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“Meet the Photographer” Event


The Customs House MuseumOn Friday, April 24th, David Farmerie will be holding a lecture and discussion in the museum auditorium at 7 pm. This event, sponsored in part by the Arts and Heritage Development Council, is free to the public. The subject of David’s talk will be his Seven Deadly Sins series. Farmerie says,” When I was asked to create this series I was virtually unaware of the Seven Deadly Sins other than a vague recollection from my youth while attending Catholic school. After researching, I was amazed at what I discovered. They were not the oppressive doctrine that I was expecting. In fact, they seemed to have a profound place in our society today…and that was the beginning of the conceptualization”. «Read the rest of this article»

Sights and Sounds from Rivers and Spires on Friday


A view down Franklin Street towards Public Square Stage

Great weather is the first thing most people would come up with if you asked them about the second day of Rivers and Spires. This showed in a great turnout for the Friday afternoon and evening acts. Bad weather was expected, but according to the National Weather Service has pushed off until Saturday night, hopefully long after everyone is home and snug in bed for the evening.

There were simply too many acts to provide details of each one individually as we did in the story about Thursday evenings shows, but there were some highlights to point out including The Groovefellas, Sgt.1st Class Jamie Buckley, and the WannaBeatles.

We also would like to provide a special thank you to Local Businesswoman Deborah S. Evans (Attorney at Law) for allowing Clarksville Online to utilize her offices balcony to acquire some unique photographs.

The events continue on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 9:45 p.m. «Read the rest of this article»

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