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Artlightenment 2013 Art and Film Festival

Artlightenment 2013 Art and Film Festival

Fifth Annual Multi-media Art and Film Festival Slated for November 14, 15 and 16 Nashville, TN – Artlightenment, the annual Multi-media Art Show and Film Festival which showcases visual artists, painters, sculptors and filmmakers is slated [...]

Publisher’s Great-Niece is Promising Golfer

Publisher’s Great-Niece is Promising Golfer

Upper Marlboro, Md., – On July 31, 2013 Lauren Artis, great nice of Publisher Rosetta Miller-Perry participated in  a junior golf tournament at the Lake Presidential Golf Club  in Upper Marlboro Maryland, which is listed as [...]

Predators get first shootout win

Predators get first shootout win

By Ron Wynn Everyone on the Nashville side looked relieved Thursday night when Sergei Kostitsyn’s wrist shot eluded LA Kings goalie Jonathan Quick, giving the Predators a 2-1 shootout win over the defending Stanley Cup champions [...]

Predators’ Woes Continue

Predators’ Woes Continue

By Ron Wynn The season is still young, but the Predators’ offensive problems are beginning to get old. They suffered another loss on the current road trip Monday night, this one 4-0 to the Phoenix Coyotes. [...]

Second Annual Nashville Mayor’s 5K to be on Sunday, Nov. 18

Second Annual Nashville Mayor’s 5K to be on Sunday, Nov. 18

Mayor Karl Dean will host the Second Annual Mayor’s Challenge 5K on Sunday, Nov. 18, at Public Square Park.  This free event is expected to draw thousands to the downtown area.  In addition to the 3.1-mile [...]

Jamaica Proves Top Competitor Among Caribbean, African Nations

Jamaica Proves Top Competitor Among Caribbean, African Nations

The island of Jamaica is now unquestionably the sprinting center of the world. Some people find the remarkable champion Usain Bolt endearing, while others deem him a braggart and showoff. But no one denies him rare [...]

American Women Dominate Olympics

American Women Dominate Olympics

The London Olympics marked the first time in American history that there were more women on the squad than men. But few expected this to become the Olympics where women wouldn’t just be important but critical [...]

Experts: Gabby Will Make Millions in Endorsements for Years to Come

Experts: Gabby Will Make Millions in Endorsements for Years to Come

Some might be focused on the fact that they think that Gabby Douglas has had a few bad hair days, but she’s now got enough money to get whatever hairstyle she wants. Industry experts are estimating [...]

Kentucky Derby 2012: Hats, Soirees, Horse Races & More!

Kentucky Derby 2012: Hats, Soirees, Horse Races & More!

 By Sonya Jenkins, (sonyasspotlight.com) representing The Tennessee Tribune The 138th running of the Kentucky Derby is HISTORY! I arrived at Churchill Downs mid afternoon to the largest crowd Churchill Downs had ever seen for a Derby – 165,307! [...]

Wildcats Claim Eighth National Title

Wildcats Claim Eighth National Title

By Ron Wynn The University of Kentucky did something Monday night few teams have done in recent college basketball history. They completed a season of domination by winning the national title 67-59 over Kansas. It was [...]

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