A stroke in April 2015 stilled the amazingly gifted hands of local artist-woodcarver Les Vanhook.
Justin B. Bradford, a 2008 graduate of Cumberland University, has turned his love for hockey into a hobby and part-time career. We will sign copies of his new book, "Nashville Predators: The Making of Smashville," on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 6 until 7 p.m. in CU's Vise Library.
A couple of parents are concerned that an article in Wednesday’s edition of The Wilson Post regarding the banning of a particular book by the Wilson County Board of Education might have led to some confusion.
Kelly Newton, a Mt. Juliet resident, has written a book, her first, called Embracing a Spirit of Giving, and will be signing copies of it at the Home for the Holidays event to be held Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Mt. Juliet Community Center in Charlie Daniels Park.
Fans of Al Ashworth’s The True Manchurian can expect even more thrills in the second installation of the trilogy, The True Manchurain: Prodigal Son, which will be released at the upcoming Oktoberfest, sponsored by Wilson Bank & Trust, Oct. 19-20.
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