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Harry Potter Book Night to be celebrated worldwide

Celebrate the world of Harry Potter with the first worldwide “Harry Potter Book Night” on Feb. 5 beginning at 5 p.m. at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library.
by News Staff


Money Management 101: Learning who to trust with your money

Seventy-six percent of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent CashNetUSA survey. That percentage varies with other studies; however, the percentage never dips below at least 50 percent of Americans who...
by News Staff



APSU to host evening of ancient Japanese storytelling

Greg Robic left his home in Canada and traveled to Japan to study Rakugo – the ancient Japanese art of comedic storytelling. He spent years as an apprentice to masters of this form, and today Robic is known as Katsura Sunshin...
by News Staff


LBL announces September programming

An awesome array of programs are offered through Land Between The Lakes / The Homeplace in September.
by News Staff


Parnassus Books hosts author Andrew Vaughn

Parnassus Books will host a book signing by Andrew Vaughn, author of John Hartford: Pilot of a Steam Powered Aereo-Plain, and musicians Jamie Hartford and Alison Brown on Saturday, November 23rd at 2 p.m.
by News Staff



Parnassus to debut “Poke Sallet Queen and the Family Medicine Wheel”

Parnassus Books will celebrate the publication of Shana Thornton's novel, Poke Sallet Queen and the Family Medicine Wheel on May 9 at 2 p.m. Parnassus is located at 3900 Hillsboro Pike in Nashville.
by News Staff


Beverly Fisher presents “Grace Among the Leavings”

Local Author Beverly Fisher will celebrate the publication of her novella, Grace Among the Leavings, with a reading and book signing to be held  at the Fort Defiance Interpretive Center and Civil War Park in Clarksville on S...
by News Staff