Explore your city today! 10/4 good buddy? :)

I love all that this city has to offer and here is what I would do today in Nashville

Start at the Belcourt Theater at 10AM for a show- Mary Poppins 5$ All Ages


Then head over to Demonbreun Hill and be entertained by watching a couple heats of Adults racing kids big wheels Race the Hill benefits Renewal House All Ages

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Then get some lunch at Centennial Park at some of Nashville’s food trucks while listening to Free music in the park at MUSICIANS CORNER and enjoy the Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival  going on in the park and pick up some

Christmas Gifts in the Global Market #supportlocal #nonprofit

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Then head to the First Annual SoNa Fest at Dudley Park (4th & Chestnut) and take a family photo in their pumpkin patch – going on till 9pm


 Stop in for the Launch of #SpruceBeersteen AT JACKALOPE BREWING COMPANY


Then ARTCRAWL Houston Station and Downtown Nashville

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End your day with a Fashion Show at MERCY LOUNGE GQ Presents SETSTYLE


BarCamp Nashville Interview

Listen to Nicole’s interview with Joe Smith aka/the art dude { artdudegraphics.com } and this years Chair of the Crew for BarCamp Nashville.

‘First held in Nashville in 2007, BarCamp Nashville is a free, technology-focused “unconference” that is equal parts networking, knowledge-building and fun. BarCamp has become the premier technology and digital event in the city, bringing together the best minds and representations of the top companies in the mobile and web development, entrepreneurial and software industries, among others.

Attendees are encouraged to get involved through volunteering, presenting an insightful session or inspiring and leading community learning through active discussion and networking.’

This year the event will be held in a secret location in Music City on November 2nd. For more information and to register for this FREE event visit



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Musicares Interview

Join Nicole as she interviews Lisa Harless, Secretary of the Board of the Recording Academy for MusiCares, which is the charitable arm of The Recording Academy.

Learn about the Nashville chapter, established in 1964, and The Grammy Foundation.

The variety of professional services and programs they offer help meet the needs of the local music community. From mentor programs to financial assistance there is a wealth of music education to be found within this non-profit organization.


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LambsCroft Interview

Listen to my interview with the Brett Swayn, the Founder and Executive Director of LambsCroft, a local non-profit serving Nashville’s Homeless.

Learn about the 3rd Annual ParkLife benefit concert Saturday August 31st at Sevier Park here:  www.parklife.comsynth.com

A new extension of their ministry is A Culinary Training Center and Restaurant in the 12 South Neighborhood is called The Cookery and will be having a grand opening soon… For more information visit:  www.thecookery.org


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Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Listen to my interview with Autumn Parrott the Director of Development & Ellen Pryor the Director of Communications and resident curator for the current Sensuous Steel:Art Deco Automobiles exhibit at The Frist Center for the Visual Arts.

Don’t take this Nashville gem for granted it’s family friendly and there is always something new. Becoming a member has wonderful benefits and supports the arts in our city. Find out about all of the great events and exhibits at www.fristcenter.org

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Tennessee State Museum

This free museum is for the people and is full of Tennessee History and currently hosting some treasures from the National Archive.

“The Discovering the Civil War exhibit, which will continue well beyond the Emancipation Proclamation’s viewing, is the culmination of 150 years of analysis, interpretation, and opinion on the Civil War through lesser-known stories and perspectives. Many items on display never have been publicly exhibited. Highlights include the original copy of the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery along with South Carolina’s 1860 declaration of secession.”

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