3 days ago

Things to do: Magic, 'Matter,' 'Monologues' top weekend picks

It runs Friday-Sunday at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville. Performances are at 8 p.m. Friday; 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday; 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets start at $25, available through tpac.org or 615-782-4040.

This article has 6 other Nashville locations (Show)

The presentation begins at 3 p.m. Saturday and is free. Zeitgeist is at 516 Hagan St. #100.  

The performance is at 7 p.m. Friday (doors open at 5 p.m.) at The City Winery, 609 Lafayette St., Nashville. Tickets are $25-$40, available at www.citywinery.com/nashville/vaginamonologues021618.html.

...Friday through Feb. 26 at The 4th Story Theater at West End United Methodist Church, 2200 West End Ave., Nashville. Performances are at 7 p.m. Fridays; 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets...

Leu Art Gallery is at 1900 Belmont Blvd.  Its hours are 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 1- 5 p.m. Sunday.  Admission is free.  

Cheekwood is at 1200 Forrest Park Dr.  Its hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday.   

It runs Feb. 19-26 at the former Inglewood United Methodist Church, 3511 Gallatin Pike, Nashville. All performances are at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15, available at biglovenashville.com or www.eventbrite.com/e/big-love-a-play-sort-of-tickets-42213147661.

    Things to do: Magic, 'Matter,' 'Monologues' top weekend picks
    Featuring the remarkable talents of five of the most incredible illusionists on earth, this mind-blowing exhibition has shattered box office records around the world. Packed with astonishing magic tricks and breathtaking stunts, "The Illusionists -Live from Broadway" is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
    https://www.tennessean.com

4 days ago

Review: 'Smart People' at Nashville Rep uncomfortable, enlightening

Where: TPAC’s Johnson Theater, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville

    Review: 'Smart People' at Nashville Rep uncomfortable, enlightening
    It's never easy to confront our own shortcomings, particularly when it comes to personal bias and prejudices. But that's exactly what Lydia R. Diamond's provocative "Smart People," now onstage at Nashville Repertory Theatre, urges us to do.
    https://www.tennessean.com

4 days ago

Rep. John Ray Clemmons is at Tennessee State ...

Tonight the TN House went full Smashville as we honored our Nashville Predators for their 2017 Western Conference Championship.

    Rep. John Ray Clemmons
    Tonight the TN House went full Smashville as we honored our Nashville Predators for their 2017 Western Conference Championship.
    https://www.facebook.com

Feb 10

Sevierville native explores lives of women at war in novel 'Atomic City Girls'

Feb. 14: 6 p.m. at Union Ave Books, 517 Union Ave, Knoxville; 865-951-2180

This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)

Feb. 13: 6:30 p.m. at Parnassus Books, 3900 Hillsboro Pike #14, Nashville; 615-953-2243

    Sevierville native explores lives of women at war in novel 'Atomic City Girls'
    In her second novel, "The Atomic City Girls," Janet Beard chose to write about the lives of women who were part of the war effort during World War II through their work on The Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge, Tenn. "You hear so much about WWII from the men's perspective.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 08

Halvorsong posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Feb 07

Nashville Ballet hopes to let the light in with 'Holocaust and Humanity Project'

Where: TPAC’s James K. Polk Theater, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville

    Nashville Ballet hopes to let the light in with 'Holocaust and Humanity Project'
    With its premiere of Stephen Mills' acclaimed "Light/The Holocaust and Humanity Project," Nashville Ballet promises not only to inspire audiences, but also to stir community-based conversations. Presented as part of the company's annual "Attitude" series, "Light" offers a compelling message of courage and hope as it reflects on the experiences of a Holocaust survivor named Naomi Warren.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 07

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble brings distinctive sound to Music City

The performance is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at TPAC’s James K. Polk Theater, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville. Tickets are $40, available at tpac.org or by calling 615-782-4040.

This article has 4 other Nashville locations (Show)

It runs Feb. 9-17 at Street Theatre Company, 6727 Charlotte Pike, Nashville. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays. Tickets are $15, available at streettheatrecompany.org or by calling 615-554-7414. The event is BYOB.

...both financially and socially. It runs Feb. 9-18 at Belmont’s Black Box Theater, 1575 Compton Ave., Nashville...

...painting watch dials with radium. It runs Feb. 16-25 at Belmont’s Troutt Theater, 2112 Belmont Blvd., Nashville...

Galerie Tangerine is at 900 South St., Suite 104.  Hours are 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.  Admission is free.  

Feb 06

Rep. John Ray Clemmons added 3 new photos — a...

Enjoyed opportunity to discuss my Net Neutrality bill with Nashville Tech Council members today on the Hill.

    Rep. John Ray Clemmons
    Rep. John Ray Clemmons. 1,934 likes · 34 talking about this. John Ray Clemmons proudly serves District 55 (Nashville) in the Tennessee House of Representatives.
    https://www.facebook.com

Feb 06

G.Pack posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Feb 05

chrisdeline posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Feb 04

Nashville Rep takes on tough issues with 'Smart People'

Where: TPAC’s Johnson Theater, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville

    Nashville Rep takes on tough issues with 'Smart People'
    As an award-winning playwright, Lydia R. Diamond ("Stick Fly," "The Bluest Eye") is widely known for her distinctive voice and razor-sharp dialogue onstage. But with its upcoming production of Diamond's "Smart People," Nashville Repertory Theatre is also hoping to spark some lively conversations after the lights come up.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 02

Gina Stafford posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Feb 01

April 28, 1964 | ...

April 28, 1964 | Before demonstrators and police officers clashed in what was known as a “lying-in,” students sealed off downtown Nashville by sitting and lying in the street at the corner of Church Street and 7thAvenue North, in protest of the city’ssegregated policies. Photograph by Vic Cooley, Nashville Banner Archives

    Nashville Public Library
    April 28, 1964 | Before demonstrators and police officers clashed in what was known as a "lying-in," students sealed...
    https://www.facebook.com

Feb 01

Black History MonthTennessee State Museum celebrates Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage

The Tennessee State Museum is located at Fifth Avenue and Deaderick Street in downtown Nashville, and metered and lot parking is available nearby. While the event is...

    Black History MonthTennessee State Museum celebrates Tennessee's African American Musical Heritage - Nashville PRIDE, Inc.
    The February edition of the 'Tennessee State Museum's Lunch & Learn' series will focus on Tennessee's African American Music Heritage.
    http://pridepublishinggroup.com

Feb 01

Celebrate Black Music History with the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

Tickets are on sale now by phone at (615) 782-4040, and at the TPAC Box Office, 505 Deaderick St., in downtown Nashville, or through the official TPAC website.

    Celebrate Black Music History with the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - Nashville PRIDE, Inc.
    Hypnotic Brass Ensemble bring their fresh and funky jazz sounds to Nashville for the first time for an evening of unforgettable music at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center's James K. Polk Theater on Feb. 14, 2018.
    http://pridepublishinggroup.com

Jan 31

Rep. John Ray Clemmons added 2 new photos — w...

Hosted an informative roundtable discussion on net neutrality today with Sen. Harris. We shared details of our legislation, gathered information and solicited vital feedback. Reps from VU Library, Medalogix, VU VIPER, Nashville Tech Council, ACLU were all present. Couldn’t make it? Please share your opinions with us.

    Rep. John Ray Clemmons
    Rep. John Ray Clemmons. 1,930 likes · 263 talking about this. John Ray Clemmons proudly serves District 55 (Nashville) in the Tennessee House of Representatives.
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 31

Review: A fresh and vibrant 'King and I' dazzles at TPAC

Where: TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville

    Review: A fresh and vibrant 'King and I' dazzles at TPAC
    Bartlett Sher's Tony Award-winning revival of "The King and I" finally arrived at TPAC's Jackson Hall Tuesday night, delivering a truly magnificent rendition of one of Rodgers & Hammerstein's most beloved musicals.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 28

Ms. Cheap: Black History Month events abound in Nashville

...research, with a discussion following. It takes place in the Library and Archives auditorium at 403 Seventh Ave. N., Free parking is available near the Library and Archives building. The workshop is free, but...

This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)

...site of memory and consciousness." In his lecture at the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt, 1207 18th Ave. S., Seck will present the history of the Whitney Plantation in the wider context of the...

    Ms. Cheap: Black History Month events abound in Nashville
    CLOSE The February calendar is full of African-American history events, with puppet shows, colorful cultural programs, interesting lectures, rich storytelling, history and genealogy workshops, and lots and lots of music. Most of the events are free, or have a small cost or suggested donation.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 26

'Epic' costumes lend grandeur to classic musical 'The King and I'

Where: TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville

    'Epic' costumes lend grandeur to classic musical 'The King and I'
    It's been nearly 67 years since Rodgers & Hammerstein's "The King and I" first debuted on Broadway. But for those involved with The Lincoln Center's gorgeous Tony Award-winning revival, which arrives at TPAC 's Andrew Jackson Hall on Tuesday, this classic musical still has much to say to contemporary audiences.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 21

Nashville Opera takes on 'Hercules vs. Vampires' in entertaining mash-up

Where: TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville

    Nashville Opera takes on 'Hercules vs. Vampires' in entertaining mash-up
    At first glance, the opera world might not seem to have much in common with the campy cult classic films of Mario Bava. But with its upcoming performance of "Hercules vs. Vampires," Nashville Opera promises one of the most unusual - and entertaining - mash-ups ever.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 21

BryanQuigley posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Jan 19

The Tennessee Board of Parole will conduct a ...

The Tennessee Board of Parole will conduct a quarterly administrative meeting on Wednesday, February 24, 2018. The meeting will take place in the Board Room at the agency's Central Office, 404 James Robertson Parkway, Nashville, beginning at 9:30 a.m. CST.

    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 18

5 things to know about Nashville's Women's March 2.0

The workshops will take place 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at TSU Avon Williams Campus (330 10th Ave. N.) in downtown Nashville. Tickets are $35-$110 and include lunch; students are $10.

    5 things to know about Nashville's Women's March 2.0
    CLOSE Last January, during inauguration weekend, approximately 15,000 people marched through Nashville in solidarity with the hundreds of thousands in Washington, D.C., as part of the first Women's March. A year later, that passion remains. On Saturday, Nashville Women's March 2.0 will take place downtown, coordinated by Power Together TN and a diverse array of organizations that work for justice and equality.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 18

Nashville Women's March elevates activism with unique, new conference to inspire action

To engage that group, Power Together TN came up with an idea of a conference to further educate and engage the community. The workshops will take place 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. at TSU Avon Williams Campus (330 10th Ave N, Nashville) in downtown Nashville.

    Nashville Women's March elevates activism with unique, new conference to inspire action
    CLOSE Kristin Dillard wore black every day for a week after the 2016 presidential election. She felt a shift toward "fear and negativity and otherness," and she mourned it. "I spent a week in a funk I couldn't shake," she says. But then, at a breakfast fundraiser nearly 10 days later, something changed.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 17

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage added an event.

Join us for an afternoon of music and history with Dr. Naima Johnston-Bush, who will be sharing her program “Spiritual Songs: History of African-American Music.” Dr. Johnston-Bush will explore the history of spiritual music and its evolution as an American art form. Her dynamic voice brings each song alive, tracing the history of this powerful musical expression of faith, the audience is led from the 1600’s to the present, illustrating the impact and influence of African American Spiritual Music in all musical genres today! The event will take place at Tennessee State University in The Avon Williams Center. 330 10th Ave N Nashville, TN 37203

    Spiritual Songs: Music That Built a Nation
    Join us for an afternoon of music and history with Dr. Naima Johnston-Bush, who will be sharing her program "Spiritual Songs: History of African-American...
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 16

If you’re in downtown Nashville and looking f...

If you’re in downtown Nashville and looking for something to do today, we’re open! Get out of the cold and come see us. Open until 5 p.m. at the corner of 5th and Deaderick.

    Tennessee State Museum
    If you're in downtown Nashville and looking for something to do today, we're open! Get out of the cold and come see us. Open until 5 p.m. at the corner of 5th and Deaderick.
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 11

Rep. John Ray Clemmons is at Tennessee State ...

It was my honor to recognize and honor two great Wilson County community leaders today with House Resolutions. Mr. Elmer Richerson, a long-time pillar of the banking and business community, and the late Mr. Cordell Winfree, a man who had a significant impact on my and so many others’ public education.

    Rep. John Ray Clemmons
    It was my honor to recognize and honor two great Wilson County community leaders today with House Resolutions. Mr. Elmer Richerson, a long-time pillar of the banking and business community, and the...
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 08

First Saturday Art Crawl highlights, 'PAW Patrol' at TPAC and more

Performances are at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday; 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St. Tickets start at $19.50, available through tpac.org or 615-782-4040.

This article has 3 other Nashville locations (Show)

At 516 Hagan St., Zeitgeist opens, “States of Matter,” a group show of women sculptors curated by Nashville artists Karen Seapker and Vadis Turner.  The work explores parallels between the ever-changing five states of matter and the female form.

...planned for Jan. 10 at NECAT Studios (on the campus of Nashville State Community College, 120 White Bridge Road). Moderated by Metro Arts’ Cecilia Olusola Tribble, the panel will include both composers and will...

Performance is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11 (pre-concert activities begin at 5:30 p.m.), at Fisk Memorial Chapel, 1000 17th Ave. N. It is free, but reservations are strongly recommended for the Jan. 10 panel discussion. Visit http://intersectionmusic.org/upontheseshoulders.html to learn more.

    First Saturday Art Crawl highlights, 'PAW Patrol' at TPAC and more
    Frosty winter weather and a slew of new art shows kick off Music City's 2018 visual arts schedule. So bundle up, take a cup o'kindness yet, and be sure to catch these six opening exhibitions during January's First Saturday Art Events. 6-9 p.m.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 08

-AX- posted 4 photos to Flickr:

Jan 07

Bob Gaudio talks 'Jersey Boys' as hit musical returns to Nashville

Where: TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St.

    Bob Gaudio talks 'Jersey Boys' as hit musical returns to Nashville
    "Jersey Boys" may have closed on Broadway, but this Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical shows no sign of slowing down as it makes its much-anticipated return to TPAC 's Andrew Jackson Hall this week. The remarkable "behind-the-music" story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons first opened on Broadway in November 2005, earning four 2006 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 07

tabounds posted 9 photos to Flickr:

Jan 04

First Saturday Art Crawl highlights, 'PAW Patrol' at TPAC and more

Performances are at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday; 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St. Tickets start at $19.50, available through tpac.org or 615-782-4040.

This article has 3 other Nashville locations (Show)

At 516 Hagan St., Zeitgeist opens, “States of Matter,” a group show of women sculptors curated by Nashville artists Karen Seapker and Vadis Turner.  The work explores parallels between the ever-changing five states of matter and the female form.

...planned for Jan. 10 at NECAT Studios (on the campus of Nashville State Community College, 120 White Bridge Road). Moderated by Metro Arts’ Cecilia Olusola Tribble, the panel will include both composers and will...

Performance is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11 (pre-concert activities begin at 5:30 p.m.), at Fisk Memorial Chapel, 1000 17th Ave. N. It is free, but reservations are strongly recommended for the Jan. 10 panel discussion. Visit http://intersectionmusic.org/upontheseshoulders.html to learn more.

    First Saturday Art Crawl highlights, 'PAW Patrol' at TPAC and more
    Frosty winter weather and a slew of new art shows kick off Music City's 2018 visual arts schedule. So bundle up, take a cup o'kindness yet, and be sure to catch these six opening exhibitions during January's First Saturday Art Events. 6-9 p.m.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Dec 29

In freezing temperatures, Nashville's homeless urged to move off the streets

Standing at the corner of Rosa Parks and James Robertson boulevards, Ansalmo Vasquez was the first of the shift's transports that night.

    In freezing temperatures, Nashville's homeless urged to move off the streets
    CLOSE Minutes after officers Kendra Cowper and Jonathan Weeks began their Wednesday night patrol of downtown, the dispatch calls began coming in. People were cold.
    http://www.tennessean.com

About

EveryBlock collects 17 types of news in Nashville — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 652-699 Charlotte Ave.

Upcoming events

Sat

View full calendar →

Thousands of neighbors connect and get their news via EveryBlock, including:

Audrea Odom Kamala Devi Sachin Chauhan Jhalender Gautam Tonda Valladares L Shawn Rollins Neighborhoods Resource Center Bartis2 C Woods

You're 60 seconds from creating an account and joining them…

or
Enter your email address