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Top 10 Nashville Runs With a Twist

Top Ten races

We all know those dedicated runners who are quick to explain how pounding out mile after mile has changed their entire life. They put those oval 26.2 stickers on their cars, and keep a collection of T-shirts and bibs from the many races they have completed, always trying to set … read more

The Good Steward


Realtors will tell you that East Nashville is trending right now, with vintage homes selling for sky-high prices. Craft breweries, hot restaurants, young professionals … it’s a happening place. But all of that seems light years away from the Community Care Fellowship (CCF) ministry, a single-story building just a block … read more

5 Halloween-Y Things to do in Nashville

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In Nashville, Halloween is not a drill. And despite what the calendar says, it’s not a day either. It’s a full-on season — we’ve got candy, ghost stories, adults playing dress-up. And we’ve definitely got the grand tradition of having just one more drink in the name of seasonal festivity. … read more

Into the ‘Wood

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There are a lot of things people love about Cheekwood. Kelly Terrell’s favorite is a bit surprising. “It’s something we call the ‘sick bed,’” Terrell laughs. She quickly clarifies, “But nobody’s ever really sick!” The “sick bed” is actually a small couch in Terrell’s office where kids can come when … read more

Trash or Treasure?

The up-close approach helps Sarah Drury separate true valuables, such as these silver candlesticks, from the cheaper stuff.

Nashville art & antiques appraiser Sarah Campbell Drury relies on book learning, hard science & a good eye. read more

All I Wanted Was the Internet…


I think it’s safe to say that I thought 2014 was going to be fabulous. I bought myself a car for Christmas, and I was on cloud nine until January 5. That’s when it started to go downhill. My apartment flooded due to a busted pipe, I had to move … read more

Making Art Work

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The job of preparator is a bit of mystery, and not just because no one knows how to pronounce it. (It’s prep-PARE-a-tor.) The inner workings of an art museum are secretive for two reasons: You can’t have someone learning your secrets and going all Thomas Crowne Affair on your watch, … read more

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