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Lipscomb Cinematic and Theatre Arts programs join to create mini-web series

Lipscomb’s Cinematic and Theatre Arts programs are working together to create “Drama Major,” a mini-web series that will showcase students both in front of and behind the camera. Read the full story

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Summer Celebration offers entertainment for all ages

Summer Celebration — Lipscomb’s annual lectureship that for more than 85 years has brought thousands of people to Lipscomb for three days of art, music, films and spiritual programming — has returned. Read the full story

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‘Inside Out’ might be best movie of entire summer

I knew from the instant I saw the trailer that this movie was either going to be excellent or terrible. Read the full story

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Nashville Symphony visits Bison Square with sounds from around world

The sounds of Bison Square ranged from children bowing their first note on a violin to professional musicians playing overtures and dances from composers all around the world Tuesday night.
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‘Insidious 3′ is scary as can be

I can be spontaneous sometimes. Read the full story

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‘Pitch Perfect 2′ is nothing new

I remember three years ago when a former voice coach gave me two free passes to see some movie called Pitch Perfect. I passed, thinking that it looked incredibly stupid and would probably bomb at the theaters.  Read the full story

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