Duck River Dance’s Nutcracker is set to grace the Manchester Arts Center stage this year with additional sets and the largest cast of any of the studio’s production.
This column is an ongoing feature of Manchester Living recognizing the dedication and everyman heroics of our local first responders.
Senior student Brooke Sanders is unique within the Coffee County Central High School theater program because of her versatility. That can mean anything from working backstage organizing the dressing area or choreographing an ensemble number.
Horror theatrics and cabaret are twisted together in a 17-and-up circus that combines Broadway-worthy production with high-flying acrobatics.
All God’s Children, located in a community room at public housing on Coffee Street has been quietly helping local children with afterschool snacks and homework help since 2009.
‘Still rollin,' rock 'n' rollin'
Jamie Harden’s Ultimate Oldies gang will spread their unique yuletide cheer with “Christmas with the Ultimate Oldies” show, running Dec. 20-21 at the Manchester Arts Center.
The Queen Anne Victorian home located on E. Main Street, near Manchester Funeral Home has inspired its owners Kristin Luna and Scott Van Velsor with its old-time charm and historic grace.
When Interstate Liquors owner Tammy Harrington’s grandparents opened the store in 1967 there wasn’t the iconic walking horse out front. In fact, the store, then Big John’s Liquors, opened near what is now Sonic. The Interstate wasn’t even a thing back then.
Spring is in the air: time to get outside and work in the garden, but for many people who want to garden, getting started can be a bit overwhelming.
Whether you’re heading out to a Mother’s Day brunch or a casual day on the town, now is a great time to update your wardrobe with this spring’s hottest trends.
For over 25 years, Manchester City Schools’ Family Resource Center has met the needs of some of the area’s most disadvantaged youth. At the heart of that mission is Director BJ Sylvia.
Invigorate your home after a long, dreary winter with bright splashes of springtime color.
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