This month on Urban Outlook:
IBFF / Fine Arts Consortium
Airs September 4, 6, 7, 18, 20, 21
Learn about this year's International Black Film Festival on Urban Outlook.
Executive director Hazel Joyner Smith and Ingrid Brown talk about the growth of this year's festival and what you can expect when it hits the TSU campus in October. Plus, Eugenia Sweeney talks about the Fine Arts Consortium of Nashville and discusses the importance of making the arts accessible to children.
For more information on the International Black Film Festival of Nashville, visit www.ibffnashville.com. The 2008 festival will be October 15-19 at the TSU Avon Williams Campus.
For more information on the Fine Arts Consortium, call (615) 573-8481 or e-mail them at FineArtsConsortium@yahoo.com. They have a workshop called "'Spress Yourself" coming in October to the Northwest YMCA.
Investment & Real Estate in Economic Downturn
Airs September 11, 13, 14, 25, 27, 28
Get helpful tips and advice for dealing with the economic downturn on this edition of Urban Outlook. Lee Molette from Molette Investment Services talks about the importance of investing and planning for your financial future, even when things are tough. And he offers practical advice anyone can use to get started. Plus, Crye-Leike realtor Denise J. Beard shares important information about the Housing Rescue Bill passed by Congress this year. Learn if you are eligible to take advantage of the new program, and get her take on the real estate market here in Nashville.
For more information on Molette Investment Services, visit their website at www.moletteinvestmentservices.com or call them at (615) 627-0968. They are located at 1506 Church St. Suite 230 in Nashville.
Denise J. Beard has more information on the housing bill on her website at www.denisejbeard.com.