3rd Annual MAFIAoZa’s Nashville Beer Festival To Benefit Nashville Humane Association


Autumn is upon us and beer is in the air! Or rather, it will be in your hand if you plan on attending the 3rd Annual MAFIAoZa’s Nashville Beer Festival on October 5. If the primary sponsor for this year’s event is any indication of the quality of food and alcohol you will be […]

Nashville’s Matt Jackson Is Taking Action


Matt Jackson (Photo Credit: Ceaser Photography)

You know you are in the presence of someone uniquely special when only minutes pass into an interview and you find yourself becoming so captivated by the subject you stop writing things down and start racking your brain on how to be a better person. Yep, Matt […]

Recap: Nashville Whiskey Festival To Benefit Nashville Clean Water Project

Whiskey Festival 2013 (Photo Credit: Nashville Whiskey Festival Facebook Page)

Whiskey Festival 2013 (Photo Credit: Nashville Whiskey Festival Facebook Page)

Patrons of all ages (over 21, of course) gathered at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Saturday for the Grand Tasting event of the Nashville Whiskey Festival. The Festival was a four-day event, starting with a whiskey cocktail competition,and ending with a […]

Recap: Wine On The River 2013 To Benefit Hands On Nashville

WOTR toast

(Photo Credit: Erin Gentry)

Dionysus himself, Greek god of the grapes, could not have planned a more perfect fall day for Saturday’s Wine on the River 2013, held on the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and benefiting local charity Hands on Nashville. Patrons of the sold-out event enjoyed the crisp 70-degree weather while sampling […]

Sister Cities Of Nashville Presents World Of Friendship Culinary Event

Photo Credit: www.scnashville.org

Sometimes you wish you could click your heels twice and be in another part of the world experiencing a new adventure. For those who can’t just up and leave at the moment, Sister Cities of Nashville is bringing the world to you through their Fifth Annual World of Friendship event on September 26 at […]

Night Of Freedom To Benefit Abolition International

(Photo Credit: Abolition International Website)

On Tuesday, September 17, Michael W. Smith and his wife Debbie will be hosting an event beneath the stars at Deer Valley Farm in Franklin, Tenn. Nashville’s Night of Freedom is a special night to raise awareness about human trafficking, and to celebrate hope and freedom for survivors of sex slavery.

Abolition […]

Wine On The River World Tour To Benefit Hands On Nashville

(Photo Credit:  Wine on the River Facebook page)

Autumn is in the air (well, maybe not in the air yet, but at least on the calendar) and Nashvillians in the know are pre-ordering tickets to the city’s ultimate September event – Wine on the River 2013. This 11th annual event will take place Saturday, September 14 from 3 – 7 p.m. […]

Sippin’ In September In Nashville To Benefit Women In Numbers

(Photo Credit: Women in Numbers Website)

(Photo Credit: Women in Numbers Website)

Fall is almost upon us, and what better way to ring it in than to enjoy a rooftop evening with friends for a great cause? On Thursday, September 12, Nashville-based organization Women in Numbers(WIN) will be hosting the posh rooftop networking event Sippin’ in September for young […]

Recap: National Women’s Survivors Convention In Nashville

Nashville Major, Karl dean, Co-Founder of WSA, Karen Shayne and Butch Spyridon President/CEO Nashville Convention & Vistors Bureau

Women of the NWSC rock out to The Little River Band (Photo Credit: NWSC Facebook Page)

The inaugural National Women’s Survivors Convention invaded Nashville’s Music City with a vision: “to transform survivorship from a mood into a movement by empowering, educating, and connecting women whose lives have been touched by cancer.” The convention […]

Recap: Red, White And Brew Fest 2013 In Nashville

The Flea Marketeers. Photo Credit: Dani Elliott

The Flea Marketeers. (Photo Credit: Dani Elliott)

You couldn’t have concocted a more beautiful day in your wildest dreams for the 2013 Red, White & Brew Fest than this past Saturday, August 24. With the sun shining bright in the waning afternoon of late summer, a breeze-filled pavilion with great food and drink, […]

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