An afternoon and evening of community camaraderie, food, fun and entertainment was provided to Brentwood residents and supporters in June at Crockett Park as part of the city's series of 50th birthday celebrations. The event included a kids zone, food trucks, beer garden and a variety of live musicians. For commemorative items to purchase, visit BrentwoodTN50.org/Store. Photography by John … Continued
Nashville is the first U.S. city to debut the newest pop-up dinner theater phenomenon popular in Europe, Dubai and China. Go West Creative partnered with acclaimed Nashville restaurant The Chef & I to immerse guests into interactive dining experiences within the imaginary land of Hoshena. The show runs though Sept. 29; visit Eventbrite.com for tickets at $175 per person.
BMW of Nashville partnered with B. Riley Wealth Management to support the Davis House Child Advocacy Center by hosting a private screening of The Lion King for guests who donated 200 stuffed animals to be used as support gifts at the center with victims of child abuse. The dealership also is supporting the center at an … Continued
To shine light on the conversation and create more professional opportunities for women in culinary, Audi partnered with the James Beard Foundation to launch the Audi Summer Culinary Series, a female-led pop-up restaurant experience in four cities across the country. This series kicked off in Nashville at the time of the new Audi Q3 vehicle launch.
The Holistic Connection, founded by husband and wife duo Jake and Kate Ducey, delivers alternative wellness solutions to their community and beyond. They celebrated the grand opening of their location at 1722 General George Patton Drive in Brentwood this June. Open Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m.–8 p.m. and Sunday from noon–5 p.m. TheHolisticConnectionTN.com
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.