"Beauty equals enhancing what you already have and instilling confidence in yourself. That's the best thing you can do to feel beautiful," proclaims Allee-Sutton Hethcoat, a 28-year-old former Miss Tennessee and Miss USA/current actress, model and lawyer who was born and raised in Franklin.
Dr. Elizabeth Baker, owner of Maryland Farms Chiropractic, believes maternity leaves are unnecessarily short. So when her assistant, Melody Blackwell, had her daughter, Dr. Liz worked out creative solutions for all involved.
Talking Competition, Family and Life with a CrossFit Legend Article Nicolette Martin | Photography Paul Versluis About 80 miles east of Nashville, among the winding roads of Putnam County, Tennessee, between a brick house and an old red barn, there’s a gravel road. It’s easy to miss in the expanse of rolling hills that, in … Continued
Whether you are a newcomer to the area or have been here for years, chances are you have heard about Brentwood’s own Dr. Dennis Wells, owner of the Nashville Center for Aesthetic Dentistry. Dr. Wells has a reputation for transforming smiles artistically with ultra-conservative techniques. Although Dr. Wells has designed the smiles of many celebrities, models, executives and others in…
Have Some Outdoor Fun this Summer with Lawn Games Perfect for any Get-Together, then Cool Off with a Couple Sweet Treats. Article Nicolette Martin Mölkky Throwing Game Dick’s Sporting Goods, $29.99 Playing Mölkky: In this Finnish throwing game, use a wooden pin (mölkky) to knock over wooden pins (skittles). Be the first to reach exactly 50 points to win! … Continued
A new school year is well underway and for students who plan on going to college, now is the time to set those plans in motion. Jamie Kennedy, managing director of Bluebell Academic Consulting, has a unique role in helping students, and their families, do just that.
Every year around this time, O’More College of Design students are immersed in preparations for the college’s spring Fashion Show. At the event on May 12, junior and senior students will showcase the hard work they’ve put in throughout the year, as is tradition. But this year, the Fashion Show will be a bit different—and even more meaningful.
To say Avery Billington has a lot going on is an understatement. The Brentwood Academy senior runs track, is captain of the girls’ soccer team, is athletic editor of the yearbook and is on the student leadership team, to name just a few activities. Yet, Avery still finds time for the pursuit dearest to her heart: volunteering with special needs…