Arts & Culture
Artober Nashville, a program of NowPlayingNashville, will celebrate the 11th anniversary of its annual celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee beginning Monday, Sept. 26 through Monday, Oct. 31.
With rocked-up guitars and bluesy country vocals, Tennessee Outlaw Country occupies classic territory somewhere between Hank Jr. and Skynyrd.
The Nashville Film Festival has announced the complete program for the 2022 Creators Conference. This year's festival runs from Sept. 29 to Oct. 5.
This is part of an ongoing series highlighting non-profits in Robertson County.
For the past six years, I feel like I've had a second life that's hard to explain to my everyday friends.
As a mother of two young children, I’ve given a lot of thought about technology use among kids. There are both negatives and positives to screentime, so finding that healthy balance is crucial for today’s youth.
Tornado sirens. Alarm clocks. Doorbells. Even her name.
Throughout September, there is a celebration of Healthy Aging Month, which addresses the keys to healthy living and brain health — vital to aging well.
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Contemporary arts center OZ Arts Nashville has announced its 10th season of performances.
SEWANEE — Some folks have a green thumb. Seems like 21-year-old Oliver Hutchens has two of them and maybe eight green fingers to boot.
For 28 years, David Collins has been a bright light in the Sumner County school system — lifting the spirits of hundreds of students through his music and chorus classes.
The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Band joined the Romanian Navy Band Aug. 8-15 to celebrate the country’s 120th anniversary of Navy Day, playing traditional Romanian songs as well as some of America’s favorites in several locations.
Fairview’s Tyler Merryman loves to fish, but more than that he loves introducing the sport of fishing to others.
Carol Sullivan wore several hats in her 30-plus-year tenure as an employee of the Town of Burns, the most recent one being Town Recorder.
King Tut’s is a food truck that doesn’t move.
The Steam Boys menu consists almost entirely of varieties of bao buns and dumplings, two of God’s finest creations.
JW Marriott Nashville Chef John Ford has been promoted to executive chef of the hotel’s culinary operation from his previous role as executive sous chef.
This year, at age 74, Fay Golczynski finally had the opportunity to fulfill her dream by taking her first international mission trip.
SAN CRISTÓBAL, Dominican Republic -- The principle of "The more you know, the more you realize you don’t know" definitely applies to me and the Spanish language.
For the past 10 years, Murfreesboro-based Re-Vision, Inc. has been connecting American churches with churches in the Dominican Republic that are trying to combat generational poverty in their communities.
Sincere apologies for my two weeks of silence. By now you are probably thinking alien abduction or something like that. The truth is that I have been out of the country.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about how Benton County once changed the person the county is named for without changing the name. This led a reader to ask me about how many towns in Tennessee have actually changed their names.
A pastor leads his flock down the narrow right way, but what happens when that same pastor hits a dramatic detour and needs help for himself?
In the past few years, a name that kept showing up in my feed was Chase Wright. (Not to be confused with another country singer/songwriter: Chase Rice.)
To be honest, I am overwhelmed by the number of talented artists that perform daily in Nashville. I find I must carefully schedule who I see and what I write about.
Four legends of Music City will be honored posthumously with induction into the Music City Walk of Fame: country-folk and Americana singer-songwriter John Prine; influential country and pop vocalist Patsy Cline; Dr. Paul T. Kwami, musical director of the Fisk Jubilee Singers for 28 years; an…
Next Monday marks the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of David Reimens, a gifted stone mason, artist and Bohemian soul who made his home in a tree house between Watertown and Shop Springs.
A retired doctor and board member of the Nashville Steam Preservation Society has quietly assembled one of the more impressive model railways in Tennessee.
On Dec. 5, 1900, an advertisement appeared on Page 5 of the Nashville American advertising “building stone” for sale near the corner of Eighth Avenue and Church Street.
Blippi, a boisterous blue and orange dressed character from the internet that delights toddlers worldwide, paid a visit to Clarksville on Tuesday, July 19 to tape an episode with a special contest winner.
On Thursday, July 14, the Robertson County History Museum was featured on a segment of the Nashville Public Television program Tennessee Crossroads.
World War II Veteran Billy Bradley of Portland, passed away on July 12, 2022 at age 98. He received full Military Honors at Old Brush Cemetery with the United States Army representing the military. American Legion Riders were present at the funeral and at the grave site.