What do “Ghostbusters,” “The Love Bug” and “The Blues Brothers” have in common? More than likely, the answer is not much, but at Rusty’s TV & Movie Car Museum in Jackson, the flicks’ iconic automobiles rest together, ready for tours from children and traveling fanatics. [more]
Twice a week, three to six Union students teach art and reading to children living at the Dream Center — a shelter for women and children located on Old Hickory Boulevard. The focus of the program is not simply to teach art and reading, but to love the children and see them grow.
Since the development of electronic devices, our lives have changed significantly. We live and breathe technology. Libraries are working toward giving more people the ability to read books on their electronic devices by turning their books into “soft copies.”
A Minnesota woman named Jammie Thomas-Rasset, 33, recently learned once again that big record companies mean business when they say not to steal or reproduce their content. Thomas-Rasset was recently ordered by the courts to pay $62,500 per song. [more]
Along the shore of Tamarama Beach in New South Wales, Australia, beachgoers can view a 38-by-20-foot wooden sculpture. The piece was designed thousands of miles away by Union University sculptor and chair of Union’s Department of Art, Lee Benson. [more]
The familiar melodies of Sinatra and Arlen permeated the halls of the Penick Academic Complex on Nov. 30, as the Jazz Band recreated America’s signature sound. The 19-member ensemble invited the audience to sing along as they performed jazz standards. [more]
People walking down the corridor of the second floor of Jennings Hall from 4–5 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays will catch the sound of bells faintly ringing into a song. “Nice and gentle,” said Dr. Joshua Veltman, to the members of the handbell choir. [more]