The Cola Wars are back … kind of. Regal Cinemas (including their theater in Tullahoma) will switch from Coke to Pepsi products this spring.
Wanna support local authors? Attend the annual Local Author’s Signing at the Manchester Public Library on January 18. Sixteen area authors will be in attendance.
Parents mark those calendars. Kiddos will get out early on Friday, January 17. The Moore County Public Library plans to screen Maleficent: Mistress of Evil immediately after school.
Lincoln Theatre offers the historic movie experience with a new digital twist.
Dr. Elizabeth Taylor’s newest book examines the legacy of Camp Forrest that still remains to day.
South Carolina, award-winning author Bren McClain will visit Lynchburg on November 22 to talk to the Moore County Public Library’s Brown Bag Book Club.
REGIONAL NEWS | Tullahoma — Lynchburg native Meredith Burton recently penned an anthology of fairy tales that re-examines what being a hero means. In Blind Beauty and Other Tales of Redemption, Burton […]
EVENTS | Nashville — Writers and readers are like peanut butter and jelly. One’s just not the same without the other. On October 11-13, Humanities Tennessee will bring the two together for […]
ART & CULTURAL — When historical filmmaker Ken Burns takes on a subject, they’re usually deep dives into the history and personalities behind an American phenomenon. He’s taken on subjects like the […]