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Fun DIY Mother's Day Crafts

Lindsay Ruggieri from Custom Love Gifts shows us how to make a beautiful gift basket for mom.

"Memphis Love of Music Contest"

"Memphis Love of Music Contest"

Enter now for your chance to show off your musical know-how and win 2 tickets to see Memphis, a roof-raising rock'n'roll musical, at the Tennessee Theater on December 16th.

For your chance to win, all you need to do is submit a 150 character or less essay on how music has impacted your life.

All entries must be received by December 1st.

The winner will receive 2 tickets to see Memphis at the Tennessee Theater.

Rick Springfield and The Dirty Guv’nahs headline 2013 Secret City Fest.

Rick Springfield and The Dirty Guv’nahs headline 2013 Secret City Fest.

It’s Secret City Festival time again in Oak Ridge! The bands have been selected, the schedule is filling up, and tickets to this year’s headliner concerts go on sale Monday, May 6.  Tickets are priced at an early bird rate of $17. After June 7, ticket prices go up to $20.  
            

Now Showing in Crossville: "Prisoners of the Plateau"

Now Showing in Crossville: "Prisoners of the Plateau"

"Prisoners of the Plateau" A brand-new documentary film about the Crossville POW Camp has been created by Charlie Gee, Ph.D., at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. 

The first public showing will take place at the Art Circle Public Library on Saturday, January 5, 2013 from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in the Cumberland Meeting Room.

For more information visit the Art Circle Public Library's website.

Big South Fork storytelling festival hits 20th year

Big South Fork storytelling festival hits 20th year

For two decades, thousands of people have traveled to Big South Fork to be spooked at the nationally known, Haunting in the Hills storytelling festival.

The event attracts around 3,000 people each year to its site near the Fentress and Scott County line. There, hundreds of attendees sleep overnight in the nearby Bandy Creek Campground.

National Park Service Superintendent Niki Stephanie Nicholas said it is an event they would like to see even grow more in the future.

"Stories must be told, or they are lost", she said.