Assistant United States attorney and passionate advocate Sara Beth Myers is making her mark on Nashville through her nonpartisan organization AWAKE. Meet our newest FACE of Nashville and find out more about the topic she’s discussing at Conversations at OZ next week.
Happily Grey, the new home and fashion store from influencer Mary Lawless Lee, opens tomorrow in Nashville and we couldn’t be more excited. Find out more about the store from Mary and get an exclusive sneak peek!
There’s a world of unique self-care treatments just waiting to help you take your pampering to the next level! From an infrared sauna to an exotic, healing Ayurvedic massage, we’re highlighting a few intriguing options to consider trying this year.
Do you want to feel more empowered? Small but mighty, some words we use on a daily basis have a profound effect on how others perceive us — and we’re all “guilty” of using them.
Even an almost-botched marriage proposal and a wedding dress mishap couldn’t keep Ellen and Matt Boker from letting Southern hospitality whisk them away on their wedding day!
It may only be January, but 2020 is already shaping up to be an inspiring year … especially as building and design trends go. We consulted some of our favorite local experts, and asked them to weigh in on what we can look forward to this year!
Merging her passion for education and giving survivors a voice, Devora Fish is using her position as the Director of Education at the Tennessee Holocaust Commission to build social tolerance and inspire students and teachers alike.
As we head toward the new year with thoughtful reflections of days gone by, we’ve asked some of our local design and building experts to share some of their favorite projects from 2019.
A silversmith with an affinity for pigs and her Southern heritage, Helen Bransford is an enchanting, Nashville-born jewelry designer with wonderful stories to tell … and wait until you find out who’s sleeping on her sofa!
For some of our Nashville neighbors, the “gift of giving” means the difference between starving or having a healthy meal. Thanks to Kroger’s $5,000 Zero Hunger | Zero Waste giveaway, we’re spotlighting three Nashville nonprofits who are addressing local food insecurities.