There's really no better place to spend the weekend with your family than at I-40 Motor Cross in Lenoir City.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
I-40 Motor Cross is a place you'll love to visit, so don't wait around, give them a call today!
Want something more than just a weekend out at the bars? Oak Ridge's Oak Ridge Academy of Dance offers the perfect theater to shake your weekend up.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
This cozy shop is filled with all manner of beads, strings, and semiprecious stones for crafty customers to fashion into jewelry. The supplies instantly stimulate project ideas, such as turning lengths of wire and pieces of amethyst into earrings, or threading beads into personalized bracelets. The resident stringers also offer individual and group classes, which teach students how to make a variety of trinkets, from chain mail to peyote star earrings and invisibility rings.
When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Gotham Dream Cars Denver in Lenoir City for some fun.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Gotham Dream Cars Denver is a place you'll love to visit, so don't wait around, give them a call today!
In an interview with NPR Sergeant Derek Pacifico didn’t have any trouble listing common inaccuracies on TV cop shows. He pointed out that the officers never touch the crime scene, nor do the suspects often invoke the right to remain silent. The sergeant should know—as a 22-year vet of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, he’s worked on nearly 200 homicide investigations.
To help writers get their facts straight, Derek created Crime Writers Consultations. At his two-day Writers' Homicide School, adapted from curricula for actual homicide detectives, Derek covers everything from accurate interrogation techniques to authentic police dialogue. Derek also provides more individual assistance, consulting novelists and screenwriters over the phone to help them develop their fictions realistically. He even stops by TV and film sets to assist with particular scenes and to make sure the TV sheriffs' badge props are shiny enough.