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?
News Arts Music Food Movies Calendar Guides Best of Santa Fe SFR Fun About By Iris McLister | 1 hour ago The first Indian Market (er, the first Southwest Indian Fair and Industrial Arts and Crafts Exhibition) was held in 1922, an effort of the Museum of New Mexico to promote tourism. Over time, it grew, and became independent of the museum—even developing its own nonprofit managing body, the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), which now works year-round to produce Indian Market. The event takes place over only a handful of days in August, but features around 1,000 artists in booths which fan out for 14 blocks' worth of downtown streets around the Market's longtime-nexus, the historic Santa Fe Plaza. It's the biggest fair of its kind in the world, and arguably the most prestigious; as one artist described it, Indian Market is the World Series of Native art shows. But deciding who gets to participate has long been troublesome, and … [Read more...] about Market Values
Cannes 2018: Rights to films are being bought and there's even a bidding war going on for a package Beatrice Verhoeven, provided by Published 6:05 am, Saturday, May 12, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Cannes Report, Day 4: Sales Market Heats Up, ‘355’ Sparks Bidding War, Jean-Luc Godard Is Back 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Most thought this would be a slow Cannes Film Festival, but we’re already on day four and movies have been bought, there’s a bidding war going on, and well, Jean-Luc Godard is back to mess with our heads. Saban Films picked up the rights to two movies in the last two days, while Bleecker Street and Netflix (the latter of which backed out of submitting any films for the competition) have also emerged as players in the market. Jessica Chastain’s female spy thriller “355” sparked a heated bidding war, with Universal emerging as the victor in an eight-figure deal. Also Read: … [Read more...] about Cannes Report, Day 4: Sales Market Heats Up, ‘355’ Sparks Bidding War, Jean-Luc Godard Is Back
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.