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Walt Disney Animation Studios recently announced it will collaborate with Lighthouse Immersive Studios, the producers of the blockbuster Immersive Van Gogh, to develop Disney Animation: Immersive Experience, which is going to Lighthouse ArtSpace venues across North America in early 2023. 

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The new owners of Richland Fine Art Gallery will celebrate the reopening with a first look weekend on Nov. 19-20 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Fresh off its Emmy Award win for the televised adaptation, Nashville’s Nutcracker will return to TPAC Dec. 9–24, 2022. Deemed Music City’s favorite holiday tradition, this year’s production will feature the beloved, unique-to-Nashville story, plus live music by the Nashville Symphony and a b…

A quarter-century-old Watertown business will shutter its doors on Tuesday, Jan. 31, its owner said, and will be missed dearly by locals and day-trippers alike.

Scammers are preparing to tap into your accounts, get your information and steal your money and peace of mind. Better Business Bureau is providing a few tips to help consumers avoid scams in 2023. Weight loss scams, employment scams, phishing scams and puppy scams are all common scams that c…

Like many Nashvillians, Angela Leach wants a fresh start in 2023. She wants to make a better life for herself, find a house, get a job and finish training her dog, 1-year-old Max Leach.

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DeeDee Melton first heard about midwifery in 2019 when she was pregnant with her first child. The term made her think of the Netflix show "Call the Midwife," set in the 1950s and 1960s.



While the snow, ice and colder temperatures coming this week are major inconveniences for most of us, for individuals with dementia, they can be life-threatening. The fact that the winter storm’s arrival coincides with the holidays is creating a quandary for families as they consider travel,…

From now through the day after Christmas, Tim Reed's Wilson County yard will be jam-packed with an incredible assortment of Noel-related figures that includes five Nativity sets, 20 Santas, reindeer, snowmen, angels, candy canes, gingerbread men and a mailbox for letters bound for the North Pole.

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Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, started Sunday night and runs through Dec. 25. Across Nashville, Jewish congregations and other community organizations are hosting events to commemorate the celebration.


When I think of what country music ought to sound like, a voice very much like Emily Ann Roberts’ is what comes to mind. I suppose part of the reason she sings and talks “right” to me is that she was raised in Knoxville, not too far from where I was reared.

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Colton James hails from a small town near Franklin, Virginia. Both of his grandmothers played piano and organ at church, while his mother had a strong singing voice. James started singing at church at age 4 and continued doing music at church and plays at his Christian school.

Now in its 50th holiday season, Hidden Hollow’s Christmas Light Spectacular, the largest Christmas light display in the Upper Cumberland, is sparkling with a myriad of lights that may number as high as a million.