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Nashville Lifestyles MagazineNashville Lifestyles Magazine

Nashville Lifestyles Magazine December 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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from the publisher

(CAMERON POWELL) We’re all keeping a secret about the gift we got for someone else. Honestly, I’ve never been good at secrets So, by the time you read this, you may have already heard about our big secret: On November 29, we produced our first ever Nashville Lifestyles & Landyn’s Favorite Things with Landyn Hutchinson. Since everything in the magazine world happens months ahead of time, I’m writing this to you and tickets haven’t even gone on sale yet. But, since you’re reading after the event has passed, I can’t spoil the surprise. So, check out our website (nashvillelifestyles.com) for the full scoop. All I can say is: I feel a lot like Oprah right now!Speaking of the holidays, I love, love, love when we do our annual gift guide.…

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contributors

Writer and historian DAVID EWING tells the early story of the Woolworth on 5th building, which is where Nashville’s history-making civil rights sit-ins took place. Ewing is a ninth generation Nashvillian, lawyer, and CEO of Nashville History on Tour, an upscale private history tour company. He also does historical research and consulting for many Nashville businesses, hotels, restaurants, bars, families, and companies. He was named “Best Historian” by the Nashville Scene in 2017. Follow him on Instagram: @TheNashvilleIWishIKnew. MEGAN O’NEILL, who profiles Martina McBride this month, is a local writer and editor who joined the Nashville Lifestyles’ freelance team in 2016, writing about style, design, art, culture, food and most of all, people—always with the goal of connecting one story, person, and journey to another. A Chicago-native and…

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nashville lifestyles hot list

KING JEWELERSGIFT FOR HIMThe perfect gift for him by the experts: The Grand Seiko Heritage Collection, limited edition Caliber 9S 20th Anniversary watch is available only at King Jewelers in Green Hills. www.kings1912.com FLORIDA GETAWAYTRAVELIf a family–oriented beach vacation is what you’re looking for you’ll find it tucked away along Florida’s North Gulf Coast in the quiet coastal communities of Apalachicola, St. George Island, Carrabelle, Eastpoint and Alligator Point. The pleasures are simple here and nature provides most of the entertainment. www.floridasforgottencoast.com/nl GROGAN JEWELERSTHE ULTIMATE GIFT FOR HER0.40 carats split diamond huggy earrings - seriously! An edgier alternative to the classic huggy, for the girl looking to stand out from the rest. Available at Grogan Jewelers by Lon. www.groganjewelers.com PATRONLIMITED EDITIONFeaturing a vibrant design inspired by…

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december

MS. CHEAP PENNY DRIVE THROUGH JAN. 31 Pinch those pennies for a good cause this winter. November marked the beginning of the 10th year of the Ms. Cheap Penny Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank. Running through January 31, the drive is an effort to raise not only money, but awareness of hunger in Middle Tennessee. “For me, it’s all about awareness,” Mary Hance (aka, Ms. Cheap) says, adding that anyone from middle schoolers to corporate law firms can participate and donate. It’s as simple as picking up a can, donating your loose change, and returning it by the end of January. Last year, donations totaled almost $87,000, a record for the drive. So, pick up a can or two today at Second Harvest Food Bank, Pinnacle Financial Partners…

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the gift of giving

This year, Music City celebrates 65 years of the Nashville Christmas Parade, an event that supports the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. In addition to the popular broadcast parade, this year marks what may become a new tradition for Vanderbilt, as well. Just after Thanksgiving, Vanderbilt kicked off “Jingle All the Broadway,” a new fundraising initiative that will run until Christmas, in collaboration with bars and restaurants along the strip. During these five weeks, a percentage of sales at various locations will go to the Children’s Hospital. Some participating locations include FGL House, Ole Red, Acme Feed & Seed, AJ’s Good Time Bar, Honky Tonk Central, and The Southern Steak & Oyster. At each location, guests will have the chance to donate money by text message, as…

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tulle and thread

Gabriel Dawe(DAVID ALMEIDA PHOTOGRAPHY, SUPPLIED) Step into Cheekwood’s Museum of Art, and a sense of warmth will envelop you this season. In this high-ceilinged room of white walls and wood floors stands a wall of tulle. Pinks and reds melt into soft layers of yellow that wash over electric blues, fading into deep purples. The wall is part of Cheekwood’s annual Artist-in-Residence exhibition, and Mexico City native Gabriel Dawe is this year’s artist.The exhibition not only showcases the newest work in his well-known Plexus series, it also introduces a new medium into Dawe’s work: tulle. On the opposite side of the large tulle rainbow is a space in which Dawe explored the fabric’s whimsy on a smaller scale. “It’s very playful, and, especially for the small pieces, most of…

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