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Youth Poet Laureate Haviland Whiting

Nashville’s fourth youth poet laureate brings wisdom with her words.

Posted on March 19, 2018 What Haviland Whiting remembers most about the moment she heard her name announced as the 2018 Nashville youth poet laureate was hearing her father in the audience cheering. “I heard my dad in the back yelling, the very back of the huge Vanderbilt auditorium. He was so excited,” Whiting, 16, recalls. At the previous year’s competition—an annual spoken word event hosted by...

Sneak Peek: Walden

Expect affordable drinks and top-notch service in a relaxed East Nashville setting.

Posted on March 15, 2018 Walden Located in East Nashville, Walden is a local hangout featuring 36 taps (all under $10) and a dog-friendly patio. The 2,000-square-foot space is open seven days a week, offering a comfortable environment, top-notch customer service, and a quality, affordable menu of drinks and shareable plates. (Brunch and late night menus are still in the works.) All interior and exterior murals were de...

Kristin Cavallari’s Guide to Nashville

She's a mother of three, TV personality, jewelry and shoe designer, and New York Times best-selling author. Here, Kristin Cavallari proves she knows her way around Nashville, too.

Posted on March 13, 2018 She may be forever associated with Laguna Beach, but Kristin Cavallari knows her way around the Nashville area. The idyllic photos from her new cookbook, True Roots: A Mindful Kitchen with More Than 100 Recipes Free of Gluten, Dairy, and Refined Sugar, were shot at Bloomsbury Farm, and you’ll find a few of her other favorite local spots below. Place for brunch: Cafe Roze Coff...

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Nashville

Find out what's happening in Nashville around St. Paddy’s—you’re in for a a bit o’ luck and a lot of green.

Posted on March 12, 2018 Festivals and Parties Kegs & Eggs HQ Beercade — 114 2nd Ave S Tickets: $30 Time: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. hq-nashville.com/kegsandeggs Luck of the Irish St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl Midtown — Winners Bar & Grill, Whiskey Rhythm Saloon, The Slider House, and DawgHouse Saloon Tickets: $17.77 Time: 11 a.m. pubcrawls.com Main Street Brewfest Historic Downt...

Local Collaboration: Oil + Lumber and Inkwell Films

A partnership between a clothing company and a filmmaker brings wardrobe staples to life.

Posted on March 07, 2018 A shared workspace brought filmmaker Ben Skipworth and clothing designer Ethan Summers together: Both entrepreneurs operate from a warehouse building known as “The Hill,” located near the Fairgrounds. Together, the two put together a passion piece-an inspiring video that tells the story behind Summers’ Oil + Lumber brand, a streetwear-influenced menswear collection that celebr...

Drink of the Month: Unconventional Love

Posted on March 05, 2018 Unconventional Love Curated by one of NYC’s top bartenders, the Unconventional Love perfectly couples the sweet and fiery flavors love embodies in every one of us. Its unanticipated tropical notes for a winter libation serve as a reminder that love can be found in unexpected moments, unfamiliar places, and unconventional ways—serving as the perfect drink for those deeply in love, e...

Date Nights in Nashville

Whether it’s your first, your 15th, or your 50th date, Nashville has no shortage of spots for a night out. Here, we turn to the experts, taking cues from a few well-known local couples on their favorite date nights in town.

Posted on March 03, 2018 >>> Nashville’s Best New Bars  

Singer-Songwriter Tegan Marie

Tegan Marie is taking country music to the next generation.

Posted on March 01, 2018 Fourteen-year-old Tegan Marie has been called the “Princess of Gen Z,” and the country music singer-songwriter is just getting started. In the past year, Marie, who hails from Flint, Michigan, performed at the Ryman, released her debut single, “Keep It Lit,” with a video to match, performed on the TODAY Show, and sold out the first ticketed show at the Opry City Stage in N...

Nashville’s Best New Bars

Whether you like a French bordeaux or good draft beer, it’s officially happy hour in Nashville. With as many new spots as there are cranes in the air, from neighborhood pubs to craft cocktail bars, it’s easer than ever to get a great drink in Music City. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite new places below.

Posted on February 28, 2018 Attaboy Attaboy gives its guests clear instructions: When they walk up to the nondescript grey building in East Nashville, marked only by the image of a chicken riding a motorcycle, there is a sign on the door that reads, “Please knock gently.” Once inside the dimly lit speakeasy, though, this offshoot of a New York bar by the same name is relaxed, and the bartenders tailor the exp...

Nashville Moment: Liz Veyhl

Liz Veyhl founded Small World Yoga in 2014, bringing yoga to diverse communities. This year, she’s taking another leap, opening Nashville’s first nonprofit yoga studio.

Posted on February 26, 2018 Liz Veyhl, Nonprofit Founder In 2014, Liz Veyhl founded Small World Yoga (SWY), a nonprofit that makes yoga available to diverse communities that don’t otherwise have access. The need was clearly there: In 2017 alone, the organization doubled in size, from serving 30 partner locations to 57. Now, more than 1,300 people take advantage of the free asanas offered in libraries, schools, s...

At Home with Nancy Vienneau and Bill Neill

Scaling back from a Belmont four-square, one couple decided to go small and streamlined.

Posted on February 22, 2018 No single flash of insight prompted us to change everything, leave our lovingly restored century-old four square on Belmont Boulevard, and downsize into a custom-built modern home. Like many big decisions, ours arrived in increments. Boomers with children grown and married, we had rooms unused in our 3,300-square-foot abode. We were growing weary of the upkeep demanded by a Victorian-era home. ...