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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
The Ultimate Music City Bowl Guide (NowPlayingNashville)
Are you Wildcats fans and thinking about traveling to Nashville for this year’s Music City Bowl? Let us help plan your visit to our city including Tickets, Stadium Rules, Where to Stay, Where to Eat and More Things to Do.
Haynes Galleries exhibit celebrates legacy of Nashville artist Anton Weiss (The Tennessean)
Haynes Galleries in Franklin presents “Anton Weiss: Abstraction,” a fundraising exhibition that celebrates the legacy of revered Nashville artist Anton Weiss.
Year in Music 2017: An Update on Nashville’s DIY Spaces (Nashville Scene)
We check in with Drkmttr, Queen Ave and The Glass Menage
Piedmont Natural Gas teams up with School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Community College (WKRN)
The School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Community College is giving students both the technical and business skills to be chefs and restauranteurs.
Chris Stapleton: 2017’s humble country music juggernaut (The Tennessean)
Stapleton’s three Grammy nominations cap a year that also includes two chart-topping album releases (“From A Room: Volume 1” and “From A Room: Volume 2”), a sold-out arena tour, and trophies from the Country Music Association for Album and Male Vocalist of the Year.
Nashville Children’s Theatre Stages Copeland’s Adaptation of CINDERELLA (Broadway World Nashville)
Nashville Children’s Theatre (NCT), the nation’s oldest professional theatre for young audiences, announces the return of its holiday event “Cinderella,” in what will be the third and final year NCT has produced this wintertime Cinderella.
Let It Snow! Artists’ Snow Globes Capture the Human Condition with Glass and Water (Nashville Arts Magazine)
Visitors can discover these mysterious worlds in miniature at the “Snowbound” exhibit that will run through January 14 at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art. The show is paired with the museum’s “Holiday Lights” extravaganza.
The Sporting Life: Nashville’s Nutcracker Edition (Nashville Pride)
Nashville Ballet is celebrating 10 Years of Nashville’s “Nutcracker” each weekend through Saturday, December 23. This holiday favorite debuts new elements, including snow in the audience.