News

A Garden’s Love

A Garden’s Love by Tracy In my life I had a friend so dear To me, she was the garden in my heart. She would feed me things I’ve never Seen. So actually she taught me taste. There was such a love in he...

Antiques | Appraise It

19th Century Walking Stick In the collecting world of walking sticks, the varieties of forms and functions are classified in three types: decorative, folk art, and system. While the distinctions can be vague...

Demetria | Tells It Like It Is

There’s probably not a single person in Nashville who doesn’t know her. They invite her into their homes every evening, keep her busy MC’ing events, and rely on her to tell it like it is—good or bad. She is s...
article placeholder

Demetria Kalodimos | A Heartfelt Thanks

They’re in a basket under my desk. And stuffed into one of those photo boxes at home. One is taped on the wall in the kitchen; some are tucked into books and drawers; they’re all over the house. Dozens of cards...
article placeholder

TomKats | Feeding the Arts

by Olivia Sarratt McCarthy | Photography courtesy of TomKats Hollywood’s hottest movie caterer isn’t in hollywood. New York’s top television caterer isn’t in New York. America’s A-list production caterer i...

Southern Festival of Books

The 20th Annual The Southern festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word is a three-day literary Festival celebrated each year during the second full weekend of October. Located on War Memorial Pla...

The Cumberland Society of Painters

The Cumberland Society of Painters along with a few friends traveled to Door County, WI, August 9-15. The group set about capturing the landscape in plein-air sketches and enjoyed the comradeship of painting to...

The Hermitage Hits 100

by Deborah Walden | Photography by Jerry Atnip Ah, if only the walls of the Hermitage Hotel downtown would give up their secrets. Dinner parties for presidents, golden-age starlets of young Hollywood, mother...

Pin It on Pinterest