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art, music, and theater

American Legion Post 249 donates to BHS Band

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Bartlett’s Pride! Bartlett High’s band earns honors on Sept. 30

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Bartlett High School Marching Band brings home 4 honors

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‘Smoke on the Mountain’ cast introduced

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BPACC to welcome Jim Messina for concert

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Legendary singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and engineer Jim Messina comes to Bartlett on Wednesday, Sept. 20, for one performance. He will be onstage at the Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center at 7:30 p.m. Born in California and raised for part of his childhood in Texas, Messina was an influential figure in California’s budding country […]

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Eads pianist earns Five Year National Award

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Rose Guimera, 13, daughter of Don and Cora Guimera of Eads, has earned the Five Year National Award from the National Guild of Piano Teachers. She performed 10 memorized pieces each year for five years in Germantown’s Piano Guild Auditions, where she earned Superior Plus ratings. She received the Guild’s five-year pin and a porcelain […]

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BPACC announces Aug. 28 auditions for November musical

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Want to do some live acting on stage? You’ll be happy about the latest news from the Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center: The BPACC Little Theatre program launches this November. Auditions for the entertaining and touching musical comedy “Smoke on the Mountain” will be 6-8 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Center. Performance dates will […]

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Briarcrest art teacher presents at TN Arts Academy

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Briarcrest Middle School art teacher Melody Weintraub of Cordova presented a workshop this summer at the Tennessee Arts Academy Conference at Belmont University in Nashville. Her workshop, “Glamour Goggles to Steampunk: Transforming Science Goggles Into a Crazy Lesson on Sustainability,” involved upcycling and embellishing discarded safety goggles. She included three different lesson samples with the […]

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Donors sought for Ruby Wilson Scholarship Fund

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As the one-year anniversary nears for the passing of singer/actress Ruby Wilson, “The Queen of Beale Street,” a Ruby Wilson Scholarship Fund has been set up to help a new generation of female singers. Funds will be managed by the Soulsville Foundation, the Memphis-based nonprofit organization that operates and raises funding for the Stax Museum […]

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Patriots, Bartlett-style

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2 BHS students attend Governor’s School for the Arts

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Burch hosts mystery author Vickie Fee

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The Collierville Burch Library hosted author Vickie Fee on June 20 as she signed the third book in her mystery series, One Fete in the Grave. Fee moved from Memphis to Michigan a few years ago. She’s had to adjust to living under several feet of snow in the winter, but she keeps warm by […]

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