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Poet reviews the changing face of America

What does it mean to be an American? The answer to that question is changing.
by News Staff


AHDC hosts Student Art Exhibit at Customs House Museum

Clarksville’s Arts and Heritage Development Council, in cooperation with the APSU Center for Creative Excellence, hosted a reception for its new Student Art Exhibit at the Customs House Museum and Culture Center Clarksvil...
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Trees of Christmas showcased at Smith-Trahern Mansion

Ornamental gourds in the shape of tropical birds. Sugar plums dance along the branches of another holiday tree. Pink bows and teddy bears offer bedtime comfort and sweet dreams. The ornate fireplace and ceiling-high mirror are ...
by News Staff


Finger Football tourney comes to Clarksville

Remember paper football? The football: a folded sheet of paper in the shape of a triangle. The field: a tabletop. The goal: to score a touchdown by flicking the ‘football’ across the table until a part of it hangs over the ...
by News Staff


“High School Musical 2” rocks the Roxy

A comical, high energy rendition of Disney’s High School Musical 2 is now playing at the Roxy Regional Theatre. In this sequel to the immensely popular High School Musical, the East High Wildcats are ready for summer vaca...
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TAL announces June Art Crawl

Nashville’s Tennessee Art League, fresh from their day trip to the Watercolor Society’s Annual Showcase in Chattanooga, have released the lineup for their June Art Crawl Showcase. All three floors will have new disp...
by News Staff


“Captured Light: Recent Perspectives” opens August Artwalk

Richard Pugh, an award winning photographer, will open his new show entitled "Captured Light: Recent Persectives" at the Downtown Artists Co-op on August 5 from 5-8 p.m.
by News Staff