back and even better. Last week at Happy valley, Wieger showcased all his skills, and as News Channel 11 Sports Jake Young reports that's why he's this week's player of the week. More>>

Kingsport Oktoberfest

Kingsport Oktoberfest made the list of the "7 Best Oktoberfests in the U.S." It's number one on my list and it's coming up this weekend. Stephanie Carson is here with your invitation. More>>

On The Rocks

While we're talking tailgating and fall get-togethers, we've got some specialty drink ideas. Travis Woodall and Will Lambert from On The Rocks bartending in Johnson City are here with us today. More>>

Out n About Magazine

The latest issue or Out n About Magazine is now available. Mary Ellen Miller is here with our preview. More>>

Throw Back Thursday

Amy and Morgan show us a couple of cute pics for throw back Thursday. More>>

Storyteller, Chuck Brodsky

This week's teller-in-residence at the International Storytelling Center is, Chuck Brodsky. Chuck is a storyteller, songwriter, and troubadour. His wit and irony is set to melodies that tell stories of oddball and underdog characters. You can go see him all this week in Jonesborough, but first you get to hear him here on Daytime. More>>

Window World

J.D. Power and Associates Awards help us, as consumers, identify the products and services that deliver a superior customer experience. Window World has received two of those coveted awards and Bobby Pollard is here to show us just one of their many quality products. More>>

Dennis McNett At Mary B. Martin

From documentaries to sculptures to live performances, you can see and find it all at the Mary B. Martin School Of The Arts. Some interesting experiences are coming up soon. Anita D' Angelis along with guest artist Dennis McNett join us with more. More>>

Supplements for Seniors

September is Healthy Aging Month. One study says that about half of older adult take daily vitamins. How do they to know if they're taking the ones they really need? Here to talk "Supplements for Seniors" are two dietitians, Andrew Clark from ETSU and Amanda Guinn from Mountain States Health Alliance. More>>

Local Kitchen and Wine Bar

We all know when the ingredients are home grown and fresh, everything tastes better! That's exactly what Christina Vella had in mind when she opened Local Kitchen and Wine Bar. It's become one of the hottest restaurants in town, and today she's here to talk about their culinary dishes and share a few recipes too. More>>

Special Spaces

Come on everyone, wear it and share it! The organization, Special Spaces, has launched this one day campaign to raise awareness for the wonderful things they do. They are changing lives one bedroom at a time. Here with more on our local organization is Krista Wharton. More>>

Apple Debuts New Watch

Amy and Morgan talk about the new Apple watch that debuted yesterday. More>>

Treating Disc Disease

Spinal disc problems are widely misunderstood for a number of reasons, mainly because of the vastness of terms used to describe disc-related pain. Dr. Craig Livesay from the Spinal Corrective Center is here to help clarify Disc Disease and what can be done to help. More>>

The Skinny On Fat

September is the official end of Summer. But once Summer is gone, that doesn't mean you have to give up your pursuit of the beach body you've always wanted. Dr. Don Clemons from Renovus Medical Day Spa and Salon is here to give us the skinny on fat. More>>

Hazel Rash Fleming

She retired from her day job in 1995 and she has been writing ever since. Today's book club author comes to us from Southwest Virginia, we are excited to welcome Hazel Rash Fleming to the show. More>>

Entrepreneurship

According to a survey by the University of Phoenix, half of working adults in the U.S. either currently own or want to own their own business, and that number increases as the age of the workers decreases. Another section of the work force would like to be more entrepreneurial in their current jobs. Here with some advice on how to achieve these goals is Michael Bevis, from the University of Phoenix. More>>

Bark For Life

There are several events coming up soon to benefit the American Cancer Society, and one of these has really gone to the dogs! It is Bark for life, a popular fundraising event for all of us dog-lovers. Libby Lewis and Cara Ledbetter are here with more. More>>

Did You See The Super Moon?

Morgan and Amy talk about last night's Super Moon. More>>

Cody Roberts

There is nothing like some music to get our week started on the right track. Today we have a Tricities teenager who is working to make a name for himself in the world of country music. His name is Cody Roberts and we're excited to have him on the show. More>>

Herb Butter Salmon and Caprese Salad

Amber Church from the Bonnie Kate is in the kitchen showing us how to make salmon with herb butter rice and a caprese salad. More>>

Holiday Must Haves

'Tis the season of gifting and entertaining! Joining us this morning with the must-haves for everyone on your list is Lifestyle Expert, Jill Martin. More>>

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  • The Blue Ridge Entertainers

    The Blue Ridge Entertainers

     The Blue Ridge Entertainers just returned from a road tour that included performances in New Mexico and  Music City Roots in Nashville.  You can hear them at Rhythm and Roots this coming Saturday.  Here's Kris Truelsen and Coleman Akin.
     The Blue Ridge Entertainers just returned from a road tour that included performances in New Mexico and  Music City Roots in Nashville.  You can hear them at Rhythm and Roots this coming Saturday.  Here's Kris Truelsen and Coleman Akin.

  • Scenic Railway Excursion

    Scenic Railway Excursion

     ETSU's Carter Railroad Museum is planning a fall scenic railway excursion on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, and is hoping you will come along. Here with the itinerary is our favorite conductor, Fred Alsop.
     ETSU's Carter Railroad Museum is planning a fall scenic railway excursion on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, and is hoping you will come along. Here with the itinerary is our favorite conductor, Fred Alsop.

  • Cooking from the Book

    Cooking from the Book

     Have you ever been caught up with descriptions of recipes and foods while reading a novel, and wished you could just slip into the book and have a taste? Well, now you can! Here to tell us about her first in a series of classes called, "Cooking from the Book", is chef Catherine Elliott.
     Have you ever been caught up with descriptions of recipes and foods while reading a novel, and wished you could just slip into the book and have a taste? Well, now you can! Here to tell us about her first in a series of classes called, "Cooking from the Book", is chef Catherine Elliott.

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  • Second Harvest needs your help to win much needed funds

    Second Harvest needs your help to win much needed funds

    Monday, September 15 2014 4:47 PM EDT2014-09-15 20:47:24 GMT
    Last year, 80,000 people in Northeast Tennessee, sought help from Second Harvest Food Bank for hunger issues.This year that number is on the rise, but there is one way you can help Second Harvest, help others in our region. 
    Last year, 80,000 people in Northeast Tennessee, sought help from Second Harvest Food Bank for hunger issues.This year that number is on the rise, but there is one way you can help Second Harvest, help others in our region. 
  • JC Professional Firefighters Association announces "Ridin' for Luke" benefit

    JC Professional Firefighters Association announces "Ridin' for Luke" benefit

    Monday, September 15 2014 12:48 PM EDT2014-09-15 16:48:04 GMT
    When it comes to exemplifying what the word “brotherhood” means, it could be said that firefighters do it best.
    When it comes to exemplifying what the word “brotherhood” means, it could be said that firefighters do it best.
  • Medical Watch: E-Cigarettes: Help or Hazard?

    Medical Watch: E-Cigarettes: Help or Hazard?

    Sunday, September 14 2014 3:29 AM EDT2014-09-14 07:29:51 GMT
    These seemingly "safer" alternatives to tobacco have taken off in popularity faster than research has been able to study their long-term effects and safety.
    These seemingly "safer" alternatives to tobacco have taken off in popularity faster than research has been able to study their long-term effects and safety.
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