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Titanic Museum owner explains difference in iceberg wall in Branson, Mo. from Tennessee attraction injuring 3

BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) - Three visitors suffered injuries after an iceberg wall at the Titanic museum in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. collapsed. Titanic has a similar museum in Branson on the 76 Strip. Both Titanic locations remain open. Titanic owner Mary Kellogg said the main difference in the two iceberg walls is the Branson wall is only a quarter of the size. Kellogg said extent of the guests injuries in Tennessee is unknown and they never would have expected an accident to happen.
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10 Historic Photos That Show Us What It Was Like Living In Tennessee In The 1900s

Tennesee’s history is vast and truly incredible, one that includes not only the inception of the United States but its split during the Civil War and its expansion during the 19th century. We’ve compiled a series of photographs from the TEVA, the Tennessee Virtual Archives, that highlight the photographic history of the state in the 1900s. From mountain hikes to grocery aisles, there’s something that’s bound to fascinate you below.
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Titanic Museum's Iceberg Wall Collapses, Injuring 3 Visitors in Tennessee

Three people were injured after an iceberg wall collapsed at a Titanic-themed museum in Tennessee on Monday, according to the museum's owners. Mary Kellogg Joslyn and John Joslyn, who own the Titanic Museum attraction in Pigeon Forge, wrote in a Facebook post that an accident occurred at the museum Monday night, leaving three visitors hospitalized.
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Iceberg Wall Collapse at Titanic Museum in Tennessee Hurts 3

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (AP) — The iceberg wall at the Titanic Museum Attraction in. collapsed and injured three guests, the museum’s owners said. Those harmed were taken to the hospital with unspecified injuries, Mary Kellogg Joslyn and John Joslyn wrote on the attraction’s Facebook page. “Needless to say, we never...
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Tennessee Theatre, Bijou Theatre receive millions in grants to recover from pandemic revenue loss

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Tennessee Theatre and Bijou Theatre have received the funding needed following COVID-19 related closures and restrictions that greatly impacted their revenue. Tennessee Theatre received $3,771,872.11, and Bijou Theatre received $1,083,198 through the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program. This program allows recipients to recoup expenses and recover...
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Tennessee Theatre and Bijou Theatre receive combined $4.8 million-plus in Shuttered Venue Operators Grant funding

Knoxville’s premier performing arts venues have received critical funding following closures and revenue-halting restrictions during the pandemic. Tennessee Theatre received $3,771,872.11, and Bijou Theatre received $1,083,198 through the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program, which provides emergency assistance for eligible venues and organizations affected by COVID-19. The grant allows recipients...
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Clay Walker’s New Album – Texas To Tennessee – Is About His Journey

Clay Walker‘s new album Texas To Tennessee is available now!. With a list of hits already on his country music resume, when it came to creating this new project, Clay says “Well, there’s a question that artists have to ask themselves whenever their going in to record music, new music , you know. If it’s new music, how new is it? What’s going to be new about it? And for me I had to ask myself, at this point in my career, what is it that I need to give the fans that I haven’t given them already.”
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Tennessee Wildlife Federation opens submissions for photo contest

Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, has opened submissions for its wildlife and landscape photo contest. Now in its seventh year, the contest collects and selects the most astounding professional and amateur photographs of the state of...
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