NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Several people attended a celebration Saturday night to mark the last day of Kwanzaa. The celebration included, not only dancing and music, but poetry and art by local artists. All were used to showcase the many aspects of Kwanzaa including its seven principles.
"We want to take an opportunity to highlight those universal principles that all of us agree with and that all of us abide by. Principles like cooperative economics; cooperative principles like faith, creativity, unity and things of that nature. Those are things that everybody can agree on," said Marc Anthony Peek with the Village Cultural Arts Center.
The event at Village Cultural Arts Center is the largest Kwanzaa celebration in Middle Tennessee.
Wednesday, May 22 2013 12:04 AM EDT2013-05-22 04:04:23 GMT
by Chris Cannon DONELSON, Tenn. - Vietnam veterans were honored with red carpet treatment Tuesday night at the Grand Ole Opry. A marching band led the veterans through Opry Plaza and into the famed musicmore>>
Vietnam veterans were honored with red carpet treatment Tuesday night at the Grand Ole Opry.more>>