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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
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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
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Happy #NationalProposalDay to all the newly engaged couples out there! 💍 Let our Event Services Team make this next chapter of your love story seamless... 615-649-3927 : 📸 Rebecca Ward Photography
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Reminiscing on Easter’s of past as we await this year’s Grand Annual Easter Brunch. Join us for a truly iconic Nashville Easter! Don’t miss your chance, space is filling up quickly. Reserve your family’s preferred dining time today! 🌷 615-345-7116
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No one plans events quite like our Event Services Team ✨ We’re patiently awaiting our annual Easter Brunch, which is only two Sunday’s away! Have you reserved your spot yet? Head to the link in our bio to see our delicious buffet planned!
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Where: First Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway
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Our customized VIP amenities are the perfect welcome to your stay in Nashville! Get a true taste of Music City with a pairing of local bourbon and charcuterie from our Double H Farms 🥃🥩 _________ Pictured: HH Single Barrel @jackdaniels_us with Double H Farms Bresaola, local Gouda and pickled farm carrots, as well as HH @jeffersonsbourbon Presidential Select with country ham, cave aged cheddar and spring berry jam.
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.This article has 2 other Nashville locations (Show)
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...
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If you have to host a meeting soon, do it in style at The Hermitage Hotel ✨ Our incredible Event Services Team can plan the perfect conference, presentation or meeting for your company. Whether it’s 5 or 150 people, we have the perfect accommodations for your event. Call us today to start planning! 615-649-3927
The tradition of excellence known in 1910 has remained vibrant and alive to this day. We think one former manager put it best: “There was an air there, something not so much seen as felt. Nothing was ever handed to a guest in the hotel unless it was on a silver tray.” Cheers to the weekend 🥂
We’ve done it again! For the 12th year in a row, The Hermitage Hotel has earned the coveted Forbes Five Star rating! Last night, our General Manager Dee Patel accepted the Forbes Five Star Award for 2018 from Jerry Inzerillo, CEO of Forbes Travel Guide. We are honored to be one of only 199 hotels globally that to have this distinction. We look forward to continuing the tradition of elegance, luxury and Southern hospitality that The Hermitage Hotel has been known for since 1910.
Where fairytales happen... ✨♥️ Bride & grooms to be, can you imagine looking down at all of your closest loved ones from our balcony... everyone you see celebrating you! Our Event Services Team ensures every detail of your big day is as magical as you’ve always imagined. Call us today for more information on making your day something out of a fairytale. 615-649-3927 #WeddingWednesday
In 2012, The Hermitage Hotel purchased 250 acres of farmland nestled in the hills of White Bluff, Tennessee to continue our mission for sustainability and preservation. We’re proud to have our Double H Farms provide 100% organic, properly raised beef to our Capitol Grille diners every day. Head over to our Instagram story today and follow along as we show you around our beautiful farm!
The first Tiff Treat's store in Tennessee will open at 137 12th Ave. N. (in The Gossett on Church) the week of March 19, with a grand opening on...
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Happy Sunday, Nashville! We’re proud to have been an icon of this great city since 1910. If you’re out and about today, come inside and take a look at history! While you’re here, stop in the Capitol Grille for a delicious bite of brunch or dinner. We hope to see you!
What a beautiful day in Nashville- 70 degrees and sunny in February! Our Veranda is the perfect spot to enjoy this lovely day.
Police responded to a call in the 300 block of 9th Ave. N around 1:15 a.m. Thursday morning after a report of shots fired.
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Join us today for our FREE Black History Month event "Spiritual Songs- History of African American Music" at Tennessee State University and at 4pm at First Lutheran Church on 113 8th Ave S.
Feb. 14: 6 p.m. at Union Ave Books, 517 Union Ave, Knoxville; 865-951-2180This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
Feb. 13: 6:30 p.m. at Parnassus Books, 3900 Hillsboro Pike #14, Nashville; 615-953-2243
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