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‘We the People’ group art exhibition


Ice House Cafe‘We the People’ is currently occupying The Icehouse Cafe at 118 University Ave. Please stop in during their summertime hours of 11AM-3PM Mon-Sat to view the exhibit which includes social and political art from fourteen regional artists! While the show has no specific political agenda, it is an open forum in which the artists are free to express themselves.

The opening reception for ‘We the People’ was held at on Thursday evening, July 6th. Chris Lugo, Green Party candidate for Senate (see more at, was on hand to speak to the audience. Of his many motivations for running, Chris’s main objective, as he told the audience, was ‘to run for peace.’ A voter registration drive was also held at the event.

Political art show, at the Ice House Cafe


Ice House CafeThe Ice House Cafe located on University Boulevard between Michael’s Pizza and the Burrito Bungalow, is without asking for anyone’s approval, hanging political art on its walls. This is a dangerous thing in this day and age.

There will be a reception on Thursday, July 6, from 5 pm till it’s finished. «Read the rest of this article»

Clarksville, TN in the News of the Weird


Clarksville, TNClarksville, Tennessee made an appearance in Chuck Shephard’s News of the Weird column, a weekly syndicated newspaper column founded 1988 that is one of the most read weird-news features in the United States

In the June 25, 2006 edition of his column is the section, “Honesty Is the Best Policy?” which referenced the April arrest of one Jonifer Jackson age 20 in Clarksville for reckless endangerment. The humor is in his explanation for committing his offense. «Read the rest of this article»

Beachaven Vineyard and Winery: Jazz on the Lawn schedule


Beachaven Vineyard and WineryThe Beachaven concerts on the lawn start at 6:30 pm and continue until 9:30 pm. Because seating is first come first serve, it pays to arrive around 5pm for the best parking and viewing spots. Both admission and parking are free. As a sign of your appreciation it is encouraged that you purchase a bottle of Beachaven wine to enjoy as you listen to the music. They offer the concerts as a way to promote the winery. Jazz on the lawn is a great way for a family to spend a summer evening!

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My Review of The Graduate at the Roxy


The Roxy Regional TheatreThe Graduate is playing at the Roxy Regional Theatre. I went and saw it last Saturday night, here is my review of the performance.

Many of you have seen the movie which starred Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, and Katherine Ross. Many more have heard the song Mrs Robinson by Simon and Garfunkel which is based on snippets of music which appeared in the movie.

The song was not completed for the film; only snippets are heard as incidental music. When the film and the music became popular, Paul Simon put the snippets together into a complete song which rose to the top of the charts in 1968 knocking The Beatles’ White Album off the number one spot.

The movie was adapted into a play in the year 2000. The play was critically acclaimed during it’s run both in London’s West End and on Broadway. «Read the rest of this article»

Tickets are now on sale for “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story”.


The Roxy Regional TheatreTickets are now on sale at the Roxy Regional Theatre for “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story”, The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Musical.

This musical, which ran for 19 years in London, tells the story of crooner Buddy Holly and his rise to the top. «Read the rest of this article»

My Review of Spoon River Anthology at the Roxy


The Roxy Regional TheatreI went to the Roxy Regional Theatre tonight, to attend their performance of Spoon River Anthology, which was performed in their OtherSpace theatre. If I had only one sentence with which to give a summation of the show, I think it would be: A tapestry of lives woven together by the the sweet melancholy strains of a violin. «Read the rest of this article»

Coming soon to the Roxy Regional Theatre


The Roxy Regional TheatreThe Roxy Regional Theatre is a major contributer to the culture of Clarksville society. I have personally spent many evenings being entertained by their talented actors and actresses. The hard work, professionalism, and their dedication to their craft, shines through each show they produce.

They recently finished a run of the musical Bye Bye Birdie. Don’t be too sad though, several great shows are coming soon, including Spoon River Anthology in the otherspace, The Graduate, and a musical version of the Buddy Holly story. «Read the rest of this article»

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