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Thu, Apr 17, 2014

The Moving Picture Boys screen Shovels & Rope documentary at Nashville Film Festival
The Moving Picture Boys screen Shovels & Rope documentary at Nashville Film Festival

The Nashville Film Festival is set to take place April 17-26 in Nashville, Tenn. at the Green Hills Stadium 16 and Downtown Nashville.

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Tickets Available for United Way’s Red, White, and Bayou
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Bonnaroo releases lineup for club stages
Bonnaroo releases lineup for club stages

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has released the lineup for its club stages.

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Desert Noises set dates for a double dip of Tennessee shows
Desert Noises set dates for a double dip of Tennessee shows

Utah’s Desert Noises are on deck for a show at The Basement in Nashville, Tenn. on April 17.

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Middle Tennessee Youth for Christ to host awakening banquet April 24

 

Middle Tennessee Youth for Christ/Campus Life will host a fundraising banquet April 24 6:30-8 p.m. at Stones River Country Club in Murfreesboro.

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Duck Derby Day Set For May 17
Duck Derby Day Set For May 17

 

“It’s Duck Season in Middle Tennessee!,” announced Queen of the Quackers Coreen King. The Child Advocacy Center is hosting the seventh Annual Duck Derby on May 17 at SportsCom.

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Journeys to honor Commissioner Ealy at Annual Celebration

 

Local nonprofit Journeys in Community Living is inviting the public to join the organization April 24 as it awards outgoing county Commissioner Joyce Ealy and several other outstanding community members for their service.

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For the love of the game
For the love of the game

 

Greg Logan and Annette Clinton met at a baseball game. They even became engaged at the same baseball field where they met. So it only makes sense to stretch the double into a triple and get married on a baseball field.

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YEAH! Brings commercial music caps to Middle Tennessee students

 

Youth Empowerment through Arts & Humanities, Inc. (YEAH!) has announced its 2014 season of summer commercial music camps.

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Discount tickets offered for Jesus Christ Superstar performance

 

Advance-sale tickets to the 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19, matinee will be available for $5 each to groups of 10 or more from nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. To get the discount, administrators must call the Center for the Arts box office at 615-904-2787 by April 18 and present the codeword “JUDAS” upon ordering.

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WMOT 89.5-FM pledge drive continues through April 17

 

One of my concessions to the self-indulgence of nostalgia is getting lost in reverie about a time I am too young to have experienced — the Golden Age of Radio.

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United Way’s Days of Action impacts community
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Journeys celebration scheduled for April 24

 

Journeys in Community Living will hold its celebration on April 24, with MTSU men’s basketball coach Kermit Davis serving as guest speaker.

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Murfreesboro City Schools holding open house

 

Murfreesboro City Schools will hold district open house Monday, April 14, from 5-7 p.m. The open house is designed to allow rezoned students an opportunity to see their new school, meet the principal and ask questions.

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Authors to speak at Linebaugh

Authors Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse will visit Linebaugh Public Library for a lecture and signing of their newly released book, “All Things Hidden,” on Monday, Feb. 10.

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