It looms large over the city, watching, protecting. With more than 30 floors, a glass atrium and its own winter garden, the tallest building in Nashville boasts more than 600 feet tall. It’s featured on the state of Tennessee driver’s license.
Elise R. Kendrick is a painter who uses bright colors, text and linocut collage to visually communicate information about her subjects. With each brush stroke, her goal is to capture the inner essence of the people she places on canvas.
Assembly Food Hall, the preeminent downtown dining and entertainment destination announced today the addition of Han’s Banh Mi & Pho, an authentic Vietnamese cuisine serving the Nashville community since 2019.
The plot follows Johnny Baker, whom Douglas plays, believes he is the best fiddler that’s ever lived, and he aims to prove it.
In December 1961, the exhibition Art From Africa of Our Time opened at the Harmon Foundation in New York. Earlier that same year, the Freedom Riders began protesting segregation across the American South, and the Museum of Modern Art exhibited its first work of contemporary African art. That convergence is more than coincidence.
Based in Los Angeles since its inception in 1966, the Academy of Country Music (ACM) officially opened its new headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee, on December 14.
On a night that was years in the making, Brenda Lee and Ray Stevens were honored with the Cecil Scaife Visionary Award, which raises money for the Cecil Scaife Endowment at the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business at Belmont University.