Mary Hance Nashville Tennessean Published 4:15 PM EDT Sep 21, 2018 To make the very most of the season, I have put together my annual Ms. Cheap Guide to Fall with things to do between now and Thanksgiving weekend. Everything in my guide is free. I hope it helps you to have a fabulous fall season of fun and interesting things for you, your family and friends to do on the cheap. 1. Symphony Free Day of Music The Nashville Symphony's 13th annual Free Day of Music will be Oct. 27 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The symphony will kick off the day with a full orchestra concert in the Laura Turner Concert Hall at 11 a.m., followed by free performances until 9 p.m. There will be 25 performers (everything from classical to rock and country) on four stages inside and outside the center. Acts include Nashville in Harmony, Nashville Salsa Machine and classical ensemble Chatterbird. In addition to music, there … [Read more...] about Events near me: Free things to do in Nashville this fall
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Thomas Heath, The Washington Post Published 11:17 am PDT, Friday, August 17, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Nicole Tung Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 A visitor sits beside a display of exchange rates at a foreign currency exchange store in Istanbul on Thursday. A visitor sits beside a display of exchange rates at a foreign currency exchange store in Istanbul on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Nicole Tung Could Turkey's financial crisis have a snowball effect on world markets? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Investors might be watching the financial crisis in Turkey and wondering: How could it affect me? An economic virus spreading outward from Turkey and through other markets is unlikely, experts say, but it could happen. In one scenario, European banks that had lent money in the Turkish public and private … [Read more...] about Could Turkey’s financial crisis have a snowball effect on world markets?
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Jerald Horrocks built a small farm market near Lansing in 1959. The rest is history. Nearly 60 years after Jerald Horrocks opened a modest farm market in Delta Township near Lansing, the business is a busy regional destination. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Rachel Greco, Lansing State Journal Published 7:00 a.m. ET May 10, 2018 | Updated 1:43 p.m. ET May 10, 2018 CLOSE Horrocks Farm Market has been in business 59 years and has become a regional destination, but how do its owners describe the market's unique offerings? Gannon Burgett, For the Lansing State Journal CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT … [Read more...] about Jerald Horrocks built a small farm market near Lansing in 1959. The rest is history.
Last Updated Mar 1, 2011 3:07 PM EST BMW has always been a premium brand, but that is likely to change -- at least with the company's electric cars. The Bavarian automaker is making a conscious effort to aim its new i3 battery electric at middle-class populations of the world's megacities. The i3 (formerly the Megacity Vehicle, or MCV) signals a significant departure for BMW -- and a welcome one. BMW has never gone after third world markets, but it has them in its sights with the i3. If electric cars catch on in the world's big cities -- admittedly a big if -- then BMW could become a high-volume player. BMW's Ulrich Kranz, who directs Project I (which laid the ground for the MCV) told me the company has spent the last four years studying the needs of the world's burgeoning megacities -- those with 10 million or more inhabitants) by visiting Shanghai, London, Tokyo and Los Angeles and studying driving habits. What is now the i3 grew out of that research. Like many other … [Read more...] about Behind BMW’s Big — and Hugely Risky — Attack on the Global Mass Market
Last Updated Apr 14, 2011 4:43 PM EDT General Motors (GM) sold more cars in China than in the U.S. in 2010, which explains why it's debuting its global 2013 Chevrolet Malibu in both New York and Shanghai next week. The Malibu is the top-selling GM vehicle in the U.S., and it's not surprising that the company wants to spread its popularity to as many markets as possible. The Malibu goes on sale early next year, in nearly 100 countries on six continents. There's a lot at stake here, because GM has never before tried to market a mid-sized car globally, and the Malibu will have to compete with hit-it-out-of-the-park world cars like the Toyota Camry and the Hyundai Sonata. The Asians excel in this segment, and the Germans are very competitive, too. Like the Cruze, only better? Consumer Reports in a recent head-to-head match-up. With that in mind, I hope GM avoids the mistake Volkswagen made when it stripped features out of another world car, the Jetta, to arrive at an attractive global … [Read more...] about New York Auto Show: World Malibu Debut is a Must-Win for GM