Tri Star's newest addition to the team, a robot now named Surgio, recently received its moniker from a winning second-grader at Granbery Elementary School. The two teachers are Ms. Frein and Mrs. Rahman.
Throughout the month of April, chef Reuben Sliva, owner of Franklin Soul, donated portions of patrons’ tabs to two worthy nonprofits: Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary and Harpeth Conservancy. Folks came to feed their soul and to make the world a little better in the process.
Community volunteers and Nashville leaders Betsy Schubring Crossley, Vicki Hearn Horne, Lelan Statom and Cigna-HealthSpring were honored as FiftyForward marked its 30th annual Crown Affair on Thursday, April 25. The Crown Affair raises funds to benefit the more than 20,000 individuals affected by FiftyForward each year in Middle Tennessee.
The popular biannual art show and reception featured local area artists displaying their unique artwork to the public, real estate professionals, affiliated partners and vendors, friends, family and the general public.
With the grand opening of its newest office in Brentwood, CSPS serves as Middle Tennessee’s exemplary full-service cosmetic practice. Under the supervision of board-certified plastic surgeons—Drs. John Moore, M.D., and Paul Papillion, M.D.—CSPS offers three stories of non-surgical and surgical options, state-of-the-art operating rooms and more than 125 years of combined provider experience.
Nashville’s ultra artsy 21c Museum Hotel served as the ideal venue to welcome Mark Murphy, OZ Arts' new artistic director. Under Mark's leadership, OZ Arts will continue pushing boundaries, leaning forward and bringing brave new art to Music City. Photography by Tiffany Bessire