Entertainment briefs, Sept. 6
Terra State music department offers opportunities for local musicians
FREMONT — Terra State Community College’s Music Department has multiple avenues for local musicians to get involved.
For those with vocal talents, the choral society provides the stage for singing with other talented people.
The brass choir, concert band, jazz band, orchestra, chamber strings, percussion ensemble and flute choir are available for those who play brass, wind or percussion instruments.
Terra State also recently added new adjunct faculty members who are available for lessons for those who want to hone their musical skills.
For more information about the opportunities available in music at Terra State, call (419) 559-2153 or email email@example.com.
Motors N’ Music set for Sept. 29 in Tiffin
Reineke Family Dealerships are to host a car show and road rally 4-8 p.m. Sept. 29 at the East Tower, 109 Jefferson St.
Proceeds are to benefit ReClaim It! and the East Green Summer Concert Series.
The Motors N’ Music Car Show has a registration fee of $15, which includes raffle tickets, a commemorative T-shirt and dash plaque.
The road rally is to begin at 5:30 p.m. which takes car show participants on a scenic journey through the countryside and Tiffin.
Trophies are to be awarded at the conclusion of the car show, followed by a concert at East Green featuring The Right Now.
For more information or to register, visit www.reinekecarshow.com.
Subscription-free streaming for NFL games this season
NEW YORK (AP) — The good news for football fans: It’s going to be much easier to watch NFL games online this year.
The league finally is dropping a requirement that viewers sign in with a cable or satellite subscription, in hopes of expanding its online audience at a time when TV ratings are declining. Though there are restrictions — no free streaming on smart TVs, for instance — the move marks a significant departure for sports. Other major professional leagues still require TV subscriptions for hometown teams.
The subscription-free games are to be available on the NFL app and the Verizon-owned Yahoo Sports, Tumblr and AOL apps in the U.S. On iPhones and iPads, the games also can be streamed on the Safari web browser.