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AP and the Gulf Oil Spill

June 14, 2010

Crisis in the Gulf: 'This is going to be worse than Katrina'

The Associated Press has deployed more than 50 reporters, photographers and videographers to the scene of the worst oil spill in U.S. history.

Click here for The Associated Press' complete coverage of the Gulf Coast oil spill crisis.

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The "Friday Night Air" summer concert series continues Friday at the Spirit Broadband amphitheater in downtown Crossville with the City Lites Band.

  • 'Friday Night Air' features City Lites

    The “Friday Night Air” summer concert series continues Friday at the Spirit Broadband amphitheater in downtown Crossville with the City Lites Band. They are a very popular four-piece band from Crossville that has performed throughout Tennessee and the Southeast for more than three decades. Their lineup features Marty Gibson on guitar and vocals, Flavy Miller on bass and vocals, Glenn Holverson on saxophones and Wade England on drums. The song list includes a wide variety of musical styles from swing, country, '50’s and '60’s, rock and more. Something for everyone to enjoy! The performance is free to the public and begins at 6 p.m. and is sponsored by the Historic Palace Theatre and the city of Crossville.

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