The inspiring musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Color Purple will make a joyful noise at the Roxy Regional Theatre beginning Friday, Aug. 5, at 8 p.m.
This week’s featured artist is Andy King! Andy is a painter and a teacher of art and art history. In his oil paintings, he demonstrates elements of the Symbolists, Surrealism, Disrupted Realism, Shan Shui painting, and German Expressionism.
Unless you messed up (like I did) and started a raised-bed garden on a deck that only gets a couple hours of sun a day, your homegrown tomatoes should be showing off and showing out right about now. The folks at Green Door Gourmet are professional farmers, so they don’t make rookie mistakes like mine.
Presented by My Wine Society, the social engagement app platform for the global wine community, multiple stages will welcome an eclectic lineup of Grammy winners, household names, viral stars, and hometown notables.
For more than 20 years, the Jefferson Street Jazz and Blues Festival has been a much-anticipated highlight of the summer and a North Nashville community staple.
The Ida B. Wells Fund partners with artist – activists across a spectrum of creative disciplines. This year, the fund has two new developments – a new curatorial leadership of chromatic black™’s Artistic Director, Jessica Green and three categories—short-form filmmaking, creative placemaking and visual arts.
“I’m over the moon about this year’s New Year’s bash at the Ryman,” shared Ketch Secor. “After 14 consecutive seasons of ringing in the new year from the stage of the world-renowned Mother Church of Country Music, our band has figured out a few secrets to throwing a great party in Downtown Nashville.