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Exclusive Q&A with Trace Adkins

The veteran country artist talks about his new album and shares wisdom for the next generation.

Posted on March 25, 2017 Trace Adkins’ new album Something’s Going On drops March 31 and his tour of the same name continues March 23-August 18. The country singer sat down with us to discuss the process of creating the album, his upcoming tour, and Adkins spends his free time. NL: Can you tell us about the process of making your latest album, Something’s Going On? TA: The process was no different fr...

Rustic Hillside Perch in Brentwood

In this family-friendly Brentwood home, rustic and industrial elements intermingle against a leafy backdrop.

Posted on March 24, 2017 Though Pinterest is flooded with images of built-in bunk beds that would enhance any childhood dream, these ideas rarely get beyond the “Pin” stage of wishful thinking—unless you’re working with interior designer Connie Vernich. While putting details in place for a family-friendly home in Brentwood’s exclusive Windstone neighborhood, she recreated these functional bed...

Top 5 Things to Do this Weekend: March 24-26

Cars, Chili, Commerce, and Charity — get your fill of all these this weekend in Nashville, TN.

Posted on March 23, 2017 iFundWomen Nashville Marketplace — Friday, March 24. 4-6:30 p.m. Free Get in shopping mode for a live crowdfunding marketplace at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. The Office of Mayor Megan Barry hosts iFundWomen Nashville, giving you a chance to one-stop-shop and meet more than 30 women-led local startups—including Morton & Mabel, Lemon Laine, and City Farm Company. (41 Peabody ...

How to Dress Like a Local

Allow us to introduce you to a few of the local brands landing Nashville on the fashion map. They’ve got top-notch leather goods and jewelry to match, in neutral hues that offer a high impact.

Posted on March 22, 2017

Nicky's Coal Fired

One chef blends his Italian-American heritage with the warmth of a coal-fired oven inside a lively, new restaurant in The Nations.

Posted on March 21, 2017 There are subtle nods to chef Tony Galzin’s family all over the new Nicky’s Coal Fired, a restaurant he opened with his wife, Caroline, in The Nations early this year. From the name “Enrico” spelled out in tiles above the massive, two-chamber coal-fired oven (a nod to Tony’s great grandfather) and the family photos on the wall to the restaurant’s namesake (Nick ...

Exclusive Q&A with Sierra Hull

Accomplished mandolinist and vocalist, Sierra Hull talks about her Grammy nomination and upcoming Nashville concert.

Posted on March 20, 2017 There is no direction but up for GRAMMY-nominated mandolinist, Sierra Hull. After a Grand Ole Opry debut at age 11, a Presidential Scholarship to Berklee College of Music, and producing creds on her latest album by banjo-master Bela Fleck—the now 25 year-old vocalist and instrumentalist continues to chart new territory for Americana, Bluegrass, and Roots music. We caught up with Hull before ...

Jewelry Designs by Harvest Jewels and January Moon

It’s no secret that accessories can transform any outfit—jewelry, in particular. Here, two local jewelry makers, Harvest Jewels and January Moon, debut their versatile designs.

Posted on March 19, 2017 January Moon Unimpressed with teething jewelry options on the market when her son, Shepard, now three, began to teethe, Jenny Luckett took matters into her own hands. “I thought to myself, ‘There’s a need here; I can’t be the only mom who wants this,’” she shares. Luckett combined her background in jewelry design with her sleek aesthetic as an artist to c...