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    Lydia Walker sings Songs of the Christmas Season

    December 13, 2012 | Email This Post Print This Post

    Lydia WalkerClarksville, TN – Local vocalist and musician Lydia Walker will present a two-hour performance of Christmas carols and secular music at Freedom Deli on December 22nd from 11:00am to 1:00pm.

    “The performance is our Christmas gift to our customers,” said deli owner John Matagrano. This will be Walker’s second performance at that location.

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    Lydia Walker to sing at Freedom Deli

    October 26, 2012 | Email This Post Print This Post

    Lydia Walker

    Clarksville, TN – Popular local singer/musician Lydia Walker will play Freedom Deli tonight from 7:00pm-9:00pm. Walker’s playlist of contemporary folk music includes “Shades of Gray” and “When I Dance.”

    Walker hails from Cunningham, TN, and has been writing and performing her own songs, accompanied by her acoustic guitar, since the age of 12. She has performed at coffee shops, colleges, churches, and festivals and has just released her 7th independent album, “Beloved”, co-written and produced with Nashville hit songwriter Curt Ryle. Her goal is to inspire people with a message of hope.

    Freedom Deli is located at 2088 Lowe’s Drive off Wilma Rudolph Boulevard in Clarksville.


    Women’s Health highlighted in “All About Women” health fair

    April 10, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    hopeThe Hispanic Organization for Progress and Education (H.O.P.E.) will host its annual Health Initiative Outreach “All About Women” Health Conference dedicated to National Women’s Health promotion.

    The conference will be held Saturday, May30, 2009 at the Riverview Inn Hotel, 50 College Street, Clarksville, TN  37040, from 10:00 a.m. to 4p.m.  (

    The aim of our event is to enhance partnerships between women and Montgomery County health professionals in order to improve the health of women in our community and promote health awareness, in general. «Read the rest of this article»


    LSU Prof. Alecia Long to discuss Civil War history

    April 1, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    Love Civil War history?  Attend “(Mis)Remembering General Order No. 28: Benjamin Butler, the Woman Order, and Historical Memory,” at 6 p.m., April 6 in APSU’s Gentry Auditorium.

    civil-war-flagsIn April 1862, during the Civil War, Union Gen. Benjamin Butler and his troops took control of New Orleans and then suffered verbal and physical scorn from many – most notably the Southern ladies of that city – for doing so.  A month later, as a result of the hostility received from women, Butler issued his infamous General Order No. 28, or The Woman Order. The order, some Civil War historians have noted, successfully tamed the female rebels of New Orleans.

    However, Dr. Alecia P. Long, assistant professor of history at Louisiana State University, will argue that the order suggests a different conclusion in a presentation next month at Austin Peay State University. «Read the rest of this article»


    Clinic offers free legal assistance for domestic violence victims

    March 28, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    The Clarksville office of the Legal Aid Society announced they have partnered with the lawfirm of Runyan and Runyan, the Hilldale Kiwanis Club and the Tennessee Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division to offer a free legal clinic for domestic violence victims to be held from 10 am to noon, April 4 at the Sarah Mann Building, 217 Third St. in Clarksville.

    “Domestic violence touches so many in our community and the effects can last for generations,” said Kevin Fowler, managing attorney for the Clarksville office of the Legal Aid Society. “The clinic will provide an opportunity to speak privately with an attorney for free.” «Read the rest of this article»


    IWFL Clarksville Fox to kick off 2009 season

    March 26, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    The Independent Women’s Football League’s Division and Conference Champions, the Clarksville Fox, will take on the Tennessee Valley Tigers in a pre-season game March 28th at Northwest High School located at 800 Lafayette Road in Clarksville. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. with a kick off time of 7:00 p.m.

    foxCome early and enjoy BBQ’s and tailgating in the parking lot, but remember no alcohol is allowed on school premises. Concessions will be available at the game, inflatable bouncers for the kids to play on, a Fox merchandise booth, the team’s mascot “Trixy” enjoying the evening with the children young and old, and women playing full contact football. «Read the rest of this article»


    NEHS choirs bring Broadway to local stage

    March 20, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    NEHS Exit One, Concert and SSA Women’s Choir have been chosen to open for The Haywood Family Show in Branson, Missouri.


    "One" from "A Chorus Line" -- a fitting end to an evening of Broadway

    After two months of intensive rehearsals in both voice and choreography, to say nothing of the memorization involved, Broadway came to Clarksville Thursday evening as the Northeast High School Choral Department presented its Spring Show 2009 in the NEHS auditorium.

    The show will also be presented Tonight at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, March 22, at 3 p.m. Admission is $5 per adult, $3 per student.

    It’s a show that has something extra this year when the Exit One Show  Choir, the Concert Choir  and the SSA Women’s Choir travel to Branson, Missouri in April to perform as the opening act for the Haywood Family Show, with a selection of routines from the current show to be performed and taped “on tour.” «Read the rest of this article»


    Beth Britton to pen column for Christian HomeKeeper network

    March 16, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    Beth Britton and her daughter, "Elle-girl."

    Beth Britton, a Clarksville writer whose work has appeared in Discover Clarksville,  has been asked to write a weekly column for the new site, Christian Homekeeper Network.

    “This website is a great place for women to go and be encouraged and to get to know other women with similar interests. I am excited to be joining with the other excellent writers in contributing to this site.”

    – Beth Britton

    In additions to her periodic essay on our site, you can read Beth’s  weekly postings at my personal on site blog

    Christian HomeKeeping Network is a Christian blog for women that includes articles about cooking, crafts, child-rearing, books and faith. It has an extensive list of contributing writers

    As always, you can still keep up with her own personal life and the goings-on of our family at my blog below.

    Stop by for a visit at Beth’s personal blog,

    Beth’work has appeared in Clarksville Online and Discover Paris TN.  She  also writes for Clarksville Family. Beth is married to David Britton, a historian and park ranger at Port Royal State park, and is the mother of Elle-girl, the subject of many of her essays.  She is expecting her second child.


    At the Roxy: World premiere of “All Quiet on the Western Front”

    March 15, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    Michael Ellison

    The Roxy Regional Theatre is presenting the world premiere of All Quiet on the Western Front, a recent recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant.

    In the press release accompanying the grant announcement, NEA Chairman Dana Gioia said, “We often hear from our grantees that the NEA’s grant support has a catalytic effect, helping the organization to exponentially garner additional funding for its project. These grants are an investment in our nation’s culture, and I’m proud to say that the return on that investment benefits Americans from coast to coast.’”

    Adapted for the stage by John McDonald from the novel by Erich Maria Remarque, All Quiet on the Western Front tells the story of a young soldier who faces profound disillusionment in the soul-destroying horror of World War I.  First published in German in 1929, it sold 2.5 million copies in twenty-five languages in its first eighteen months in print.  In 1930 the book was turned into an Oscar-winning movie of the same name. Now in these uncertain times of war, All Quiet on the Western Front will speak to a new generation from the stage.

    Michael Ellison (pictured at right)  stars as Paul Baumer, while Jeremy Maxwell (Tjaden), Chad Parsons (Muller), Michael Green (Kat) and Ryan Ploeckelman (Kropp) round out the group of friends who together experience the life-altering effects of the war.  Also appearing are Jay Doolittle, Leslie Greene, Kimberly DiPersia, Brady Adair and Patrick McLaughlin.

    All Quiet on the Western Front opens on Friday, March 20, at 8pm for a pay-what-you-can preview.  It runs through March 28, playing Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, March 28.  Tickets are $15 ($10 for children 13 and under) and can be purchased online at or by calling (931) 645-7699 during regular box office hours (9 a.m.-2 p,m. weekdays).


    APSU: Showcasing graduating artists

    March 15, 2009 | Email This Post Print This Post

    The Austin Peay State University Department of Art has scheduled several student art exhibitions for the Spring 2009 semester.


    Austin Peay State University senior art students, pictured recently in the Trahern Building, will present several art shows and exhibits this spring on campus. Members of the class are (from left) Kristi Kerstetter, Morgan Conwell, April Stilwell, Caroline Tuzeneu, Colleen O’Neill, Sara Neuhart, Nicholas Schulman, Katie Whitfield, Ryan Sample and professor of art Gregg Schlanger. Photo by Melony Shemberger, APSU Public Relations and Marketing

    Students enrolled in the Senior Exhibition class, taught by Professor of Art Gregg Schlanger, must present their work in a public setting to earn their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. Nine students are enrolled this spring in the course. «Read the rest of this article»

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