Ellington’s Restaurant “Pops Up” as Dorsia this Halloween (NowPlayingNashville)
Ellington’s Restaurant on the fourth floor of the Fairlane Hotel pops up as the exclusive, Dorsia, this Halloween in celebration of the film American Psycho’s twentieth anniversary.
Flying Buffaloes staging mobile concerts to aid Nashville music venues (News 4 Nashville)
The Flying Buffaloes will be performing throughout Nashville on Sunday to raise money for the Music Venue Alliance Nashville.
Journey, Chicago and Rascal Flatts Supergroup Announce First Show (Anti Music)
The recently formed Supergroup The Rise Above, featuring members of Journey, Chicago and Rascal Flatts, have announced that they will be playing a special benefit show for their debut live performance.
Stranger Things pop-up bar opens again at Headquarters Beercade in Nashville (Fox 17 Nashville)
Nashvillians may not ever get to the Upside Down or Hawkins High – but they can be transported to another world right here in Music City.
Nashville Rep cancels its 2020-2021 season because of the pandemic (Tennessean)
Art imitates life — the theater company will pivot to online programs, including one called Little Hollow, Tennessee, about a small-town museum that goes online after a global pandemic strikes.
Paula Deen Brings Her Flavor of Southern Cooking to Nashville with a Massive New Family Restaurant (Sounds Like Nashville)
Since the 1990’s Paula Deen has been one of the most notable faces of down-home Southern food, stretching back to the days when she first opened her first restaurant, The Lady & Sons, in downtown Savannah, GA.
Former Preds captain fundraiser aims, fires at helping local non-profits (WSMV)
It’s no secret that it’s been a tough year, but those feeling a huge impact include non-profits and charities in our area. That’s why events like the one hosted by former Predators captain Mike Fisher, are all important.
Nashville Cares Virtual Aids Walk (WKRN)
Charities are finding new ways to raise money due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outlaw country singer Billy Joe Shaver dies at 81 (The Franklin News-Post)
Outlaw country singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, who wrote songs like “Honky Tonk Heroes,” “I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train” and “Old Five and Dimers Like Me,” has died. He was 81.
Big Joe’s cooking skills put to the test at Caffe Nonna for Italian-American Heritage Month (News 4 Nashville)
With all the craziness of 2020 happening, you might not know that October is Italian-American Heritage Month.
Acme Feed & Seed closing temporarily (News Break)
Acme Feed & Seed will be closing its doors temporarily citing the lack of enforcement of mandates as the reason.
Cam Reaches Out a Hand With The Otherside (Nashville Scene)
At the end of Cam’s new record The Otherside is a song that the standout country artist jokingly calls her “author’s note.” She wrote the tune with The Highwomen’s Natalie Hemby during a quiet session at home.
Writers of Color Consider What It Means to Belong in the South (Nashville Scene)
A Measure of Belonging: Twenty-One Writers of Color on the New American South considers the varying societal access points for people of color below the Mason-Dixon line.