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MUSIC CITY SKINNY | NOVEMBER 15, 2019

New to Nashville? Here’s Where to Eat on Thanksgiving Day (NowPlayingNashville) Featuring 75+ dining options for Nashville area locals and tourists alike. BWW Review: THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL Brings Spectacular Visuals, Startling Energy to Nashville's TPAC…

New to Nashville? Here’s Where to Eat on Thanksgiving Day (NowPlayingNashville)
Featuring 75+ dining options for Nashville area locals and tourists alike.

BWW Review: THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL Brings Spectacular Visuals, Startling Energy to Nashville’s TPAC (Broadway World Nashville)
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Spongebob Squarepants, of course – and now, the ambitious but kind, optimistic yet somehow down-to-earth “simple sponge” is taking his show on the road in a colorful, fun-filled, peripatetic and eye-poppingly surreal musical fresh off Broadway: The Spongebob Musical.

Hearts of Our People Shows Native American Traditions Are Alive and Well (Nashville Scene)
There’s a small painting whose quiet corner you might overlook in the massive, impressive exhibition now on display at the Frist. But its message is loud and clear. “Bambi Makes Some Extra Bucks Modeling at the Studio,” by America Meredith, depicts an instructor as she points sternly to an electric-blue deer in front of a trio of art students at easels.

New Heights Brewing Co. Celebrates Three Years of Beers This Weekend (Nashville Scene)
Tucked away on 928 5th Ave. South near the Nashville City Cemetery, (yes, that one) New Heights Brewing Company can be tough to locate for the casual beer drinker, but those in the know have been seeking it out for three years now.

Nashville Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ trailer features Draper Witherspoon (News 4)
Nashville Ballet’s newly released trailer for Nashville’s Nutcracker kicks of the holiday season starring Draper Witherspoon alongside a few of the Ballet’s professional dancers according to a news release.

The Art of Healing: Cuban artist and Vanderbilt professor Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons wants to change the world through art (Vanderbilt Magazine)
Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Art, is enjoying her time as a new resident of the American South. The Cuban-born artist was recently in Birmingham, Alabama, where she began a performance by addressing the crowd directly. “If you stay with me for a long enough time,” she told them, “you are going to love me.”

Food Truck Festival brings food diversity to Nashville (MTSU Sidelines)
On Saturday evening, November 10, Nashville’s Food Truck Festival commenced near the famous pedestrian bridge in downtown Nashville– with food trucks not like ones patrons would normally see at other festivals.

BMI honors Dwight Yoakam, top country songwriters (13 WTHR)
Country music singer, songwriter and actor Dwight Yoakam was honored by performing rights organization BMI for his trailblazing and highly unique style of California country rock.