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Wallace and the jar

Wallace Stevens was an American poet with a strong sense of imagination. He believed that reality was an activity, not a static object. Perhaps that’s why he tried to preserve things in jars? 56 fler ord


Old Man, Gym: An Exercise in Small Talk

”Hey, there! It’s great to see you!”

”Hello, hello! You, too. You, too. Where is everybody?”

”Well, let’s see…”

”I guess it is a little early, still.” … 997 fler ord


Kolby & Sarah |Holy Spirit You Are Welcome Here | Nashville, Tennessee Wedding and Engagement Photographer

The theme: Holy Spirit you are welcome here. 

I see this as the theme of Kolby and Sarah’s wedding because their wedding was filled with prayer and every detail these two wanted the gospel, the goodness, the glory and the love of the Lord to be evident. 199 fler ord

Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate up in September

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Tennessee’s preliminary unemployment rate for September has risen in the state’s latest reports.

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development said Thursday that the preliminary rate for September was 4.6 percent, up two-tenths of a percentage point from August’s revised rate of 4.4 percent. 89 fler ord


Tennessee fan’s family uses obituary to cite Vols as contributor in fan’s death

The Tennessee Volunteers have given their fans plenty of exhilarating moments so far this season, and one family decided to take a lighthearted shot at the Vols in an obituary for a family member. 110 fler ord


Commission Blocks Plan to Move Statue of KKK Leader From Downtown Memphis

(GATLINBURG, Tenn.) — The Tennessee Historical Commission is blocking a plan by Memphis city leaders to move a statue honoring a Confederate general and early Ku Klux Klan leader out of the downtown area. 191 fler ord

Show Your School Spirit With A Window Display!

Fall is here, and in the South that means one thing; football season. There’s no better way to tell your customers what team you’re on than a large print window display. 129 fler ord