Topic: Charlie Brown
Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University (APSU) Department of Theatre and Dance will present “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” Thursday, November 15th, through Sunday, November 18th, 2018 at the Trahern Theatre on campus.
The show starts 7:30pm Thursday-Saturday, with matinee performances 2:00pm Saturday and Sunday. The production is sponsored by the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts.
Fort Campbell, KY – On Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 9:00am the Smokehaus Restaurant will hold a Charlie Brown Christmas Breakfast.
Table side visits and photos with Charlie Brown, Snoopy and friends from the cast of “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
The cost is $10.00 per person – age 4 and up. Age 3 and under FREE with a paying adult.
Tickets can be purchased at the Smokehaus Restaurant, Leisure Travel Services (in the Exchange Mall) and online thru WebTrac.
Nashville, TN – I said I’d be hip. I promised writing about culture and clubs; poetry and songwriters, and maybe even turn you on to the latest dive bar I’ve visited or a hidden-away café full of charm. But then while I wasn’t looking, lights and wreaths went up on Church Street, 2nd Avenue took on an even more twinkly golden glow, and Printers Alley became bejeweled with lights and blown-up Santas.
Since we last met here, we were catapulted headlong into the Christmas season. And we all know Christmas isn’t hip. «Read the rest of this article»
Written by Dr. Tony Phillips
Greenbelt, MD – How can a world without air have an ionosphere? Somehow the Moon has done it.
Lunar researchers have been struggling with the mystery for years, and they may have finally found a solution.
But first, what is an ionosphere?
Every terrestrial planet with an atmosphere has one. High above the planet’s rocky surface where the atmosphere meets the vacuum of space, ultraviolet rays from the sun break apart atoms of air. This creates a layer of ionized gas–an “ionosphere.”
Peanuts Worldwide Announces New Five Year Deal With ABC Network for the Classic ‘PEANUTS’ Holiday Specials
New York, NY — Peanuts Worldwide, the newly formed joint venture between Iconix Brand Group (NASDAQ:ICON) and Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates today announced that it has signed a new five year deal with ABC Network for the popular PEANUTS animated holiday specials. The beloved Emmy Award winning specials, including the iconic “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” and “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” created by Charles M. Schulz and produced and animated by Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, began airing on ABC in December 2001.
“The PEANUTS holiday TV specials are iconic and represent a family tradition of watching Charlie Brown and the gang kick off the holiday season,” stated Neil Cole, CEO, Iconix Brand Group. Cole added, “This new deal with ABC demonstrates the continued relevance of the PEANUTS brand as it celebrates its 60th anniversary.”
With a light drizzle that turned to a steady rain, the kickoff of the 2009 Christmas on the Cumberland still managed to draw a crowd. Several hundred people came to see Mayor Johnny Piper, Santa Claus, Miss Tennessee International, Mrs. Fort Campbell, Charlie Brown, & News Channel 4’s Snowbird flip the switch lighting of over 1 million lights lining both sides of Riverside Drive, and the Riverwalk. Christmas carolers from Austin Peay State University provided the pre-ceremony entertainment.
Santa Claus was on hand to pose for pictures with attendees. For those who were unable to make it to the grand opening.
Christmas on the Cumberland officially opened November 24th and runs through January 1st. It will be open to the public nightly from 5-10p.m. and 5-11p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Admission to the event is free.
Next week’s grand opening that gets underway at 6:30p.m. will include holiday entertainment and the official lighting of over 1 million lights by Mayor Johnny Piper. Special guests including Santa Claus, the Channel 4 News Snowbird, Charlie Brown and Mrs. Tennessee International Cydney Miller will be at the ceremony to visit with the children.
Christmas on the Cumberland officially opens November 24 and runs through January 1. It will be open to the public nightly from 5-10p.m. and 5-11p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Admission to the event is free.
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