As the weeklong holiday of Passover begins Wednesday night, people are adapting to a new reality that’s changing nearly every part of the Jewish observance — including getting the right food on the table.
Typically in Nashville, nearly a dozen group meals are available every day for people who are homeless. But COVID-19 has changed everything.
The Belcourt Theatre, like many of Nashville’s cultural institutions, has found itself navigating new territory in the age of the coronavirus. It faces the challenge of translating the physical experience of an independent movie theater to an accessible, online platform. One solution: livestreaming.
The day after storms cut through Nashville, Fawn Bonning was surprised to see debris on her property in Livingston, Tennessee. She found a photo, some plastic foam and then a well-traveled memento — a menu from High Garden. The tea and herb shop in East Nashville is 100 miles away.
There’s lots of room to spread out at the 56 state parks within Tennessee. That’s the message from the Tennessee State Parks system during the coronavirus update.