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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee ...

Wrapping up a great day, we so appreciate our amazing Edgers, sponsors, and volunteers. Cheers to a great day! #OverTheEdgeNashville


2 days ago

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

This is the language we just passed in TN House regarding school testing issues.


3 days ago

Ms. Cheap: Nashville Earth Day, exotic pet expo, Shakespeare festival and more free fun

...15 p.m. in front of the stage on Level B of the museum at 505 Deaderick St. www.tnmuseum.org

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...and the public, will hold the sale 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday at 3201 Belmont Blvd., #100. Donations of yard sale items will be accepted through 1 p.m. Saturday...

    Ms. Cheap: Nashville Earth Day, exotic pet expo, Shakespeare festival and more free fun
    There is no reason to be bored this weekend, with two free festivals, an exotic pet expo and some good sales. Metro Nashville's 16th annual Earth Day Festival at Centennial Park on Saturday is a free, family-friendly day with children's activities, live music and a park full of environmental exhibits designed to inspire greener living and raise awareness about the environment.
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Apr 14

Dining Out For Life: A one-day celebration of food, friendship and fundraising

Additional sponsors include: NPS Pharmacy, Vanderbilt University; Kraft CPAs, The Scene, Focus Middle Tennessee, The East Nashvillian, 417 Union, and Dorothy Cate & Thomas Frist Foundation.

    Dining Out For Life: A one-day celebration of food, friendship and fundraising
    Dining Out For Life returns to Nashville on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 for the 16th year. Area restaurants will join in for a one-day celebration of food, friendship and fundraising. Since it started in 2003, the event has raised more than $1.6 million to fight HIV/AIDS in Middle Tennessee.
    https://www.outandaboutnashville.com

Apr 11

Tennessee Department of Revenue added 3 new p...

Need help filing your business tax? We have employees ready to help answer questions & complete returns leading up to the April 17 deadline. This help center is at the Andrew Jackson Building, 500 Deaderick Street, open from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.! #TNTaxTips


Apr 09

Rep. John Ray Clemmons is with Rachel Johnson...

Honored to host the incredibly talented, future superstar, third grader Miss Annabelle Lovell of Greenfield this evening on TN House floor to sing our national anthem. She was amazing & made Weakley Co & our entire state proud! 🎤💫


Apr 09

Review: Wonderful ‘Wicked’ works its magic once more

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

    Review: Wonderful 'Wicked' works its magic once more
    Nearly 15 years after its premiere in 2003, "Wicked" continues to work its magic with theater lovers old and new. And why not? Just check out the current touring production at TPAC 's Jackson Hall through April 22.
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Apr 08

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Apr 05

Ronnie Wood visits Nashville's Rolling Stones exhibit

"Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones Exhibit" is open now and runs through June 30 at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, 401 Gay St.

    Ronnie Wood visits Nashville's Rolling Stones exhibit
    CLOSE There are hundreds of rare artifacts from the Rolling Stones' career on display at the band's "Exhibitionism" exhibit at Nashville's Musician's Hall of Fame and Museum. And for one night, you could also find another priceless piece of the Stones: Ronnie Wood.
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Apr 04

Nashville Is Starting to Face Its History of Slavery

Ideally, Williams says, he’d like to see the marker placed at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Charlotte Avenue, outside the Music City Central transit station. It would be nearly impossible to miss. 

    Nashville Is Starting to Face Its History of Slavery
    Photo: Eric England For many years, Nashville has proudly celebrated its place in the civil rights movement, but it has done far less to openly reckon with its history of slavery and segregation. There are signs that could be changing.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

Apr 01

Nashville Opera takes on timely issues with 'Susannah'

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

    Nashville Opera takes on timely issues with 'Susannah'
    You might not think that a 63-year-old opera based on a biblical story would have much to say about contemporary social issues. But with its themes of lust, shame, hypocrisy and sexual violence, Carlisle Floyd's "Susannah" feels all too familiar.
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Mar 31

Making hits at David Porter's Made in Memphis studio

One year ago, he opened the $5 million recording studio at 400 Union Ave.

    Making hits at David Porter's Made in Memphis studio
    CLOSE They said he wanted to remake Motown in Memphis. He wanted to recreate his youth here. Who is he? David Porter. His tunes captivated America when AM radio ruled. Remember this one? The music duo Sam & Dave sang, "I'm a soul man.'' Porter wrote the lyrics.
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Mar 29

Mar 27

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

Today, I had the honor of introducing and lighting a candle with Mr. Menachem Limor, survivor, during the Holocaust Remembrance ceremony.


Mar 27

Review: Nashville Rep, Lipscomb team up for timely 'Inherit the Wind'

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

    Review: Nashville Rep, Lipscomb team up for timely 'Inherit the Wind'
    Nashville Repertory Theatre closes its main stage season with a strong collaboration, teaming up with Lipscomb University to present the classic courtroom drama "Inherit the Wind." Inspired by the sensational Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925 - in which a Dayton, Tenn., teacher was tried for teaching evolution - this fictional account pits two legal giants of the era against one another, debating what sadly remains a hot-button issue for many.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 26

Nashville CARES announces 2018 Dining Out For Life fundraiser

Additional sponsors include: NPS Pharmacy, Vanderbilt University; Kraft CPAs, The Scene, Focus Middle Tennessee, The East Nashvillian, 417 Union, and Dorothy Cate & Thomas Frist Foundation.

    Nashville CARES announces 2018 Dining Out For Life fundraiser
    Dining Out For Life returns to Nashville on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 for the 16th year. Area restaurants will join in for a one-day celebration of food, friendship and fundraising. Since it started in 2003, the event has raised more than $1.6 million to fight HIV/AIDS in Middle Tennessee.
    https://www.outandaboutnashville.com

Mar 26

Where to find all of the Rolling Stones tongues in Nashville

It's a no-brainer that the future home of "Exhibitionism" would have one of the tongues on display. You'll find it right in front of the museum entrance (401 Gay St.).

    Where to find all of the Rolling Stones tongues in Nashville
    CLOSE The Rolling Stones "Exhibitionism" exhibit opens in Nashville on Thursday, but the legendary rock band has made its presence known in Music City for weeks. Five statues of the band's iconic "tongue and lips" logo were placed in locations around Music City earlier this month.
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Mar 26

$25 tickets to Wicked at TPAC: Here's how to get them

The TPAC Box Office  is at 505 Deaderick St., in downtown Nashville. TPAC.org or 615-782-4040.

    $25 tickets to Wicked at TPAC: Here's how to get them
    CLOSE How about some $25 tickets to "Wicked"! Yes, it is true. Tennessee Performing Arts Center just announced details for day-of-performance lotteries for a limited number of seats to "Wicked" during its four-week engagement at TPAC's Jackson Hall, starting Wednesday and running through April 22.
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Mar 25

Mick Jagger says Nashville is 'a good fit' for Rolling Stones exhibit

"Exhibition: The Rolling Stones Exhibit" opens Thursday, March 29, and runs through June 30 at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, 401 Gay St.

    Mick Jagger says Nashville is 'a good fit' for Rolling Stones exhibit
    When Mick Jagger visits Nashville, chances are he's on tour. But the rock icon has also spent some time in Music City as a tourist. The Rolling Stones played their last concert here at Nissan Stadium in 2015 - a June night that Jagger tells The Tennessean was one "of the hottest gigs I think I've ever played."
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Mar 22

TPAC, Lipscomb partner for Spotlight Awards with students from 26 Tennessee high schools

The Spotlight Awards ceremony is available to the public, and general admission tickets are on sale now at TPAC.org, by phone at 615-782-4040, and at the TPAC Box Office, 505 Deaderick St.

    TPAC, Lipscomb partner for Spotlight Awards with students from 26 Tennessee high schools
    Talented students from 26 Tennessee high schools are seizing an opportunity to improve their skills and be recognized for theatrical and musical talent as part of the fifth annual Nashville High School Musical Theater Awards , or Spotlight Awards.
    https://www.lipscomb.edu

Mar 21

Dancing stars bring 'Confidential' to TPAC stage

The performance is at 8 p.m. Saturday at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville. Tickets start at $45, available through tpac.org or 615-782-4040.

The show runs through December 2018.  21c Museum Hotel Nashville is at 221 Second Ave N.  It is open 24 hours, seven days a week. There are guided docent tours through the museum 5-6 p.m.every Wednesday. Admission is free.   

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The show runs through April 8.  Red Arrow Gallery is at 919 Gallatin Ave. #4.  It is open daily. Please call ahead; 615-236-6575. Admission is free.   

The performance is at 7 p.m. Sunday at Street Theatre Company, 6727 Charlotte Pike, Nashville. Tickets are $15, available at streettheatrecompany.org. Patron may BYOB.

It runs March 23-31 at the Darkhorse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Ave., Nashville. Performances are at 7:30 p.m., Thursdays-Saturdays; 3 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $12 at darkhorsetheater.com or $16 at the door.

The show runs through April 28.  The gallery is at 516 Hagan St. Its hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.  Admission is free.

    Dancing stars bring 'Confidential' to TPAC stage
    Fans of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" won't want to miss "Maks, Val & Peta Live On Tour: Confidential," an exciting one-night-only performance at TPAC's Andrew Jackson Hall. Following the success of their tour, "Our Way," brothers Maks and Val Chmerkovskiy have teamed up with the incredibly talented Peta Murgatroyd (two time "Dancing With the Stars" Mirror Ball champion and Mrs.
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Mar 16

Nashville Repertory Theatre is with Lipscomb ...

Get a load of set load-in for Inherit the Wind! You'll have to come to the show to see the rest of scenic designer Gary Hoff's stunning town. Running March 24-April 21: https://www.tpac.org/event/2018-03-22-to-2018-04-21-inherit-the-wind-preview/

    Nashville Repertory Theatre
    Get a load of set load-in for Inherit the Wind! You'll have to come to the show to see the rest of scenic designer Gary Hoff's stunning town. Running March 24-April 21:...
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Mar 16

Tennessee State Museum added 4 new photos — a...

Thank you to everyone who joined us for yesterday's Lunch & Learn lecture with Jack May about his uncle Mortimer May, and Candace Adelson, Ph.D., senior curator of fashion & textiles, Tennessee State Museum, about our Holocaust Survivors' Crate. Pictured in the group photo, from left, are Rachel Helvering, community engagement manager, Tennessee State Museum; Rodney Rosenblum, donor of crate; Adelson; May; Ashley Howell, executive director, Tennessee State Museum; and Dan Pomeroy, chief curator and director of collections, Tennessee State Museum. The Holocaust survivors' crate will be on display through this Sunday, May 18.


Mar 16

Ms. Cheap celebrates 24 years with 24 amazing ways to save

...The library garage is $10 at night. Parking at the Metro Courthouse garage (entrances on James Robertson Parkway and Gay Street) is just $5 at night and on Saturdays and Sundays. The best resource for finding...

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You don't have to be a tourist to enjoy free music at the downtown honky-tonks, some of the most famous being Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, at 422 Broadway, and Robert's Western World, at 416 B Broadway. Never a cover charge. nashvilledowntown.com. 

    Ms. Cheap celebrates 24 years with 24 amazing ways to save
    It's my anniversary, and I'm sharing the celebration with you I'm offering one tip for each of the 24 years I've been writing this column. I'm certain there are more "need to know" tidbits of cheapness than these, but this double dozen is a good place to start.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 15

SOURCE 2018 Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced

Presented by Springer Mountain Farms, this year marks the 16th anniversary of the SOURCE Hall of Fame Awards, which will be held Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018 at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in the Historic Municipal Auditorium (401 Gay Street, Nashville, TN 37201).

    SOURCE 2018 Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced
    SOURCE Nashville has announced this year's Hall of Fame inductees, which include Barbara Baker (Blue Crest Music Publishing, Tree Publishing, Ray Baker Productions, Frank Mull Promotions, Baray Music); JoAnn Berry (KHOO Radio, Jim Halsey Co., Dick Blake Int., World Class Talent, CBN); Tammy Genovese (Country Music Association, The Country Network, Music City Sports and Entertainment Group, Crossroads Arena); Holly Gleason ( Miami Herald, Rolling Stone, L.A.
    https://musicrow.com

Mar 15

See inside: Mile End Delicatessen now open in Nashville

Mile End Delicatessen, a famed New York City-based deli named after a neighborhood in Montreal, is now open in the lobby of the Fairlane Hotel at 401 Union St. in downtown Nashville.

    See inside: Mile End Delicatessen now open in Nashville
    CLOSE Good news, Nashvillians: There's a new Jewish deli in town that takes its smoked meats, Reubens and bagel sandwiches seriously. Mile End Delicatessen, a famed New York City-based deli named after a neighborhood in Montreal, is now open in the lobby of the Fairlane Hotel at 401 Union St.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 13

Mile End Deli’s Nashville Outpost Is Now Serving Smoked Meats, Poutine, and Much More

Located at 401 Union St. in the ground floor of the 81-room retro-modern boutique hotel, it’s the first expansion of the much-praised New York City-based Montreal-style Jewish deli from owners Noah Bernamoff and Joel Tietolman.

    Mile End Deli's Nashville Outpost Is Now Serving Smoked Meats, Poutine, and Much More
    A week after downtown's Fairlane Hotel welcomed its first guests, it opened its first, and certainly most well-known, restaurant, as Mile End Deli began service last Thursday. Located at 401 Union St. in the ground floor of the 81-room retro-modern boutique hotel, it's the first expansion of the much-praised New York City-based Montreal-style Jewish deli from owners Noah Bernamoff and Joel Tietolman.
    https://nashville.eater.com

Mar 11

Nashville Rep teams up with Lipscomb University to revisit courtroom classic

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

    Nashville Rep teams up with Lipscomb University to revisit courtroom classic
    Collaboration is vital to the success of any theater community. But it's especially exciting to see young artists working side by side with more seasoned stage veterans. Such is the case for Nashville Repertory Theatre, which is teaming up with Lipscomb University to present "Inherit the Wind."
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 10

Seeking local girl for Broadway smash hit “Waitress” coming to TPAC

505 Deaderick Street, Nashville TN

    Seeking local girl for Broadway smash hit "Waitress" coming to TPAC
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Calling all cuties and stage moms! The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) is holding auditions Saturday for a role in the smash hit "Waitress." The character "Lulu" is offered locally in each tour market with two girls chosen to share the role.
    http://wkrn.com

Mar 09

Memphis performance a full-circle moment for 'Wicked' actress

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

    Memphis performance a full-circle moment for 'Wicked' actress
    It was one of those defining moments that Ginna Claire Mason will never forget. It was 2003 and the Brentwood native, who was just 13 years old at the time, was visiting New York City with her father.
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Mar 07

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

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.

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

...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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Mar 06

Street Eats first Tuesday lunch ever is happe...

Street Eats first Tuesday lunch ever is happening today 11-2pm at 4th & Deaderick with: 313 Coney Banh Mi & Roll Factory Bob's Fish Fry Fire & Smoke City Kitchen Cousins Maine Lobster Desi Chef Dezzie’s Hot Chicken IL Forno Pizza Bradley's Curbside Creamery Catfish Cookout Hibachi Jr. King Tut's Laovin It M.L.Rose Food Truck Steaming Goat Music City Brisket The SmoQue Shack Roadhouse Grille MaggieMoo's


Mar 02

The 81-room hotel developed by Nashville-base...

The 81-room hotel developed by Nashville-based Oliver Hospitality opened Thursday at 401 Union St.

    Downtown's newest boutique hotel opens Thursday
    Complete with a 1970s-inspired penthouse and a famed New York City deli, the Fairlane Hotel in downtown Nashville is the latest boutique lodging option to lure guests with upscale amenities. The 81-room hotel developed by Nashville-based Oliver Hospitality opened Thursday at 401 Union St.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 01

Downtown's newest boutique hotel opens Thursday

The 81-room hotel developed by Nashville-based Oliver Hospitality opened Thursday at 401 Union St. 

    Downtown's newest boutique hotel opens Thursday
    Complete with a 1970s-inspired penthouse and a famed New York City deli, the Fairlane Hotel in downtown Nashville is the latest boutique lodging option to lure guests with upscale amenities. The 81-room hotel developed by Nashville-based Oliver Hospitality opened Thursday at 401 Union St.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 01

Nashville might rename downtown Charlotte Avenue after Martin Luther King Jr.

The stretch of Charlotte Avenue that would be affected includes multiple state-owned buildings, including the Tennessee State Capitol, which is at 600 Charlotte Ave. A spokeswoman for Gov. Bill Haslam did not immediately respond to an email seeking the governor's position on the proposal.

    Nashville might rename downtown Charlotte Avenue after Martin Luther King Jr.
    CLOSE The Metro Council is set to consider a proposal to rename the stretch of Charlotte Avenue that is in downtown Nashville after the late Martin Luther King Jr. as the 50th anniversary of the civil rights icon's assassination nears.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Mar 01

Tennessee Performing Arts Center was live — a...

We’re going live with Bailey McCall Thomas and Carl Pariso from ‘Cabaret’!

    Tennessee Performing Arts Center
    We're going live with Bailey McCall Thomas and Carl Pariso from 'Cabaret'!
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Feb 28

Review: Dark and decadent 'Cabaret' is well worth revisiting

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

    Review: Dark and decadent 'Cabaret' is well worth revisiting
    "Cabaret" has always presented a rather unique set of theatrical challenges, walking a fine line between big, sassy musical numbers and the story's ultimately harrowing conclusion. But who can resist another visit to the seedy Kit Kat Klub, where the Emcee, along with Sally Bowles and a rowdy ensemble, take to the stage every night, even as the Third Reich tightens its grip on Germany.
    https://www.tennessean.com

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