18 hours ago

Ms. Cheap: Great weekend to get outside, shop and play, on the cheap of course

...discussions, there is a free concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Christ Church Cathedral, 900 Broadway. The program includes Portara performing J.S. Bach's cantata "Feed the Hungry with Bread...

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The sale is in-store only 9 a.m.-6 p.m. April 28 at the Anderson Design Group Store at 116 29th Ave. N. Details: 615-327-9894 or www.ADGstore.com

...at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2:30 p.m) at Darkhorse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Pike, in Sylvan Park. Tickets are $15 but there is a "pay what you can night...

May 18 at 7 p.m. at Shamblin Auditorium, Lipscomb University, 4001 Granny White Pike: Dollar General CEO Cal Turner, Jr., in conversation with Dave Ramsey, will discuss his book, "My Father’s Business: The Small-Town Values That Built Dollar General into a Billion-Dollar Company."

May 19 at 4 p.m. at Parnassus Books, 3900 Hillsboro Pike: Booker Prize–winning novelist Michael Ondaatje ("The English Patient") discusses his new novel, "Warlight", set in the tumultuous decade after World War II.

There is also a ticketed event May 12 at Montgomery Bell Academy, 4001 Harding Pike, featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham, in conversation with Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam. Meacham...

...How to Grill Everything," at 6:15 p.m. May 16 at War Memorial Building, 301 Sixth Ave. N. Tickets are $39.50 and include a signed copy of the book...

    Ms. Cheap: Great weekend to get outside, shop and play, on the cheap of course
    CLOSE Looks like a good weekend to get outside with hikes, bird programs, the flea market and festivals. Plus some good Nashville style shopping. Enjoy! This is flea market weekend at Fairgrounds Nashville. They expect more than 700 dealers and close to 2,100 booths, including lots of people selling plants.
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26 hours ago

When, where to collect Titans autographs on Caravan promotional tour

5:30 p.m.             Memphis             American Cancer Society Hope Lodge (718 Union Ave.); 

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Noon                    Nashville              Grand Ole Opry (2804 Opryland Dr.); 

1:45 p.m.             Nashville              Purpose Prep Academy Charter School (220 Venture Circle); 

    When, where to collect Titans autographs on Caravan promotional tour
    CLOSE The annual Titans Caravan promotional tour will make 18 stops in Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama from Saturday through May 5, providing the public with free, typically hour-long opportunities to meet players, cheerleaders and T-Rac. Free posters are provided to all attendees for autographs, and photos are encouraged.
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39 hours ago

Nashville aerial dance company explores what it means to FALL

The show is up through May 28.  The Frist Art Museum is at 919 Broadway.  Its hours are 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 10 a.m...

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Performances are at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at abrasiveMedia, 438 Houston St., #257, Nashville. Tickets are $20, available at www.brownpapertickets.com.

The piece runs April 27-May 12 at Lakewood Theatre Company, 2211 Old Hickory Blvd., in Old Hickory. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. Sundays. A special Thursday performance also is planned for 7:30 p.m. May 10. Tickets $12-$15, available at ticketsnashville.com.

The show is up through June 2.  Cumberland Gallery is at 4107 Hillsboro Circle.  Its hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Admission is free.  

The show is up through May 10.  Elephant Gallery is at 1411 Buchanan St.  Its hours are noon-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  Admission is free.

    Nashville aerial dance company explores what it means to FALL
    Nashville's contemporary and aerial dance company FALL is back with a site-responsive performance in its home studio at abrasiveMedia called "FALL. Stand. Learn. Fly." Joined by special guest Suspended Gravity, the performance explores "all of the different interpretations of what it means to fall ...
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40 hours ago

Fire department investigating white substance found at Tennessee Tower

Drivers are being asked to avoid the area of Charlotte Avenue and 8th Avenue.

    Fire department investigating white substance found at Tennessee Tower
    The Nashville Fire Department is investigating a white substance that was found at the Tennessee Tower.
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3 days ago

5 delicious ways to carb-load in Nashville

121 12th Ave. N.

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2127 Belcourt Ave.

2905 Gallatin Pike

701 Woodland St.

2209 Bandywood Drive

    5 delicious ways to carb-load in Nashville
    CLOSE Another year, another marathon. Or half-marathon, for some runners. Heck, some people even walk the half. My participation? I carb-load in solidarity. Everyone knows you long-distance runner-warriors need to pile on those carbs for energy. Those of us for whom "marathon" is generally preceded by "Netflix" also need our energy.
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Apr 20

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Apr 11

Nashville Humane Association is celebrating N...

HAPPENING NOW - YAPPY HOUR! Please come celebrate #NationalPetDay with us at Nashville Union Station Hotel! We're here until 6:00pm.


Apr 11

Nashville Humane Association with Nashville U...

Happening Today – Who’s Going??? Please celebrate NATIONAL PET DAY during a YAPPY HOUR at Nashville Union Station Hotel Wednesday, April 11th from 4:00-6:00pm! Bring your pup along for an evening of happy hour specials, adoptable dogs from Nashville Humane Association​, gourmet dog treats from Baxter Bailey & Company​ and an array of pet products from Winston Dog​. It’s going to be a dog-gone, good time! $1 from every happy hour drink purchased during the event will benefit the Nashville Humane Association, plus, they will be onsite with adoptable dogs, as well as collecting donated pet food and supplies, such as towels/blankets, toys, peanut butter and kongs. Don’t forget to commemorate the day with a photo of you and your furry friend thanks to Nashville Smile Bar​! Happy hour specials include $8 cocktails, $6 wine and $6 snacks. Must be 21+ to order an alcoholic beverage. Furry friends are welcome to join the event, but we ask that they are spayed or neutered, properly leashed and up to date on shots. Union Station Hotel will offer discounted valet parking for $10 during the event. Valet parking has limited availability, and self-parking is also available behind the hotel on the south side of the property.


Apr 08

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Apr 06

The 5 best places to get French fries in Nashville

123 12th Ave N.

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438 Houston St., Suite 160.

2901 12th Ave S. and 970 Woodland St.

2901 12th Ave S. and 970 Woodland St.

4816 Charlotte Ave.

1000 Riverside Dr.

    The 5 best places to get French fries in Nashville
    CLOSE Our taste-testers skipped national chains, but one fast-food restaurant still snuck onto our list Sure, the burger usually is the star of the show, but when the plate hits the table, don't you grab for a french fry first? Me too. So what are Nashville's best fries?
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Apr 02

Why the Frist Center is changing its name

The Frist Art Museum is at 919 Broadway. The galleries, cafe and gift shop are open seven days a week.  The new fristartmuseum.org website should be up by 11 a.m. Monday.  

    Why the Frist Center is changing its name
    The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is planning to change its name to the Frist Art Museum, effective Monday, April 2. Museum officials are expected to make the official announcement at 11 a.m., complete with a look at the new Frist Art Museum logo, a new fristartmuseum.org website and, later, exterior signage to reflect the change.
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Apr 01

Splendor, influence of ancient Rome on view at Frist Center

Where: 919 Broadway 

    Splendor, influence of ancient Rome on view at Frist Center
    At the height of the Roman Empire, a quarter of the world's population lived and died under Roman law, making it one of the most influential and culturally diverse civilizations that has ever been.
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Apr 01

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Mar 21

Tennessee Department of Agriculture added 38 ...

It's our favorite day of the year! Thanks to all who showed their support for Tennessee's farms and forests for #TNAgDay2018. We appreciate our friends and partners who came together to host a dinner for lawmakers on Monday and featured livestock and wood products at the Cordell Hull building on Tuesday. After Smokey Bear demonstrated the proper technique, the Senate and the House battled it out in the crosscut saw contest. Congratulations to Jeremy Fasion and Bill Dunn who brought home the win for the House. The silent auction benefited Society of St. Andrew - Tennessee and Ag in the Classroom. Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee took home a check for $1000 from Shooting Hunger. And thank you to the farmers and foresters who keep us fed, sheltered, clothed and fueled. Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation Tennessee Farmers Cooperative, Tennessee Pork Producers, Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee Tennessee 4-H Club Foundation, Inc., Tennessee Cattlemen's Association, TN Poultry Association, Tennessee Dairy Producers Association, NABA - Nashville Area Beekeepers Association, Pick TN Products, Metro Nashville Police Horse Mounted Patrol, Shooting Hunger, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee


Mar 21

Frist Center for the Visual Arts is at Frist ...

Rome was a sophisticated society with complex political & legal structures. Only Roman men with full citizenship were allowed to wear togas. This statue of Roman magistrate represents a high-ranking citizen with political & religious responsibilities #FristRome #FristArtHighlight


Mar 18

Press photos on view at the Frist spotlight civil rights struggle in Nashville

Where: First Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway

    Press photos on view at the Frist spotlight civil rights struggle in Nashville
    CLOSE In 1960, a disciplined, nonviolent sit-in campaign coordinated by college students from Fisk University, Tennessee A&I and other local, predominantly African-American universities, changed the course of the civil rights movement and made Nashville the first in the South to begin desegregating its public spaces. In April of that year, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Mar 16

Franklin spice shop a gateway to international food tour

July 8-12: Chahan Ale & Masala House, 123 12th Ave. N.

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June 1: kickoff party 6-9 p.m. at Plaza Mariachi, 3955 Nolensville Pike

June 8-14: Ken’s Sushi, 1108 Murfreesboro Pike

June 15-21: Chateau West, 3408 West End Ave.

June 22-28: House of Kabob, 216 Thompson Lane

July 13-19: Miss Saigon, 5849 Charlotte Pike

July 20-26: Lucky Bamboo, 5855 Charlotte Pike

July 27-Aug. 2: Anatolia, 48 White Bridge Road

Aug. 3-9: Salsa, 818 Palmer Place

Aug. 24-30: McNamara’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, 2740 Old Lebanon Road

Aug. 31-Sep. 6: Jamaica Way, 1812 Hayes St.

Sep. 7-13: Texas de Brazil, 210 25th Ave. N. #110 

Sep. 21-27: Taj, 3943 Nolensville Road

    Franklin spice shop a gateway to international food tour
    CLOSE As a first generation Indian-American, Franklin businesswoman Renuka Christoph has a passion for spreading the message about the importance of cultural inclusion. Christoph's late father, Rama Bharadwaj, and her mother, Kamlesh Bharadwaj, moved to America from Dehradun, India, in 1970. Throughout her childhood and adolescence, Christoph's father was the director of international students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
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Mar 13

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Mar 07

Things to do this week in Nashville: Music, dance, art

The Frist is at 919 Broadway Ave.  Its hours are 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday; 10...

The performance is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville. Tickets start at $35, available through tpac.org or 615-782-4040.

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The show runs through April 7.  Elephant Gallery is at 1411 Buchanan St.  It’s hours are 2-6 p.m. Friday, noon-6 p.m. Saturday and by appointment.  Admission is free.

...confront the stark contradictions of the South with tenderness and honesty.  The gallery is at 438 Houston St. #262.  Its hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and by appointment...

    Things to do this week in Nashville: Music, dance, art
    Tonight, Elephant Gallery debuts an offbeat painting exhibition by a local musician. "Jazz As Is" presents a series of paintings by Harry Kagan, the lead singer and guitarist for local band, Music Band. Kagan started painting only a couple of years ago and his canvases resound with bold colors and an idiosyncratic hodge podge of dark and amusing imagery.
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