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John Baker: Journey to Freedom

Most people do not look at a seventh grade history textbook and find themselves looking at a great-great grandparent, but for John Baker, author of  The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: Stories of My Family’s Journey to...
by Samantha J. Kanatzar


Banned Books: Rainbow Boys

Often challenged for its honest dealings with sexual orientation and gay-positive themes, Rainbow Boys addresses issues that gay teens deal with regularly.
by David W. Shelton



APSU to host faculty recital with Dr. Stanley Yates

Yates has been described as "one of an elite breed of guitarists" (Classical Guitar Magazine), and "one of the premier exponents of 20th-century music for the classical guitar" (The Rosette, Los Angeles)
by News Staff


TSU presents collegiate premiere of ‘Ruined’

Tennessee State University's Theatre Department has achieved another honor. It is presenting the collegiate dramatic premeire of Lynn Nottage's Pulizter Prize winning drama, 'Runied.' The 2009 Pulitzer play has garnered critica...
by News Staff


Local illustrator in spotlight at Tennessee Art League Exhibit

The ancient Roman god Janus looks both backwards and forward. The TAL's first Art Crawl of 2011 shares that perspective. The exhibitions offered within its three floors can be said to considering both viewpoints. Looking back i...
by News Staff



Kathleen Haynes shares ‘Summer in the South’ at Green Hills

Single artist exhibit opens at Green Hills Public Library with a southern summer focus.
by News Staff


Dance Marathon to benefit children’s Hospital

For several hours, students at Austin Peay State University will dance the night away, while lending a helping hand, at the annual Dance Marathon. The event, which benefits the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderb...
by News Staff