Buechel featured artist in Warehouse Gallery at Shanks Center
The month of May will feature master artist Eric Buechel in an exhibit at the Shanks Center for the Arts in Crossville, which demonstrates Buechel’s wide variety of artistic accomplishments.
AROUND THE TOWN: Coming out of the woods has its benefits
When our friend Kim asked us if we were interested in going to Nashville and seeing the folks from “Duck Dynasty,” I was hesitant. I had a working knowledge of the A&E Cable Television show from Michael. He loves it. I knew it had something to do with Louisiana, duck hunters and faith. I was aware a lot of folks watched it. I also knew based on my limited knowledge it wasn’t something that would interest me.
Cleveland duo gives local performance
On April 26, the members of the 127 South Senior Center had another good time playing bingo and dominos. Numbers were called by John Bohrman, and the prizes were furnished by Dr. Michael S. Galloway, ophthalmologist.
Published May 1, 2013.
Seniors to meet ‘9-5’ cast
May is Older Americans Month, and Fair Park is starting it off the celebration with a blast! Everyone has to smile just thinking about that crazy, fun, comedy movie “9-5” which came out in 1980. The outrageous and delightful characters and their crazy situation make for a thoroughly enjoyable evening. That Grammy Award-winning theme song was written and sung by Dolly Parton, who also did thee other songs in that movie.
PLEASANT HILL RAMBLINGS: Center brings healing ideas to community
There is a new business in the town of Pleasant Hill, albeit a “Center for Healing and Growth,” which is everyone’s business. Jerry Ziegele and Rebecca Kilmer have combined their counseling professions after purchasing the former Sycamore House at 44 E. Main St.
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THE GOOD LIFE: Getting high on kindness
Researchers have found that kindness is basic to the brain, hard-wired and pleasurable. Doing something kind often results in a helper’s high, which is caused by the body’s release of endorphins, a chemical within the brain that gives us the sensation of pleasure. In return for our kindness, we experience happiness.
- 'Beauties' get dolled up for Avalon Center
Around the Town: Students ready for the red carpet
Dresses, tuxes and corsages, oh my! The prom is to high school students what the red carpet is to female singers and actors. Girls spend hours and hours locating the perfect dress; getting their hair cut, colored and/or styled; having a manicure and a pedicure; selecting jewelry; and, of course, making sure their date is properly attired as well. The process, which normally starts weeks ahead of time, culminates this Saturday night, as both local high schools celebrate Prom 2013.
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