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Rodney Atkins has announced a release date for his upcoming fourth album, 'Take a Back Road,' which will hit shelves October 4. Rodney, who has been on the road for most of the summer and will continue to tour through his new CD's release date, has...
Tags: American Red Cross, Social Issues, Charity, Tennessee
Last month, the Eli Young Band released their latest collection of songs, ‘Life at Best.’ Fans and peers gravitated toward the new music from one of country music’s hottest bands, and gave the group their charting position debut at No. 3...
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will release four different DVD/fragrance sets next month exclusively at Wal-mart. Faith’s latest fragrance is called True and she promises it will keep you smelling good for a long time “It’s a floral scent but...
It looks a little bit like a body board, and it does ride the waves — sound waves, that is. Meet the harpejji, a fretted string instrument invented and built in the Baltimore area. Coldplay bought one. A.R. Rahman, who composed the score to...
Mary Elizabeth Scherrer Hale went home to heaven Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011. Born April 7, 1924, in Casey County, she was the daughter of the late Oscar and Ethel Scherrer. She was also predeceased by a son, Denny Woodrum. She was a member of Immanuel...
Tags: Human Interest
Six parrots taken from what was described as a "deplorable" breeding mill in Tennessee found shelter in Maryland over the weekend, rescued by animal-welfare groups and destined for new homes. "They're a little emaciated, I would say," said Christi Zotto,...
Visitors to Centennial Village at the Brown County Fair this week have the chance to see the 118-year-old gravestone of a Civil War veteran before the stone is shipped to Yankton. Until recently, it was unknown where the veteran was buried, only that...
Tags: Washington, DC, Maryland, Assault, Crimes, South Dakota
Frankie Ballard isn't happy unless he spends part of every day advancing his career. “We're doing a bunch of shows, fairs and festivals and radio shows and clubs - everything we can get,” he said on the phone from Maryland. Ballard, 28, has been...
Tags: Maryland, Human Interest, Sony Corp., Kenny Chesney, Education
Aug. 20, 1961 Vice president Lyndon B. Johnson flew into Germany today declaring the United States does not intend to retreat in the face of Communist threats in Berlin. Johnson made the comment as he stopped off in the West German capital of Bonn to...
Daily American Staff WriterShelley Johansson, director of marketing and communications for the Johnstown Area Heritage Association, developed a passion for music long before she became involved with the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival. Johansson, 42, grew up in Nashville where...
Tags: Europe, Fine Arts, Artists, Sweden, Jackson (Hinds, Mississippi)
Even before his senior year of high school began, Mason Graham knew that he wanted to play football at Navy. But Jabaree Tuani, Graham's teammate at Brentwood Academy outside Nashville, Tenn., wasn't sold on making the same military commitment. As much as...
Guest ColumnistBART is the acronym for the Bay Area Rapid Transit system in the San Francisco area. It may also become a historical marker of sorts as we navigate the intersection, with its occasional collisions, of new technology, public safety and our First...
Tags: Censorship, Government, Politics, Demonstration, Cell Phones
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