It’s the time of season for things that go bump in the night, howling winds and haunted houses. What better time to throw a Halloween party. If your party will include a movie or television show and needs to be family friendly, I will share a few recommendations this week for your consideration. Some of […]
Batteries Not Included
Those Cinematic Crate Diggers over at Warner Archive have over the last two years been releasing a number of classic B movie gems on blu-ray. Two of their most recent releases of 1950s sci-fi tinged schlock are 1956’s “The Cyclops” and 1958’s masterpiece of camp “Queen of Outer Space.” Both films from studio Allied Artists, […]
Jacob’s Nature Park at Sinking Creek will host the official opening of its latest environmental learning feature on Monday, Oct. 29, from 4:30-6 p.m. The Tennessee Urban Forestry Council has certified the feature as a Level I arboretum, making Jacob’s Nature Park Arboretum the third in Washington County to hold the certification. The arboretum includes […]
In life, we all face battles that can either make us or break us – depending on how we face that battle. I’m Deb Johnson, 9 years 5 months breast cancer survivor. No, that’s not how I introduce myself to others, but that is what goes through my head each morning that I see a new sunrise. I am a PINK WARRIOR – A SURVIVOR. Let me tell you my story, in hopes that it will help someone else.
Being a part of not only the Holy Taco family, but downtown’s family has been amazing the last almost five years. Having a job where I can be myself, enjoy my time while making a living, love my work family who have become even more than that, and get to know people with some becoming […]
The Nerd's Corner
“There’s children throwing snowballs, instead of throwing heads. They’re busy building toys and absolutely no one’s dead!” – Jack Skellington Twenty-five years ago, Tim Burton brought to us the stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy film we all grew to love, The Nightmare Before Christmas, featuring Jack Skellington, Sally, Oogie Boogie and all the rest of […]
Greeneville, TN – Paintings by Greeneville artists Lawrence Danecke and Roger Hankins are featured at the General Morgan Inn’s Mason House Gallery throughout the month of November. The exhibition titled “2Views: Paintings by Lawrence Danecke and Roger Hankins” is sponsored in part by The General Morgan Inn and the Greeneville Arts Council and runs from […]
The music experience is a tremendous, fully involved, moment. Having as much to with the sounds as well as the visuals. The feel as well as the Vibe. The time as much as the place. It’s often said, almost as much as the frame has to do with the canvas. If the audio of the […]
If you are a fan of movies based on true stories that are inspirational, you may want to check out the new film “Unbroken: Path to Redemption.” The film is a sequel to the 2014 film “Unbroken”, but features an all new cast. The story follows Louis Zamperini (Samuel Hunt) upon his return from being […]
Batteries Not Included
With October here and Halloween on everyone’s minds, I’ve been trying to squeeze in as many seasons movies as I possibly can. Since it’s going to be a rather movie centric month there in Andyland, it’s also going to be a movie centric month in this column, This week I’d like to tell you about […]
October is here and it is probably the one month in the entire year when people deliberately seek out activities that they already know will scare them right out of their own skin. We all do it anyways though, right? Whether it be watching and re-watching classic horror flicks such as Stephen King’s “It” or […]
This month, the Yarn Exchange Radio Show has a program filled with the Halloween Spirit. On October 22 at 7PM at the International Storytelling Center, local haunted lore will come to life on stage as the cast performs true tales of the mysterious. Among the stories that evening will be one about David Samms and […]
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