Arts & Culture
The 2022 Kindling Arts Festival entertained audiences around Nashville last weekend, hosting shows at five venues.
Clarksville native Bonnie Ellingwood loves family and loves helping others feel comfortable in their own skin. White Pony Piercing & Jewelry, which she opened on April 20, provides a way for her two loves to come into their own.
This Saturday, July 30, Antioch will host its first Southeast Community Day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the Southeast Community Center.
The 21st annual Music City Brewer’s Festival presented by Pennington Distilling Company will take place on Saturday, July 23 from 5-9 p.m. at the Music City Walk of Fame Park, located on the lawn of the Hilton Nashville Downtown. The festival will feature one four-hour session with approxima…
MURFREESBORO – Jimi Sowell had me at “three kinds of chess pie and banana pudding.”
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?
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.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials announced plans Monday for construction of the largest expansion to date for Vanderbilt University Hospital, a 15-level inpatient tower that will provide additional adult inpatient beds, operating rooms, clinics and office space.
Scarcity and weirdness. And knock-it-out-of-the-park sandwiches. That pretty much sums up Bill’s Sandwich Palace. Bill’s is a place on the very outer edge of what you think a restaurant should be. Maybe even the next galaxy over.
More than 350 people attended Taste of Rutherford on July 23 at Oaklands Mansion, which hosted the event for the first time.
Tennessee craft ice cream brand Hattie Jane’s Creamery will now be available in the frozen section of Turnip Truck, Nashville’s natural foods grocery store. Six flavors, including two seasonal favorites, are now available for $7.49 per pint in all three store locations, including East Nashvi…
The City of Spring Hill teamed up with Tript Skateboards on Friday to host a skateboard event and contest at the city’s skatepark in an effort to bring awareness and the community together.
The flight deck of an aircraft carrier has the ominous distinction of being called “the most dangerous three acres in the world,” but Greg Breland didn’t care.
Tim Adkins and Chris Cooper both remember being taken to the library a lot as children.
How did Chad Flatt wind up with a flourishing toys and collectibles shop in Watertown, a place where he has welcomed a number of celebrities from the entertainment and sports worlds?
South College Nashville has a dental hygiene clinic that provides cash-pay dental services with reduced prices to the public, including adults and children.
Seniors Helping Seniors Middle Tennessee is now open in Rutherford, Williamson and south Davidson counties.
After several years in the making, "American Idol" alum Grace Leer is releasing her debut self-titled EP in September, and from what we’ve heard so far, we’re all in.
Rising star Charly Reynolds has seen explosive growth in her socials since releasing her single “Rodeo,” the saucy anthem that boosts a catchy melody and light-hearted, relatable lyrics.
Seventeen-year-old Mikayla Lane is branded by her upbringing, lifestyle, personality and passions. Her newest song "Ambush" takes a different spin on a country love song.
Soldiers and Families planning for a summer day trip can find plenty of things to do at the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, or LBL.
Kyle Harman made good on a goal of his when he recently opened Volunteer Cards & Collectibles in downtown Springfield — a place he says will allow local hobby enthusiasts to enjoy some of the many items they like collecting.
For many years, the industry norm had been for animal shelters to keep dogs in their kennels with very few opportunities for physical or mental stimulation.
Vivak Bhatt, M.D., has joined Neighborhood Health as its chief clinical officer, announced Brian Haile, CEO of Neighborhood Health, via news release.
There are countless animals in shelters around the country that need the help and love that every pet deserves.
On Dec. 17, 1903, four miles south of Kitty Hawk, N.C., Orville and Wilbur Wright flew in the world’s first airplane. Their invention would change the world.