Jack Spencer, Al Little in Field, 2014, Yazoo City, Mississippi
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Predators push winning streak to 10 games by beating Anaheim Ducks (The Tennessean)
The Predators defeated the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday to win their franchise-record 10th game in a row
Nashville Children’s Theatre uses arts to help families heal after school shootings (WZTV)
As families continue to cope after recent school shootings in Florida and Kentucky, the Nashville Children’s Theatre has a new play that is helping midstate families with the healing process.
Humor and Wit are the Most Sacred Virtues in Rami Shapiro’s Holy Rascals (Nashville Scene)
Shapiro will discuss his manifesto for spiritual-but-not-religious people at Parnassus and Scarritt Bennett.
Ed Temple Documentary Screening and Celebration Set for March 14 (Nashville Pride)
Tennessee State University will be host a screening of the newly released documentary film “Ed Temple and the Tigerbelles”, followed by celebration of the legendary track and field coach Ed Temple and the storied women’s track team.
Jack Spencer (Nashville Arts Magazine)
For renowned photographer Jack Spencer, Mississippi-born and Nashville-residing, the image captured by his camera, be it a digital file or a negative, has always been a jumping-off point.
Things To Do In Nashville In March (NowPlayingNashville)
It’s hard to believe that spring is already among us in Nashville. Explore this list of things to do in Nashville in March.
Country singers ditch fear of being ‘Dixie Chicked,’ speak out (The Tennessean)
Recent months have seen major artists and industry leaders speak out about gay rights and race issues, gun control and sexual harassment in the industry.
The Theater Bug Announces 2nd Annual Bug Ball (Broadway World)
The benefit dinner will be hosted by Drew & Jonathan Scott of HGTV’s Property Brothers.