June Appal is pleased to announce that All Join Hands!, our newest release, is now available for purchase....Shop the AppalStore » »
Florence Reece In this edition of WMMT’s Mountain News & World Report, in honor of Women’s History Month, we bring you two stories...
WKYTGRAMMY Foundation awards Appalshop $10000 grantWKYTWHITESBURG, Ky. (WYMT) - When you think of the GRAMMY Awards, maybe the sounds of the...
former Kentucky Representative Keith Hall, who is set to face bribery charges in April regarding coal operations he owned in Eastern Kentucky //...
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Filmed ten years after the flood, Buffalo Creek Revisited looks at the second disaster on Buffalo Creek in which the survivors' efforts to rebuild the...Visit the channel page for more detail » »
Join the artists of Roadside Theater and Pregones/PRTT to talk about the creation and newest incarnation of our intercultural musical BETSY! premiering Off-Broadway this April. » »
Charlie Stamper’s Glory to the Meeting House consists of the first recordings ever released by this master Kentucky musician, brother to Bluegrass Hall of Famer Art Stamper, and at 84 years young as spry a fiddle player as Knott County has ever produced. This album features 29 tracks of solo fiddle, mouth bow, and string band music, representing the finest in the East Kentucky fiddle tradition. » »
As eastern Kentucky works to diversify its local economy, which policies help build sustainable communities? Can we learn from the experiences of other coal mining regions? » »
Please join us at 7:30 pm Oct. 2 for a screening of Anne Braden: Southern Patriot followed by a discussion with filmmaker Mimi Pickering about the film and civil rights organizing in Appalachia and beyond. » »
On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 12 noon to 1pm the Appalshop Archive will be at the Filson Historical Society's Oxmoor Farm to present a recently preserved film documenting the Civilian Conservation Corps in Pine Mountain State Park in 1938. » »