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Breaking out in song

The sunsets this past week have really been beautiful.  They inspire me to walk out into God’s great cathedral and praise Him for His goodness.  Occasionally an old song that I didn’t even remember that I knew, will well up.  83 more words

What's In Valerie June's Bag? 10 Picks That Might Surprise You

One of the dopest singers to come out of Tennessee, Valerie June, goes shopping in the Amoeba Music store in San Fransisco and explains her reasoning behind each of her interesting picks. 109 more words


Stone-Campbell Journal Conference paper competition open for submission

The Fourteenth Annual Student Paper Competition of the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference is asking for entries before the Dec. 15, 2018 deadline.

The 2019 contest is open to undergraduate juniors and seniors, and graduate MA/MDiv. 182 more words


Mount LeConte Take 2

Mount Leconte is one of the most popular trails in the whole Smoky Mountains. It is the third highest mountain and you can spend the night at the top. 829 more words


Couple suing after appearance on Discovery's 'Street Outlaws Memphis'

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A couple who appeared on the Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws Memphis” is suing saying the producers of the show encouraged tense situations which nearly cost a man his life after a fight broke out. 552 more words


GOP Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn calls sexual assault accusation against Brett Kavanaugh a "smear"

Marsha Blackburn, the Republican nominee for U.S Senate from Tennessee, made known her thoughts on the sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, calling the accusation a “smear”: 302 more words


Bredesen ad touts gun rights support as NRA backs Blackburn

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen went clay shooting in a TV ad released after the National Rifle Association endorsed his Republican opponent, Marsha Blackburn. 121 more words