Deadline for entry is Jan. 28. Email your plans and other information to firstname.lastname@example.org or send to Ms. Cheap, 1100 Broadway, Nashville, 37203.
Available2Adopt BO stopped by Nfocus Nashville today and got some snuggle time with one of our Celebrity Walkers, Nancy Floyd! Presented by Pedigree US, The 8th Annual Unleashed: Dinner With Your Dog, benefiting Nashville Humane Association, will be held Saturday, January 27th, 2018 at Hutton Hotel’s Grand Ballroom starting at 6:30pm. Hosted by Kelly Sutton and Woody Wood, Unleashed will feature a full course dinner, dessert, and cocktails along with the signature Available2Adopt Doggie’s walking down the catwalk. The Unleashed runway features lovable dogs of all shapes and sizes currently available for adoption from NHA guided by Nashville celebrities, friends and supporters. Each of our UNLEASHED Celebrity Walkers is Challenged to Raise at least $1,000, with a winner taking "Barking Rights" for this year's event. Please Follow this link to Donate / Support your Favorite Walker: https://www.crowdrise.com/UnleashedDinnerWithYourDog?lang=en-us Nashville Humane Association is committed to the mission of finding responsible homes for animals, controlling pet overpopulation and promoting the humane treatment of animals. To purchase tickets to Unleashed, please visit www.nashvillehumane.org THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Local anglers will get that unique opportunity on Jan. 16 when pro Mike DelVisco, who currently fishes on the Bassmaster Open Tour, leads a Bass Byte Fishing Seminar from 6-8 p.m. at The Tennessean on 1100 Broadway.
...month. Meanwhile, the recently completed $78 million Gulch Crossing office building is tied with the 1201 Demonbreun office building, still under construction, for the most expensive office space in the city at...
A groundbreaking is also scheduled Saturday for a 23-story, 591-room Hyatt Regency hotel planned for 10th and Broadway where the former LifeWay Christian Store once operated, which is part of Nashville Yards.
O'Connell was among those attending a groundbreaking ceremony held around the implosion at Union Station for a 23-story, 591-room Hyatt Regency hotel planned for 10th and Broadway where the former LifeWay Christian Store once operated that is part of Nashville Yards.