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Titans Travel to Jacksonville for Monday Night Football


Tennessee Titans (3-2) at Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2)
Monday, October 18th, 2010 • 7:30pm CDT • EverBank Field • Jacksonville, FL • TV: ESPN

Tennessee TitansNashville, TN — After enjoying a hard-earned victory last week over the Dallas Cowboys, the Tennessee Titans (3-2) take to the road for a crucial divisional bout with the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2) on Monday Night Football. Kickoff at EverBank Field (capacity 67,246) is scheduled for 7:30pm CDT on Monday, October 18th.

The first of two annual Titans-Jaguars matchups looms large in the AFC South standings. After five weeks, the Titans, Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans are all tied with 3-2 records.

The Titans will not play another divisional contest this season until they play five of their last six games against AFC South foes, beginning November 28th at Houston. «Read the rest of this article»

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Wags to Witches Fur Bash Ball and Comedy on the Cumberland Show to benefit the Humane Society


Upcoming benefits to help in the Mission of the Humane Society; Comedy on the Cumberland on October 12th; Wags to Witches Fur Ball Bash on October 23rd.

On October 23rd, Deep beneath the main floors of the Riverview Inn in downtown Clarksville lies a world that only a chosen few ever see. It’s a world of coffins, tombstones, and cobwebs where monstrous things happen. If you listen closely, you can hear the merciless screams of…FUN!

Once again, the Clarksville Humane Society will be taking the regal ballrooms of the Riverview Inn and turning them into the stuff that fills nightmares for the 4th Annual Wags to Witches Fur Ball Bash.

This year’s façade of fantasy and horror, around 200 attendees will attend the Monster Mansion themed event. As these brave souls draw near the party entrance, they will walk through a most unusual graveyard of staked heads, gnawed bones, and severed limbs. Once inside the lobby area, attendees will see the house that blood, sweat, and fears built: the outside of the Monster Mansion itself. «Read the rest of this article»

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City votes on Clarksville’s Best for the March of Dimes


Best of Clarksville PosterClarksville, TN – The Best of Clarksville fundraiser for the March of Dimes is eagerly awaited each year by both businesses and area residents. The fundraiser this year featured 140 businesses in 65 categories; each one looking to score the votes of area residents to be declared The Best of Clarksville. The event consists of local vendor booths, silent auctions, dance performances, free give-a-ways, and a fireworks show by Allen’s Fireworks. All of the money raised is donated to the March of Dimes.

Matthews Nissan Suzuki was the presenting sponsor. Other sponsors included Five Star Radio, Sango Village Florist, US Bank, Cumberland Bank and Trust, FedEx, Allen’s Fireworks, Ad One Advertising, WJZM 1400 AM, and The Leaf-Chronicle.

The 2010 Best of Clarksville event

The 2010 Best of Clarksville event

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Titans visit Cowboys Stadium in late afternoon Game


Tennessee Titans (2-2) at Dallas Cowboys (1-2)
Sunday, October 10th, 2010 • 3:15pm CDT • Cowboys Stadium • Arlington, Texas

Tennessee TitansNashville, TN – After suffering a 26-20 loss at home to the Denver Broncos, the Tennessee Titans (2-2) look to rebound this week against a rested Dallas Cowboys team that is coming out of its bye week. Kickoff at Cowboys Stadium (capacity 80,000) is scheduled for 3:15pm CDT on Sunday, October 10th.

The Titans and Cowboys, who spent three and a half decades as in-state rivals when the Titans played in Houston as the Oilers, have met sparingly through the years in the regular season. In 12 games between the two clubs, the Cowboys hold a 7-5 edge, including victories in the most recent encounters in 2002 and 2006. «Read the rest of this article»

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What’s happening Downtown this week, in Clarksville Tennessee


What’s happening Downtown in Clarksville, TN is a regular feature that places the spotlight on one of our cities best features, the bustling downtown area. From the Roxy Regional Theatre, The Customs House Museum, The Downtown Artists Co-op, Strawberry Alley, the First Thursday Art Walks, to nearby Austin Peay State University; Downtown Clarksville is the cultural heart of our city. It’s also a really great place to go to find unique shops, and some of the best restaurants in our community. Downtown business owner Paige King tells you just what’s going on Downtown this week.

Historic Downtown ClarksvilleAnyone who knows me will attest to the fact that I am an avid advocate for Historic Downtown Clarksville. I rarely avoid an opportunity to tell folks how I feel about our city center and all it has to offer. Thus was born “Downtown, the Radio Show,” heard weekdays on 1400 AM WJZM at 2:00 pm. I was then approached about a regular feature here, at Clarksville Online—so, here we go!

The Historic Downtown of Clarksville, Tennessee, has long been the center of activity for this amazing city. Flip through any of the numerous publications relating the story of Clarksville, and you will find images of bustling sidewalks and streets teaming with traffic. Centuries after its founding, the Downtown is a natural magnet for tourism and commerce. People find a connection there. Think about it . . . when you have folks come to visit from another area, do you take them to a strip mall, a chain restaurant and the movies? You should be bringing them downtown to visit the unique boutiques and restaurants, the Customs House Museum and The Roxy Regional Theatre. As you stroll the streets on the way to your next destination, you can tell your guests about the history of this great city. «Read the rest of this article»

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Comedy on the Cumberland to return July 20th!


On Tuesday July 20th, at 7:00pm the Roxy Regional Theatre will host some of the areas funniest comedians who will perform as part of the “Comedy on the Cumberland,” charity event. The proceeds from the event will go to benefit The Clarksville-Montgomery County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Comedy on the Cumberland is the brainchild of Hank Bonecutter, general manager of WJZM 1400 AM radio station, and a comedian.

Proceeds from the July 20th show will go to benefit the Clarksville chapter of the American Red Cross, with proceeds going directly to the local chapter. “The great flood of 2010 not only devastated Clarksville, it also devastated the Red Cross facility on Riverside drive”, said Bonecutter, “While the flood waters have receded, during the flooding the local chapter of the Red Cross put a tremendous amount of their resources into our community, and they are still out there on the front lines helping families in need. So it was a no-brainer for us to do something to help them out, and so our next show is going to be for them”. «Read the rest of this article»

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