Artober in Nashville is back with ‘Purpose’ (Tennessee Performing Arts Center)
Artober Nashville, the annual month-long celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee by NowPlayingNashville.com and the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, is back with “Purpose.”
Nashville hires new Metro Arts executive director (The Tennessean)
The arts commission last week unanimously voted to hire Caroline Vincent, the department’s interim director in recent months, to be the next executive director of the recently re-branded Metro Arts: the Nashville Office of Arts + Culture.
Well-loved Nashville coffee shop is headed to the east side (Nashville Business Journal)
Crema, a popular downtown coffee shop, is readying to open a new facility in one of East Nashville’s up-and-coming neighborhoods.
Fall Guide 2018: Art (Nashville Scene)
Our picks for Nashville’s best fall art offerings include Off the Wall’s Charlotte Avenue mural, shows at David Lusk and more.
Cam Brings Eric Church, Colbie Caillat and Emily Saliers to the Ryman And Gets Real About Country Radio Live (CMT.com)
When Cam brought her Road to Happiness Tour to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Wednesday (Sept. 26), she showed everyone there that she is among the most articulate and introspective country performers in recent history.
PredsFest – FREE (Nashville Parent)
Head downtown for this inaugural event kicking off the 2018-19 hockey season with the Nashville Predators. Activities include live music, games, inflatables, photo ops, skating with Preds Alumni (sign up in advance and bring your own skates), equipment sales, GNASH’s Closet Cleanout ($5 donation to the Nashville Predators Foundation) and more.
The new chef at one of Nashville’s most praised restaurants is ready to ‘push harder’ (Nashville Business Journal)
The newly named executive chef at Husk Nashville is taking over the SoBro restaurant at a time when the city’s culinary community is crowded with more competing options than she’s seen in her four and a half years in Nashville.