Monthly Archives: September 2015

Media producer brings fiction, fact to life with iconic deep voice


With a rich, sonorous bass voice that can drop down to a basso profundo rumble, Rodney Rastall of east Memphis was born to do those solemn “In a world …” movie voice-overs.But the veteran media producer also direct, shoots, edits, writes, acts and sings. He enjoys end-to-end production of corporate videos, voicing lighthearted promotional video […]

Houston freshman invited to golf championship in France


Since an early age, Jayna Choi, now a freshman at Houston High School, commanded attention for her prodigious golfing ability.Her parents, Kwang and Myung Choi immigrated from South Korea. Choi’s father works for FedEx IT and her mother is a flutist. As for golf? Jacob Choi, her older brother is a sophomore at Baylor University, […]

First phase of GAC renovations approved


The Germantown Athletic Club will soon get a $1.45 million facelift. The city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen has approved the first phase of the club’s renovation project, which will be fully funded by revenue generated by the club.The club, which has more than 13,000 members, will see improvements in the customer service area, the […]

Congressman Fincher will host Military Academy Day at Houston

Stephen Fincher

All West Tennessee middle and high school students interested in U.S. Military Service Academies are encouraged to attend the annual 8th District Military Academy Day on Sept. 19 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Houston High School, 9755 Wolf River Blvd. in Germantown.Congressman Stephen Fincher will be joined by representatives, alumni and current Cadets […]