It’s time. I’ve sold my car and a third of my belongings (and donated another third to Goodwill) and now I’ve sold my house and I’m officially on my way from Nashville to New York City. If my quick mental tally
“She wears the morning so well.” – tagged across the street from the liquor store.
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Visiting Nashville? Here’s the (former) local’s guide to what’s cool.
In the past year, a few friends from former towns and workplaces have begun to visit Nashville. I couldn’t be more delighted, of course – I want to show off my adopted hometown – but invariably, the preparatory emails involve some sort of “what sh…
Another Nashvillian’s perspective, America
Here’s the deal with our town. We have one particular industry here, the music industry, which isn’t really that big in the grand scheme of things, that has made a lot of money putting out an image that we’re a bunch of inbred hillbilly yokels who…
A Nashvillian’s heart-to-heart with America
America, we need to talk. A few days ago, while rain kept falling harder and longer than I’ve ever seen, in between cleaning up our flooded basement (my husband’s art studio), I anxiously checked my iPhone (my laptop had been submerged that mornin…
Bad news for Nashville music in pairs yesterday
It was a little bit of a shock to me to learn yesterday that Ticketmaster has decided to close Nashville-based Echo, which is a company I’ve danced close to for some time but never danced with, if you know what