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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine November 2018

Nashville Lifestyles is the exclusive city magazine for the greater Nashville area. Features include local issues, dining, celebrities, fashion, homes, and neighborhoods, events and much more! In addition to the regular features, readers enjoy special issues like Top Doctors, the 25 Most Beautiful People, Single in the City & The Music Issue.

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smile -- minimally invasive new 3d laser vision procedure

SMILE stands for SMall Incision Lenticule Extraction. During a SMILE procedure, a femtosecond laser with precise short pulses is used to make a small incision in the cornea to create a disc-shaped piece of tissue. This tissue will be removed. SMILE has several advantages over LASIK; it is minimally invasive and no flap is needed. The laser incision is much smaller (only 5 millimeters), compared to 20 millimeters for LASIK. Post-surgical dry eye issues are also reduced, compared to LASIK. Margaret Coleman is a manager of Nashville, TN’s world-famous Bluebird Café, which was prominently featured in the ABC TV drama “Nashville.” She has had poor vision all her life (worse than legally blind). Ms. Coleman became the state’s first patient to receive 3D SMILE and she is thrilled about her newfound…

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from the publisher

Fingers are crossed that by the time this hits newsstands in November, we will all be wearing sweaters. I’m personally anxious for that “fall back” time when you get up and the sun is shining and you can dress in layers. Because, sometimes, we make bad decisions, and often for me, they involve pizza! Our editorial team has scoured and devoured the city to tell you all about the best slices in town. I can’t wait to try them all, myself. I also have to tell you: We’ve gotten so many emails in response to our October cover, which featured James Shaw, Jr. He is one of many people doing wonderful things in this city. In this issue, we highlight five charities, large and small, all of which are headed up…

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behind the scenes

From the moment images of our October cover started to hit social media, we were inundated with responses from readers. The reason? Everyone loved seeing James Shaw, Jr. on our Most Beautiful People cover. Below, we share just a few of the kind words we received. We are grateful and overwhelmed by your feedback, Nashville. Thank you for your support! “I just wanted to send a quick note to thank you for the brilliant idea to put James Shaw on the cover. How amazing! He is such a hero (even though he won’t call himself that) and it’s incredible your magazine recognized his miracle. Keep up the great work!” —Britney Ruby Miller “Best. Cover. All Year.” —Jenny McClain “Perfect cover choice!” —@kathysandler “That cover makes me so happy!” —@susanpdeaton AND, BECAUSE WE LOVE A…

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GHOSTED 15 Multidisciplinary artist Tony Perrin explores the abstract in his latest performance piece. OZ Arts Nashville kicks off the sixth season of its TNT (Thursday Night Things) series this month with “Ghosted,” a performance by Nashville-based artist Tony Perrin. The series shines a spotlight on local artists of different disciplines. “Ghosted” explores the various definitions of the word “ghost,” from the idea of a spirit to the word’s latest meaning, such as when someone cuts ties in a relationship without any further communication or explanation. Inspired by the concept of loss, Perrin began to research mourning jewelry from the Victorian era. “I found that loss, more physical loss during that era, was culturally woven into a beautiful, visual conversation between people. I wanted to explore that conversation and look at loss…

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music city on ice

Nashville takes to the ice at Bridgestone Arena on November 18, but not for a Predators game. “Scott Hamilton & Friends” makes its return to Music City this year, marking its third year in the books. Created by Olympic figure skater, Scott Hamilton, the show gives its proceeds to the Scott Hamilton CARES (Cancer Alliance for Research, Education and Survivorship) Foundation. GRAMMY-winning artist, Sheryl Crow, returns for her second year to co-host with Hamilton. Also making a return to the Nashville ice show is a group of local skaters who work with the Foundation’s “Sk8 to Elimin8” program to raise the funds needed to skate in the show. On bringing the show back to Nashville for a third year, Scott says, “Bringing the best skaters in the world to perform…

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todd mayo

“There’s human time and geological time, but in human time, I fundamentally believe in the power of music,” says Todd Mayo, boisterous owner of The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee, and founder/co-executive producer of PBS’ Bluegrass Underground. He might sound a bit like a philosopher mystic, but after a decade inviting fans into caves for uniquely world-class concert experiences, his business is about as down-to-earth as it gets. (The first season of shows at The Caverns runs through December 15, wrapping up with a special Christmas performance by gospel-grass group The Isaacs; thecaverns.com ) Age: 46 Cave Man: Mayo started hosting concerts in caves after touring one on a family vacation, figuring the underground acoustics might sound cool. “Before I walked into that cave I had never booked a Bar Mitzvah,” he jokes.…