Main Street Murfreesboro has confirmed the weekend of May 2-3 for this year’s Main Street JazzFest.
Event raises funds for Spinal Muscular Atrophy research
The stresses that children experience today can quickly pile on as daily homework, school projects, sports competitions and family expectations weigh them down. With overloaded schedules and big ambitions for college scholarships, childhood years are becoming less about just being a kid and more about dealing with all of the pressures to perform your best in all areas of your life.
After years of career maneuvering and months of flight training, Army Capt. Britt Knox finally arrived in Vietnam, near Saigon, on Nov. 20, 1965. Knox was anxious to do what he was trained to do, but multiple days of rain initially kept his helicopter and crew on the ground.
Have Fuji, will focus. Add his back-up little Canon 70-D camera, and Scott Walker is armed and ready for a day of photography. Murfreesboro WGNS Vice President/radio personality Walker often walks a mile or more, to get just the “right focus and shot.”
Former ‘Chips’ star delivers message at St. Mark’s United Methodist
How are farmers using science and technology to grow healthier food? What’s the impact on our food, animal care and the environment?
Students at Siegel High School will get those questions answered on Wednesday, March 12. Phyllis Ferguson of the Tennessee Pork Producers Association will address culinary and agriscience students starting at 8:10 a.m. and continuing through 12:10 p.m. at the high school located at 3300 Siegel Road in Murfreesboro.
Does the work at your church or service organization make you feel like you are handing out fish, when what you really want is to teach fishing lessons? Then this seminar is for you.
The Willie A. McGowan Banquet has been scheduled for March 14 at 7 p.m. at the Bradley Academy Museum on 415 S. Academy St.
Wine at the Wetlands to benefit the Discovery Center will be held March 7 from 5:30-9 p.m at the Discovery Center, 502 S.E. Broad St.
For its next round of PBS tapings taking place March 7–10, Bluegrass Underground has landed heavy hitters with names like Lucinda Williams, David Grisman, Jason Isbell, and Widespread Panic.
Oklahoma native Parker Millsap is on pace to visit Music City this week with a string of shows that will place him in front of audiences at Music City Roots, The Bluebird and The Basement.
Phillip Barnett, Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra Board President, is pleased to announce the unveiling of the new concert signs in time for the “Bravo Broadway Presents: Wicked Divas” concert.
ASC Signs owner Meschelle Chamblee designed and printed the signs as a new sponsor of the MSO. Barnett encourages the public to be on the lookout for the 12 signs throughout Murfreesboro because a drawing will be held for two free Premier Seating Tickets to the “Bravo Broadway Presents: Wicked Divas” Concert on Thursday, March 6.