Arts & Culture

As a way to get acquainted with MTSU’s veterans, one of the university’s newest hires wants to have “roll call” meetings.

Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber, who recently retired from the U.S. Army after nearly 40 years of service, became MTSU senior adviser for veterans and leadership initiatives Jan. 26.

To meet MTSU’s veterans and their families, Huber plans to hold two upcoming town hall meetings in the Tom H. Jackson Building’s Cantrell Hall on the west side of campus. They will be held:

• From 11:30 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. Monday, March 2; and

TSSAA basketball tournaments are as reliable as daffodils popping up each March in Tennessee, and so are the traffic changes they make necessary around MTSU.

The TSSAA High School Basketball Tournaments — March 4-7 for the girls and March 11-14 for boys — will cause changes in parking and traffic patterns on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University, which is again hosting the events.

As a result, motorists should be aware of several factors affecting roads and parking.

Best snow day ever? Ask 200-plus young Midstate innovators who spent their morning at MTSU's 23rd annual Invention Convention Feb. 26 for their top four reasons:

Needing hundreds of employees for their first season in a new ballpark, the Nashville Sounds have added Goodwill to their lineup, hoping for a home run.

The Goodwill Career Solutions center at 780 Berry Road in Nashville will host a job fair from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, for the Nashville Sounds and Centerplate at the Nashville Sounds, which are seeking to fill 250-300 game-day positions at the new First Tennessee Park downtown.

Van Eaton Galleries,  one of the world’s premier animation artwork and collectible galleries located in Sherman Oaks, California has announced a vast array of sensational tourist photos from Disneyland’s past. In addition, the gallery has highlighted a large assortment of vintage tourist-related souvenirs, games, toys and collectibles from the famous park bearing Walt Disney’s name.