Where to Eat on Christmas (NowPlayingNashville)
Christmas comes but once a year — but it doesn’t mean you have to cook. Here are some options for dining out on Christmas Day.
Year in Music 2019: The Year in Ven-News (Nashville Scene)
Nashville’s jam-packed live music scene has undergone an extraordinary amount of movement — up, down and sideways — in 2019.
‘Hamilton’ in Nashville: Here’s how to get $10 tickets for show’s run at TPAC (News Channel 5)
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center has released information on its “Hamilton” lottery as the show nears its Nashville run.
Sugar Shock: Baking Christmas (Nashville Scene)
Four local bakers and food bloggers share their favorite holiday cookie recipes.
New York company confirms Germantown entertainment complex, reveals opening date (Nashville Business Journal)
A forthcoming entertainment complex now has an opening date for its Germantown location. Brooklyn Bowl — which includes a bowling alley, music venue, a restaurant and bars — is set to open on March 14; Brooklyn Bowl currently has locations in Brooklyn and Las Vegas.
BWW Review: NASHVILLE’S NUTCRACKER at Tennessee Performing Arts Center (Broadway World Nashville)
Artistic Director Paul Vasterling has set Nashville’s Nutcracker with the Nashville Symphony at the 1897 Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Here, Drosselmeyer introduces Clara to the magical imagination and diversity of Nashville.
Tennessee recruits to put pen to paper on Early Signing Day (WKRN)
Tis the season for college football recruiting. The early signing period starts Wednesday, meaning athletes from all across the country will be putting pen to paper with the universities and colleges of their choice.
Kenny Chesney Expands Chillaxification 2020 Tour With Amphitheater Shows (Rolling Stone)
Kenny Chesney has nearly doubled his 2020 touring schedule with the announcement of several amphitheater performances on the Chillaxification Tour. These shows will take place between the singer’s larger stadium gigs next spring and summer.
Vanderbilt to screen silent film ‘The Ten Commandments’ with live organist Jan. 13 (Vanderbilt University)
Vanderbilt Divinity School will host a screening of Cecil B. DeMille’s 1923 silent film The Ten Commandments on Jan. 13. The event will take place at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 222 Belle Meade Blvd., at 7:30 p.m., and is free and open to the public.
Lipscomb University gets record-setting $15 million donation (Stock Daily Dish)
Lipscomb University announced Monday it had received a $15 million donation — the largest in its history — to fund a new events center and other initiatives for the College of Entertainment & the Arts.