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Nashville Lifestyles MagazineNashville Lifestyles Magazine

Nashville Lifestyles Magazine April 2019

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

I trust my gut when it comes to these things, but our top selections are made by our very own editor, Erin Byers Murray, along with local food authority, Nancy Vienneau. Many of you know Erin as an accomplished food writer and a cookbook author; she’s now published four books and was nominated for a prestigious James Beard Award for one of them. Nancy, meanwhile, has lived and cooked in Nashville nearly her entire life, and has been covering restaurants for the Tennessean and this magazine for years. Suffice it to say, these two are experts in the field who have put time, research, and heart into the Top 15 list. (I’ve added a list with a few of my own favorites, too—I couldn’t resist!) To that point, you will want…

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contributors

ERIN BYERS MURRAY has been the editor of Nashville Lifestyles since 2012. She started her career in Boston, working for publications like Boston magazine and DailyCandy.com before taking a two-year break to get her hands dirty working on an oyster farm. The result was her first book Shucked: Life on a New England Oyster Farm. Later, she co-authored a cookbook with Boston chef Jeremy Sewall called The New England Kitchen, which was nominated for a James Beard cookbook award in 2015. Her latest book, Grits: A Cultural and Culinary Journey Through the South was released in November 2018. Contributor NANCY VIENNEAU expresses her passion for food wearing many hats: chef, recovered caterer, food educator and activist, writer, and cookbook author. Food is at the heart of her stories and poetry. Her…

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april

ART ON THE WEST SIDE 6,7 The Gordon JCC showcases a fine art collection. Celebrating its sixth consecutive year, the Gordon Jewish Community Center will host its Art on the West Side event. Free and open to the public, the art show begins Saturday, April 6 with a cocktail reception, and continues Sunday morning with jazz music, a light brunch, and mimosas. The exhibit will feature a variety of mediums ranging from paintings to glass, clay, wood, and fiber works. The show will also showcase pieces by more than 41 artists, including feature artist Paul Harmon. Also new to this year’s event is JPOP Marketplace, a pop-up store selling jewelry, accessories, home and paper goods, food, and children’s items. A percentage of all sales will benefit Gordon JCC’s art programming. (artonthewestside.org) —Brianna Goebel 1…

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an evening for giving

The Junior League of Nashville will host its annual Spring Soirée event April 13 at The Westin Nashville. Serving as the organization’s largest fundraising event of the year, proceeds will benefit the JLN Community Endowment Fund and its charitable partners. Erin Clements, JLN’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications, says, “It is sure to be a fun evening celebrating the League’s impact on Nashville, raising money that will benefit organizations tackling important issues directly affecting our city, including human trafficking and illiteracy, and raising awareness about the influence a group of passionate, committed, and trained women can have on a community.” After transitioning from a formal dinner to an elegant cocktail party in 2018, the event appeals to individuals beyond JLN members. Attendees can visit one or all of the separately…

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mary laura philpott

Mary Laura Philpott’s son was six years old when he uttered the words that would a decade later become the title of her first collection of essays. Philpott, an author, cartoonist, and Emmy-winning co-host of Nashville Public Television’s literary interview show A Word on Words, overheard her son talking to himself, and said, “I miss you when I blink.” The words became a mantra, pulling her back into the present when life moved too fast, which was often. So often in fact, Philpott began to feel like life was passing her by. Not only did she miss moments, but she missed herself. A wife, a mother, a school volunteer—it was all important work, but was it everything? In I Miss You When I Blink, Philpott explores what it means to reinvent yourself…

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draft picks

Over the years, the annual NFL Draft, during which pro football teams select the nation’s best college players, has morphed from a stodgy, businesslike event into a full-on party. With Nashville hosting this year’s festivities, the draft is set to become a bigger spectacle than ever. Taking place downtown from April 25 to 27, the event will fuse the anticipation of the draft process with the excitement of a music festival, with a 100-percent free mix of live concerts, kid-friendly activities, and unheard of access to the league’s newest players transforming Lower Broadway and beyond. An estimated 100,000 fans are expected to swarm downtown in what the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. has labeled the “biggest entertainment event ever recruited” by the city. Here’s what you need to know to…

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