Music concerts kick off in Oak Ridge


Oak Ridge, Tenn. — The Oak Ridge Civic Music Association — home of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, Chorus and Chamber Music Series — is Celebrating Our Past, Enriching Our Future during its 2019–2020 75th anniversary season. Subscriptions are available now, with prices starting at $30 for a Young Adult Chamber Music Series subscription. YouthContinue reading “Music concerts kick off in Oak Ridge”

Safest Cities in Tennessee


BackgroundChecks.org Released Ranking of the Safest Cities in America, by State Nashville, Tenn.  BackgroundChecks.org has published its annual report on the safest cities in each U.S. state for 2019. At a time when fear and uncertainty course through the country, the Safest Cities report aims to shift the discussion towards commemorating the cities that haveContinue reading “Safest Cities in Tennessee”


Dear clients, Mundo Hispano’s team and I send our warmest wishes during Christmas time in 2016 and look forward to serving you better during 2017 Advertising $695 for Wyndham Great Smokies Lodge (Wilderness Water Parks) 2 Bed Rooms Deluxe (6/8 people) 9/1-9/4/2017 (4 days/3 nights on Labor’s day weekend; indoor and outdoor Water Park fun pools open)Continue reading

Panther Creek State Park 50-site campground re-opens on June 30


Tennessee State Parks celebrated the grand re-opening of the Panther Creek State Park 50-site campground on June 30 with state and local officials. The campground received upgrades to 50 amp electrical service, site improvements and new bathhouses. Wi-Fi will be installed at the park in the near future.  The 1,435-acre park is located on theContinue reading “Panther Creek State Park 50-site campground re-opens on June 30”

Aereolínea FRONTIER viene a Tennessee


La Aerolinea de bajo costo Frontier Airlines empezará abriendo Memphis como un nuevo punto de embarque en marzo de 2014. La primera fecha disponible en la página web de la aerolínea es el 7 de marzo. Se venderán pasajes ida y vuelta Memphis, TN – Denver, COLa aerolínea ofrecerá cuatro vuelos semanales sin escalas a DenverContinue reading “Aereolínea FRONTIER viene a Tennessee”

Nueva Compañía de Venta de Boletos de Avión y Bus


Los latinos de Tennessee proximamente contarán con los servicios altamente calificados de la compañía LATIN TOURS que viene con muchas ganas de servir las necesidades de los viajeros de Tennessee. “Estamos expandiendo nuestros servicos hacia Tennessee y Georgia”, dice Oscar Mauricio Gamero, propietario de Latin Tours. ” Esperamos brindar el servivio que los latinos seContinue reading “Nueva Compañía de Venta de Boletos de Avión y Bus”

Reece Museum to reopen in April


 JOHNSON CITY – Closed for repairs since 2011, East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum will reopen next month with a renewed appearance and a renewed focus on regional art, history, culture and research.  The building, which housed ETSU’s library in the 1920s, has undergone an extensive two-year, $1.7 million renovation, including a new HVAC systemContinue reading “Reece Museum to reopen in April”

Bluegrass Album Band Reunites For FREE Concert Saturday, May 18, 2013 In Sevierville, TN


Sevierville, Tenn. – January 9, 2013 – Iconic bluegrass supergroup Bluegrass Album Band will reunite in Sevierville, Tenn. for a free concert on Saturday, May 18, 2013 during the city’s ninth annual Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass festival (May 17-18, 2013). This will be a rare opportunity to see the group perform together, as their last LIVE performanceContinue reading “Bluegrass Album Band Reunites For FREE Concert Saturday, May 18, 2013 In Sevierville, TN”

Estado de Emergencia en Tennessee


Published in English and Spanish Este anuncio está publicado en Inglés y en Español (Nashville, TN) El Estado de Tennessee ha declarado estado de emergencia, desde las 4 pm del dia 15 de enero, debido a la lluvia helada y condiciones de hielo en el Oeste y Centro de Tennessee . También existe la posibilidadContinue reading “Estado de Emergencia en Tennessee”

EL PRESIDENTE OBAMA VIAJARÁ A COLORADO


CHICAGO – Hoy, Obama for America anunció que el Presidente Obama hará un recorrido de dos días por Colorado. El miércoles, 8 de agosto, el presidente viajará a Denver y Grand Junction para asistir a eventos de campaña y el jueves, 9 de agosto, viajará a Pueblo y Colorado Springs para asistir a eventos deContinue reading “EL PRESIDENTE OBAMA VIAJARÁ A COLORADO”

Gana una entrada para dos, es gratis!


UD. podria recibir una entrada gratuita para Ud y un acompanante y visitar sin costo uno de los siguientes museos en Tennessee: (Usted necesita una direccion de correos electronico y llenar un formulario. Para llenar el formulario visite la pagina de interenet del Museo Smithsoniano apretando sobre la palabra ‘visite’)   American Museum of Science and EnergyContinue reading “Gana una entrada para dos, es gratis!”

PARKS DEPARTMENT SEARCHING FOR CITY’S CHRISTMAS TREE


Nashville, Tennessee — Metro Parks is asking for your help in finding the perfect tree to serve as the centerpiece for the city’s holiday season.   Metro Parks’ Horticulturalist Randall Lantz said the city is looking for a “30 to 40-foot Norway Spruce that looks good from all angles.  We would very much like toContinue reading “PARKS DEPARTMENT SEARCHING FOR CITY’S CHRISTMAS TREE”

The Great Outdoors, a place to connect with God


 Dandridge, Tenn.— Sherman Oaks Ampitheater is the chosen venue for the two-day outdoor Christian Music Festival scheduled for September 2011. On September 17–18, the Sherman Oaks Campgroundslocated at 1601 E. Hwy 25/70 in Dandridge will present performances of Award Winning Christian Music Artists Soul Sister Sally, Lara Landon, Logan Gillen, UR1, First Flight Out, Among theContinue reading “The Great Outdoors, a place to connect with God”

Gran exposición artistica en el aeropuerto McGhee Tyson


KNOXVILLE.–La Alianza para el Arte y la Cultura del Gran Knoxville y la Autoridad del Aeropuerto Metropolitano de Knoxville (McGhee Tyson Airport) anuncian una convocatoria para participar en la próxima exposición con jurado “Arte en el Aeropuerto”. La exposición permitirá a los artistas de la región competir y mostrar sus trabajos en el aeropuerto, unoContinue reading “Gran exposición artistica en el aeropuerto McGhee Tyson”

AUTORIDADES DE RESCATE PIDEN A LOS RESIDENTES RETARDAR SUS VIAJES ESTA NOCHE


NASHVILLE.- La tormenta de nieve y las muy bajas temperaturas en Tennessee Central están ocacionando muchos choques y la ayuda viene pero con bastante retraso, según reportes de la Policía Metropolitana de Nashville.   ENGLISH The Metropolitan Police Department is urging all Nashvillians to stay off the city’s roadways, including the major thoroughfares, for theContinue reading “AUTORIDADES DE RESCATE PIDEN A LOS RESIDENTES RETARDAR SUS VIAJES ESTA NOCHE”

LIVELY NEW EXHIBIT AT RIPLEY’S AQUARIUM OF THE SMOKIES


African Black Footed Penguins to March in March GATLINBURG, Tenn. – Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies has announced the opening of “Ripley’s Penguin Playhouse,” a new indoor/outdoor multi-million dollar habitat featuring a colony of African Black Footed Penguins. The exhibit is scheduled to open in March of 2010. The 4,000-square-foot exhibit features a habitat thatContinue reading “LIVELY NEW EXHIBIT AT RIPLEY’S AQUARIUM OF THE SMOKIES”

11,000 Documents SharesTennessee History


Evidence of Tennessee’s rich history — pictures of schoolchildren from the Depression, police notes on the 1968 assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., sheet music poking fun at the teaching of evolution from the time of the 1925 Scopes monkey trial, and documents from Civil War battles — have been gathered together forContinue reading “11,000 Documents SharesTennessee History”

Tennessee State Parks present Special Exhibits


By Eddie Rojas Sycamore Shoals Annual Siege at Fort Watauga — May 15-16 It’s 1776 and the Colonies are in the throes of Revolution and the frontier is in a state of chaos. Cherokee are being armed by the British and threaten to attack the settlements. Come see how the settlers of the Watauga Valley defended theirContinue reading “Tennessee State Parks present Special Exhibits”

STATE PARK RESTAURANTS CELEBRATE FATHER’S DAY ON SUNDAY, JUNE 15


TREAT DAD TO A DELICIOUS BUFFET AT ONE OF EIGHT STATE PARK RESTAURANTS Nashville, Tenn. – There’s no better way to express your love and appreciation than to take dad out for a delicious meal amongst the beauty of Tennessee State Parks this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 15. Tennessee State Parks invite you to spendContinue reading “STATE PARK RESTAURANTS CELEBRATE FATHER’S DAY ON SUNDAY, JUNE 15”

Exhibitor Booths Give Businesses and Organizations Exposure to Thousands


Knoxville, Tenn. (June 12, 2008) – Limited time remains to reserve a booth at the 89th Tennessee Valley Fair. Excellent booth spaces are available for lease in the air conditioned Jacob’s Building for as little as $360 for all 10 days of the Fair. <!– @page { size: 8.5in 11in; margin: 0.79in } P {Continue reading “Exhibitor Booths Give Businesses and Organizations Exposure to Thousands”

SUMMER MOVIE MAGIC IN KNOXVILLE


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Summer Movie Magic, the annual classic film series at the historic Tennessee Theatre presented by AT&T Real Yellow Pages with support from the News Sentinel, kicks off the 2008 season on June 22, with screenings of Thunder Road and festivities celebrating the film’s 50th anniversary including the attendance of James Mitchum, ThunderContinue reading “SUMMER MOVIE MAGIC IN KNOXVILLE”

LOUIE BLUIE MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL


A Celebration of the Life of Howard Armstrong CARYVILLE, Tenn. – The Campbell Culture Coalition will be hosting the Second Annual Louie Bluie Festival to celebrate the life of Howard Armstrong from 11a.m. to 9 p.m. on June 14 at beautiful Cove Lake State Park. Admission is free. The Festival prides itself on offering a diverse presentation ofContinue reading “LOUIE BLUIE MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL”

FIGHTING FOR THE HEARTLAND


FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The 2008 Symposium, “Fighting for the Heartland!” takes place June 19-21 in Franklin. It provides an engaging exploration of the Civil War story in Middle Tennessee from 1862 to 1864 and enhances the understanding of the War’s significance. Supported by the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area, the Symposium features expert guidesContinue reading “FIGHTING FOR THE HEARTLAND”

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S PUBLIC BUS TOUR SET FOR SUMMER SEASON


Visitors Get the Best of Oak Ridge “Then” and “Now” OAK RIDGE, Tenn. – The Department of Energy’s 2008 Oak Ridge Facilities Public Bus Tour began June 2 and will continue through September 5, offering visitors a first-hand look at the DOE facilities located on the Oak Ridge Reservation. The DOE Public Tour program beganContinue reading “DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S PUBLIC BUS TOUR SET FOR SUMMER SEASON”

OAK RIDGE WINS GOLD HERMES CREATIVE AWARD FOR WEB SITE DESIGN


OAK RIDGE, Tenn. – Hermes Creative Awards recently announced winners for the 2008 international awards competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional and emerging media. Among the winners was the Oak Ridge Convention & Visitors Bureau (ORCVB), winner of the Gold Award for the revamped http://www.OakRidgeVisitor.com Web site thatContinue reading “OAK RIDGE WINS GOLD HERMES CREATIVE AWARD FOR WEB SITE DESIGN”