Publisher’s Note | April 2011

This month we are excited to showcase several young, amazingly talented artists who are shaking things up on the national scene. The powerful fashion photography of Drew Doggett and the groundbreaking hit songs...
Juan Pont Lezica

Juan Pont Lezica

Think of his daybook as a dance card, an archive of encounters, both anticipated and accidental. A girl with a neon Afro, followed by the arts patron who must be portrayed in a “manner befitting.” Juan Pont...
Japanese Doll

Enchanting Ningyo | The Dolls of Japan

Formerly the imperial capital of Japan, the ancient city of Kyoto is home to traditional arts, temples, festivals, and the Gion District. Here, geiko, a woman of the arts, can still be found in full regalia hea...

Elizabeth Scokin | Takes Flight

Any event planner worth her Manolos knows that the gilded age before the Great Recession has given way to a grueling hangover, even for those who waft through life on a vapor cloud of Annick Goutal, fishtai...
Second Line Parade

Spotlight | Tomato Art Festival

August 14, 2010 For one day out of the year, Music City celebrates friends, neighbors, family and tomatoes at the Tomato Art Fest, to be held Saturday, August 14, in Historic East Nashville. The Seventh An...