As construction spreads to more rural parts of Davidson County, that’s bringing more developers face to face with cemeteries.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, there’s no more debate about whether it’s too early to blare Christmas music and go see all the lights.
On Charlotte Avenue, there’s a bustling cafe serving lavender lattes and stacked egg sandwiches.
The Café at Thistle Farms is a space filled with cheery conversations, the gentle clinking of silverware against plates and, quieter, the sound of survival.
Nashville’s newest large-scale public art depicts a gigantic bushel basket with 6-foot-long turnip green leaves spilling out. It’s being strung up this week inside the soaring atrium of the Nashville Farmers’ Market.
The Southern Festival of Books is not a political event. But this year, organizers say they couldn’t ignore two of the country’s most pressing issues — immigration and identity.
So they placed them center stage at the 31st edition, which runs Friday through Sunday in downtown Nashville.