By Justin Stokes So the 2016 Summer Olympics technically don’t start until tomorrow, but Nashville got an early taste of the action last Friday. That was when the city had its “Breakfast of Champions” brunch event at the First Tennessee Park's
Do you ever wonder what your pets are up to when you leave the house? What kind of mischief do they get into? Wouldn’t it be great to be a fly on the wall while our pets have free reign of the house? The simple answer is, of course, yes.
Anyone who’s explored Nashville’s famous Music Row knows that there’s no better way to understand the city’s cultural identity. According to a new proposal from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the local Music Industry Coalition
By Casey Reed At Song Suffragettes, there are no boys allowed. They’re allowed in the audience, just not on stage. The weekly songwriter showcase at The Listening Room Cafe in SoBro is focused exclusively on female songwriters who want to
By Justin Stokes In Nashville, the term “notes” is instantly associated with music, and projects the image of pleasures to the ear. But notes made for the tongue into the masterful arrangement that is beer has made each sitting at the bar-top a