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Get a cheap jump on the holidays with free events and sales

The Arts Company, at 215 5th Ave. of the Arts N.,  is having a preview of the Fresh Art Holiday show 11...

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The First United Pentecostal Church's 34th Annual Holiday Flea Market, with homemade baked goods, crafts, trash and treasures and more, is 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday (Nov. 17-18) at the church at 7512 Charlotte Pike.

St. David's Episcopal Church is having its Best Ever Holiday Bazaar, with handmade Christmas wreaths, ornaments, decorations, lots of baked goods and casseroles and a silent auction. It is from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday at the church, 6501 Pennywell Dr.

Metro Animal Care and Control at 5125 Harding Place, is open seven days-a-week for adoption from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., with special evening hours on Thursday until 6 p.m.  

4 days ago

Country music and Nashville's honky-tonk row grew up together

...Music Hall of Fame in 2013, Smith said, from his perspective from the corner of Fourth Avenue and Broadway, it was yet another boon to the once-struggling area...

    Country music and Nashville's honky-tonk row grew up together
    Bachelorette parties, neon honky-tonks with window stages, and celebrity-driven restaurants reign supreme on Nashville's Lower Broadway these days. In the name of growth, construction cranes dot the city's skyline and historic buildings on Music Row are often threatened or lost to make way for new condo buildings as shiny as Carrie Underwood's Grammy Awards gown.
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4 days ago

Best Bets for things to do in Williamson County Nov. 17-19

The Factory at Franklin is located at 230 Franklin Road.

Harlinsdale Farm is located at 239 Franklin Road.

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Franklin Theatre is located at 419 Main St. Visit franklintheatre.com for tickets and more information. 

    Best Bets for things to do in Williamson County Nov. 17-19
    Ricky Skaggs and Gordon Kennedy will be special guests for an evening of American Roots music at the Rodeo & Juliet Show, Sunday, Nov. 19, at Franklin Theatre. Chris and Jan Harris will host multi-Grammy Award winners Skaggs and Kennedy as the country artists perform songs from their project "Mosiac."
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Nov 10

Local shops offer unique, handcrafted holiday gift and decorating options

Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road

    Local shops offer unique, handcrafted holiday gift and decorating options
    CLOSE The holiday season means it's time for decorating, tablescape making and present purchasing, which means 'tis the season for shopping! Sure, big box retail stores offer shelves and shelves of product options for eager elves to check off their shopping lists.
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Nov 09

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee ...

The theme of our #Bowl4KidsSake this year is "It only takes a Little to be a hero" - and that's true. But today we borrowed a couple of superheroes to deliver some bowling goodies to teams with our Developers Bowl next week! Thanks, Batman and Robin! www.tnbowling.org

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee
    The theme of our #Bowl4KidsSake this year is "It only takes a Little to be a hero" - and that's true. But today we borrowed a couple of superheroes to deliver some bowling goodies to teams with our...
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Nov 08

New Member Spotlight: Bricks Cafe

Bricks Cafe is located at 330 Franklin Road and is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday...

    New Member Spotlight: Bricks Cafe
    Purchased earlier this year by Susan Reynolds Stewart, Bricks has an upscale vibe with a laid-back and comfortable atmosphere that's perfect for any occasion, whether it's a business lunch or a casual family dinner. "From an age where I was able to climb into a chair, I grew up cooking with my grandmother and always had a true passion for food," says Reynolds Stewart.
    http://nashvilleoriginals.com

Nov 08

Nine condos added to SoBro hotel project, Indian restaurant Tandur also planned

A rendering of the dual-branded hotel project planned at Fifth and Peabody in SoBro.(Photo: Submitted)

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Separately, Patel is pursuing a 155-room Fairfield Inn & Suites at 29th and Poston, behind the Piggly Wiggly grocery store near Centennial Park. That project is pending final approval upon third reading at the Metro Council, which is now set for Nov. 21.

    Nine condos added to SoBro hotel project, Indian restaurant Tandur also planned
    Developer of dual-branded Tru by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel rising on former strip club and Subway restaurant sites to present revised plans to the Downtown Code Design Review Committee on Dec. 7. Developers with construction underway on a 10-story, 233-room dual-branded hotel at Fifth and Peabody in the area south of Broadway want to add nine condos to the project.
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Nov 08

Hotel Indigo Nashville gets OK for Printers Alley restaurant, music venue entrance

C.B. Ragland plans a hotel for property The Listening Room once occupied at 200 Molloy St.

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The Hotel Indigo Nashville at 301 Union St. wants to add an entrance on Printers Alley to improve access to The District Bar & Kitchen inside.(Photo: IHG)

    Hotel Indigo Nashville gets OK for Printers Alley restaurant, music venue entrance
    CLOSE New population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show the Nashville metro statistical area added 36,337 people during the one-year stretch that ended July 1, 2016, meaning the region grew by an average of 100 people a day over those 12 months. Wochit Developer C.B. Ragland Co.
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Nov 07

Homecoming activities begin Thursday with Lipscomb Honors, reunions

1 - 3 p.m. – Associated Women for Lipscomb Shopping Event at Hot Pink, Hot Pink, 231 Franklin Road in Brentwood. Purchase a $10 ticket from AWL for this private event and receive $10...

    Homecoming activities begin Thursday with Lipscomb Honors, reunions
    Lipscomb alumni from across the country will descend on campus this week for annual Homecoming festivities. Events begin Thursday, Nov. 9, and run through Sunday, Nov. 12. A variety of events for alumni of all ages is planned.
    https://www.lipscomb.edu

Nov 07

Made South Holiday Market 2017

230 Franklin Rd

    Made South Holiday Market 2017
    Friday, November 17th - Saturday, November 18th, 2017 Friday 5 - 9 pm Saturday 9 am - 5 pm Factory at Franklin 230 Franklin Rd Franklin, TN 37064 Cost: $39 for Friday night VIP $15 for Saturday purchased in advance $20 for Saturday purchased at the door $15 for Saturday afternoon only admission (1-5 pm) Note: on Saturday, children 12 years of age or younger are admitted free with paying adult To purchase tickets, click here.
    http://www.eat-drink-smile.com

Nov 03

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Nov 02

Franklin Family Day is Saturday

It is at 239 Franklin Road. Family Day is rain or shine.

    Franklin Family Day is Saturday
    Held at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, the festival is free to the public.
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Nov 02

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Oct 30

The restaurant at 222 Second Ave. S. will fea...

The restaurant at 222 Second Ave. S. will feature "a reflection of seasonal Japanese cuisine" and aims to be open in mid-2018.

    Two Ten Jack's owner plans new restaurant for Nashville's SoBro
    CLOSE New concept joins Southern brasserie Liberty Common from Butchertown Hall's owner Terry Raley as restaurants coming to the new 222 building. The owner of East Nashville's Japanese pub-style izakaya restaurant Two Ten Jack plans to bring a new concept to 5,000 square feet of retail space at the 222 mixed-use building in the area south of Broadway.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Oct 30

Merle Haggard Museum And Restaurant To Open In Nashville

...the new Merle Haggard Museum and Merle’s Meat + 3 Saloon, to be located at 121 Third Ave. S. in Nashville. The museum and restaurant is slated to open in summer 2018...

    Merle Haggard Museum And Restaurant To Open In Nashville
    Print This Post The family of Merle Haggard has partnered with Icon Entertainment Group founders Bill and Shannon Miller, as well as the Swett Family, to launch the new Merle Haggard Museum and Merle's Meat + 3 Saloon, to be located at 121 Third Ave. S. in Nashville.
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Oct 30

Watch live: Merle Haggard’s family, Johnny Cash Museum owner to make an announcement

On Monday Bill Miller will be joined by the family of the Bakersfield Sound pioneer, who died last year, for a special announcement above the Cash Museum at 119 Third Ave. S.

    Watch live: Merle Haggard's family, Johnny Cash Museum owner to make an announcement
    The latest venture from the owner of downtown's Johnny Cash Museum will likely involve paying homage to deceased country music legend Merle Haggard. On Monday Bill Miller will be joined by the family of the Bakersfield Sound pioneer, who died last year, for a special announcement above the Cash Museum at 119 Third Ave.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Oct 30

Best Bets: Events in Williamson County Nov. 3-5

• Franklin First United Methodist, 148 Fifth Ave. S., featuring the paintings of Barb Dwyer and Walnut Grove Elementary Students

• Gallery 202, 202 Second Ave. S., featuring Susan Blair Truex, an oil painter

• Hope Church, 137 4th Ave. S., hosting Summer Dobbins and her display of abstract resin art

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• Parks Realty, 415 Main St., featuring works artist Eric Droke

    Best Bets: Events in Williamson County Nov. 3-5
    An art walk and tour of the art galleries, working studios and businesses will meander through Historic Downtown Franklin Friday evening, Nov. 3. Set for 6-9 p.m., the event is free, and some of the venues will offer complimentary refreshments and live music.
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Oct 30

Johnny Cash Museum owner, Merle Haggard’s family partner in Nashville venture

Last fall, Bill Miller paid just over $7 million for the building at 121 Third Ave. S. that houses Mr. Hat’s Boot Co.

On Monday Bill Miller will be joined by the family of the Bakersfield Sound pioneer, who died last year, for a special announcement above the Cash Museum at 119 Third Ave. S.

Since opening the Cash Museum in 2013, Miller has added Nudie’s Honky Tonk at 409 Broadway in honor of deceased country music tailor Nudie Cohn. And last year, he opened the Patsy Cline Museum in space directly above the Cash Museum.

That includes the historic Southern Turf Building at 222 Fourth Ave. N., whose basement houses Skull's Rainbow Room. Before buying that National Register-building for $6 million, Miller purchased a majority stake in the Skull's bar and lounge that’s known for its burlesque shows.

    Johnny Cash Museum owner, Merle Haggard's family partner in Nashville venture
    CLOSE A special announcement set for Monday could mark the latest expansion of Bill Miller's offerings, which beyond the Cash Museum includes Nudie's Honky Tonk and the Patsy Cline Museum. The latest venture from the owner of downtown's Johnny Cash Museum will likely involve paying homage to deceased country music legend Merle Haggard.
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Oct 30

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Oct 26

MTSU grad uses her feet and fiddle to busk full time on Broadway

The Tennessee-based musician calls the corner of Fourth and Broadway her work home. In addition to busking full time, she’s recording her debut album, “Fiddle Feet,” and she’s also filming a scene and recording the soundtrack for an independent film set to release next summer.

    MTSU grad uses her feet and fiddle to busk full time on Broadway
    Saturday rolls around, and 25-year-old Hillary Klug - wearing cowboy boots, which she claims to be her dancing shoes, a gray T-shirt and cuffed blue jean shorts - shuffles her feet to the beat of her fiddle. "Now, that's Nashville," says a passerby, in awe of Klug's multitalented trade.
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Oct 24

Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabiliti...

201 5th Ave S

    Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities
    At today's #DEAL2017 luncheon, hosted by Disability Rights Tennessee, we gathered to raise awareness about disability employment. Pictured here is Elise McMillan co-director of the Vanderbilt...
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Oct 23

5 Nashville restaurants where you can keep it in the friend zone

33 Peabody St.

203 Franklin Road, Brentwood

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1004 Fourth Ave. N.

107 S. 11th St.

493 Humphreys St.

    5 Nashville restaurants where you can keep it in the friend zone
    CLOSE Ah, the friend zone. There's no worse place to be if you're on the losing end of an unrequited love - but then again, maybe there is. Hey, I'll take friend zone over restraining order any day, on either end of that relationship.
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Oct 18

Bone Bash to benefit Arthritis Foundation

The event is at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road. Tickets are $150 at https://arthser.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/2017BoneBashFranklinTn/tabid/881269/Default.aspx.

    Bone Bash to benefit Arthritis Foundation
    The Arthritis Foundation wants to scare you. The nonprofit is set to host Bone Bash, a Halloween-themed party and fundraiser, to benefit the foundation's work on behalf of the 1.3 million adult Tennesseans and 6,000 children living with the disease. The bash will feature a costume contest, games and live entertainment from DJ Robert Luke.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Oct 18

A spooky double feature from Nashville Ballet plus 6 other art, music and theater picks

The evening begins at 7 p.m., with entertainment at 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 20 at Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road.Tickets for the main event are $225-$275. Visit studiotenn.com or call 615-541-8200 for details.

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It runs Oct. 26-28 at TPAC’s James K. Polk Theater, 505 Deaderick St. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tickets start at $35, available at  www.nashvilleballet.com; tpac.org or by calling 615-782-4040. It is recommended for adult audiences due to mature content.

    A spooky double feature from Nashville Ballet plus 6 other art, music and theater picks
    Halloween is just around the corner, and Nashville Ballet has planned a haunting double feature of original works - Paul Vasterling's fascinating interpretation of "Lizzie Borden," along with the world premiere of Nashville Ballet company dancer Christopher Stuart's "The Raven." Originally presented in 2006, "Lizzie Borden" examines the notorious double murder case from the 1890s.
    http://www.tennessean.com

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