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Christie’s Country Music Sale, December 3

Christie's Auction House at 20 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, announced the Country Music sale, the first sale dedicated to the creation, history and evolution of Country Music. Leading the sale is a collection ...

Courage Undaunted

Photo: Anthony Scarlati On October 7 respect was finally paid to Meriwether Lewis. Perfect weather comforted those attending the moving ceremony honoring one of America’s true heroes—Meriwether Lewis ...

Around Town by Ted Clayton

It never ceases to amaze me how charity fundraisers keep coming up with new ideas. Myles Maillie and the Arts and Business Council of Greater Nashville brought together the creative and commercial spheres of Na...

Anything Goes | Greta Gaines

What characteristic do you most like about yourself? I’m funny. Quick to laugh and slow to cry. And what do you like least? I wish I didn’t care so much about what people thought of me. What was...

Hope | In Memory of the St. Jude Children

Joy Ngoma is a student at TSU and majors in TV/Radio Broadcasting and Africana Studies. She has a great interest in documentary films and works with issues that address social injustice. She writes and produc...

Antiques | Appraise It

Black, Starr & Frost Travel Clock This antique, chased and engraved decorated silver clock is identified as Black, Starr & Frost on its sterling case and on the branded clock face of the Swiss-made mov...

Irene Ritter | A Revelation in Stone

When asked about his sculpting technique, Michelangelo famously quipped, “I saw the angel in the marble and I set him free.” This insight into the sculptor’s task defines the work of the stone carver. The painter or draughtsman projects imaginative flights onto a blank canvas or paper. A stone carver must see the potential of her finished project in the raw—find form inert in something formless.

The Germantown Connection

A Neighborhood Creative Spirit Mad Platter Photo: Dean Dixon For many Nashvillians, their first reason to venture into the Germantown neighborhood was the lure of innovative cuisine from the Mad Platter Re...

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