Make a standing appointment with your personal trainer as you’ll want to indulge a bit this year, starting with this list of Southern food festivals that are sure to whet your appetite!
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This exhibition is presented in honor of Marilyn Murphy, who will retire in 2017 after 37 years of teaching in the Department of Art at Vanderbilt University. Marilyn Murphy—Realism Subverted will feature paintings and drawings in which reality is turned upside down in dreamlike scenes with gravity-defying objects and figures diligently focused on a task.
As a sculptor, Alan LeQuire has always drawn and painted to sort out concepts prior to sculpting, he continues to discuss the relevance of drawing to his students, and he often draws or paints for fun, but rarely have we featured the work at LeQuire Gallery. Obviously best known for three dimensional work, the exhibit
Five women – three sisters, a granddaughter, a sister-in-law – sort through the attic of their recently departed family matriarch, in search of inspiration for her memorial service. They unearth trials and tears, love and laughter, and perform the music of iconic artists from Bessie Smith to Beyoncé. SISTAS traces the musical history of black
Life can be unpredictable sometimes. When things like divorce, death of a spouse or other unexpected situations arise, don’t be blind-sided. Be prepared! Especially for women, being able to function independently — both financially and emotionally — when these situations arise is a must! Being prepared is the key, and here’s a great place to
“The First And The Worst” featuring iconic singer/songwriters Rosanne Cash (“I Don’t Know Why You Don’t Want Me,” “Seven Year Ache”), Sonny Curtis (“I Fought The Law,” “I’m No Stranger To The Rain”), Frank Rogers (“I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song),” “Alright”) and Steve Wariner (“Long Necked Bottle,” “Holes In The Floor Of Heaven”).
The 2017 Nashville Lawn & Garden Show, Plant a Forest: Gardening for the Future, will be Thursday, March 2 – Sunday, March 5. The four day event features beautiful live gardens, free lectures, demonstrations, a floral design gallery, a vendor marketplace, special children’s activities plus a wine festival on Saturday all at The Fairgrounds. Show times are Thursday through Saturday 10
An annual Fundraiser held at The Nashville Farmers Market to benefit a small low profit Nashville School, Benton Hall Academy. An evening out in Downtown Nashville with live music, delicious local food, drinks and a silent auction. The School provides individualized education by addressing students’ unique learning styles, cultivating independent thought, and promoting the building
Volunteer at the third-annual Weed Wrangle®-Nashville on Saturday March 4, 2017. Volunteers will locate and uproot invasive plants at over twenty public parks and green spaces around the city including Warner Parks, Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, Greenways for Nashville, and Tennessee State Parks and Natural Areas. Weed Wrangle®-Nashville volunteers will learn, practice, and begin a
Bring back the glamour and laissez les bons temps rouler! Shindig Mafia hosts Nashville’s only turn-of-the-century Mardi Gras Masquerade in an 1840s mansion, featuring authentic New Orleans Hot Jazz. A life band and costume contest make a night you won’t want to miss! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mardi-gras-masquerade-tickets-31569852278
The Nashville Shakespeare Festival invites you to read every play Shakespeare wrote, out loud in a reading circle. Once a month, we will gather to read one of the works of William Shakespeare, beginning with the first play he wrote and ending with his last. We will be reading Shakespeare’s “All’s Well that Ends Well”
With spring’s arrival, there is a fresh new crop of March events. Get your calendar and closet ready with our March edition of “What to Wear.”
We’re taking the worry out of what to get your guy for Valentine’s. Here are some of our top selections from local stores.
From gifts for your Valentine to gifts for yourself, this month’s list is filled with great FINDS!
Is there a better time to indulge than at brunch? We think not!
Enjoy a simple set-up and memorable get together with this fondue party plan. You CAN do this! (May we suggest it for the Oscars, perhaps?!)
These Nashville chefs have a passion for pork, and today, they’re sharing some of their favorite pork recipes so we can all celebrate the swine. Image: Celladora Photography
As we age, our bodies change, and it can be difficult to talk about and understand exactly what is happening. Sometimes the changes are embarrassing, and yet they needn’t be — certain aging issues are quite common, and there’s comfort in knowing that we’re not going about this whole aging thing alone. With the average female
Can you survive sans smartphone? Dr. Hilarie Cash shows us the pitfalls of technology, as well as healthy boundaries to ensure you’re connecting with life, not just your device.
This winter calls for beauty products that brighten, moisturize and soften our bodies. Luckily for you (and us), we searched Nashville and found wholesome beauty products that will cure the winter blues.
Despite what seems to be an early arrival of spring, we are taking a moment to celebrate the beauty of winter and winter gardens.
Designer Em Lee took a fussy French home and infused it with bold color, contemporary art, lighting and warm antiques for a thoroughly modern look.
Does your living room feel incomplete? If it feels like something’s missing, try one of these fantastic suggestions from local design experts.
Artist and songwriter Mary Gauthier is gearing up for a memorable event with author Wally Lamb. But before then, she graciously took time to answer our questions and shared a bit of her experience in the music industry. Welcome Mary as today’s FACE of Nashville!
An impressive art collection and rich history keep drawing us back to Fisk University’s Carl Van Vechten Gallery.
Yes, it’s still February, but spring will be here before you know it, which means music festival season is right around the corner! Get out your camping gear and pack plenty of sunblock — here are the Southern festivals you need to check out!