Unleashed: Dinner With Your Dog To Benefit The Nashville Humane Association

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The Nashville Humane Association will be hosting its third Annual Unleashed: Dinner with Your Dog on Saturday, January 26, 2013. […]

Nashville Lifestyle’s 9th Annual Music In The City To Benefit W.O. Smith Music School

Edens Edge this past May at the Academy of Country Music Awards. (Photo Credit: Jason Merritt, Getty Images)

Nashville is a destination for countless country-artist-wannabes set on succeeding in the cut-throat music industry and fulfilling their recording artist dreams. Combine that spirit and raw talent and you’ve got the essence of Nashville–a city running on hope, entertainment and a whole lotta love. […]

Charitable And Stylish Holiday Gifts 2012: Nashville

Kayce Hughes store in The Hill Center opened November 30, 2012 (Photo Credit: Kayce Hughes Facebook)

Shop locally this holiday season to support some of Nashville’s best boutiques and gift stores. Not only will you please everyone on your gift list, but you’ll also score unique, stylish finds that you can only find here in Music City. Here are our top 10 favorite gift destinations this year. Happy shopping!

 

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Edley’s Bar-B-Que In Nashville

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What can make a vegetarian cheat on their diet? At least for one day?

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Edley’s BBQ on 12th South. The minute you step into this booming, yet humble, hot spot, the aroma of southern delicacy wraps itself around you like an old friend you’ve missed all too long. And if […]

Sam’s Sports Grill In Nashville

Sam's Sports Grill

As a classy girl with a passion for football, I’m always trying to find a fun sports bar with good food and a homey environment. I’m sick of the same old franchised sports bars, but I’ve also sworn to never step foot into the run-down joints that smell of beer and cigarettes. Luckily for […]

Nashville Designer Jeff Garner Of Prophetik

Jeff Garner of Prophetik

Art, fashion, music and the au’ natural—these are all things that certainly fit well together. But often, they become mutually exclusive to each other. There are artists, designers, musicians and the eco-friendly, but it’s hard to find all of those things in one place. Well here in Nashville, we have a designer who incorporates […]

Full Moon Pickin’ Parties In Nashville To Benefit Warner Parks

Full Moon Pickin Parties for Warner Parks

If you’re gonna play in Tennessee, you gotta have a fiddle in the band. At least that’s what the Friends of Warner Park suggest for their 11th season of Full Moon Pickin’ Parties. Pickers form circles under the trees and around the grounds performing and jamming while several headliners are featured on stage.

Now Playing Nashville Brings Musical Variety To Centennial Park this Fall

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Whether you are into jazz, contemporary, inspirational, or fresh acoustical music, there will be a tune for you every Saturday at Centennial Park from September 1 – October 27, 2012. Sponsored through Now Playing Nashville, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, the organization promotes a variety of sounds and venues for […]

Tennessee Association of Craft Artists Fair In Centennial Park

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If you have never been to one of the annual craft fairs by the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (TACA),then you have missed a unique, fun experience.

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The organization has over 200 artisans from areas all over the country that are chosen to participate in the fair at Centennial Park […]

Nashville’s Frist Center For The Visual Arts Hosts Quilt Exhibit For One More Weekend

Thornton Dial (Photo Credit: Birmingham News)

Tales of the rural South are told through the works of Gee’s Bend and Thornton Dial at The Frist Center for the Visual Arts in the museum’s Creation Story exhibit. Quilts made by the women of Gee’s Bend, a small rural community southwest of Selma, Ala., work harmoniously with the self-taught master of assemblage […]

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