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How to Support the Black Community in Middle Tennessee (NowPlayingNashville)
Some of you are looking for ways to help support Black-Owned Businesses, others are looking for nonprofits to give back to in the community. We have you covered with a thorough list of how to support the Black community in Middle Tennessee right now.
Brandi Carlile raises funds for racial justice during virtual birthday show (Tennessean)
Between songs, Carlile asked viewers to donate to a justice relief fund organized by Looking Out Foundation, a nonprofit she and the Hanseroth brothers launched in 2008. The fund benefits equality advocacy groups Black Visions Collective and Collective Zero.
Out-of-work musician making dough selling bread (WSMV)
What do you do when you lose your job to the coronavirus, but still have to pay the bills? One well-respected Nashville musician turned to his oven.
Your Friday Party Plans Lie Ahead, With Margo McCormack and Deb Paquette (Nashville Scene)
This Friday, June 5, should be a remarkable day of celebration for two of the city’s favorite culinarians, as Margot McCormack and Deb Paquette are both throwing entertaining parties.
Nashville Zoo Reopens on June 15th (NowPlayingNashville)
After three months of closure, Nashville Zoo will be reopening their gates to a limited attendance on June 15. Advance tickets go on sale June 1.
Frist Art Museum Reopens June 22 (NowPlayingNashville)
The Frist Art Museum will reopen June 22 with an initial members-only period. With continued improvement/stability, the exhibition galleries will reopen to the general public on July 1 with required advance timed ticketing.
NASCAR returning to Nashville Superspeedway in 2021 (WKRN)
Nashville Superspeedway will hold a Cup race for the first time next season, ending NASCAR’s decade-long absence from the track.
Tennessee small businesses getting $200M in COVID-19 relief (The Center Square)
A new $200 million grant program will provide Tennessee small businesses with economic relief payments after the response to the coronavirus pandemic caused many businesses across the state to shut down or curtail operations.
Nashville Sports Council to hold ‘Virtual 5K Run’ in June (WKRN)
From the NFL Draft to the Stanley Cup Playoffs and the SEC Tournament, Music City has shown to be successful when it comes to hosting major sporting events.
‘Good-To-Go’ plan aims to bring visitors back to Music City (Fox 17 Nashville)
After the city has lost hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation unveiled a new plan called “Good-To-Go” on Thursday to bring visitors back into the city.