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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine March 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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11 Issues

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(GABBY KEMPTER) Then, The Hills followed a few years later. Well Kristin Cavallari has moved to Nashville. She is a television personality, an author, an actress, and a fashion designer, and she’s soon to be opening a store here in Nashville—oh, and she’s also married to football pro Jay Cutler. In this issue, we catch up with this busy mom and cover girl—and, early next month, you can, too, when we host Cocktails with Kristin on April 5 at Noelle Hotel. (Read more on page 63.) It is an excellent opportunity to mingle and learn from this celebrity entrepreneur.This month, we’re also talking up all the kid-friendly things to do around town—especially the things that don’t suck for parents! We turned to the experts—a handful of young Nashville families—and pulled…

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contributors

TRAVELING TRIOFor this month’s beach getaways feature, we sent three writers to three parts of the Gulf Coast and asked them to report back on the sun, sand, and surf. When she wasn’t honing her reporting skills in journalism classes at The University of Mississippi, TRISHA BOYER worked as a pastry chef, server, and baker. After graduation she spent time in Boulder (as a bread baker), Barcelona (teaching English as a second language), Chicago (waiting tables, and a disastrous tryout in the kitchen at Charlie Trotter’s) and Boston (managing a bistro in Harvard Square) before heading back south in 2000. Once she landed in Nashville, she shifted her focus to media with positions at The Tennessean, Nashville Public Radio, and The New York Times. She’s spent the last…

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nashville lifestyles hot list

BMW X2A NEW ERAAbsolutely unique. Extremely exceptional. The BMW X2 makes its sporty ambitions quite clear at first sight. Thanks to its bold athleticism, it supplies a dynamic and agile performance that is unrivalled in this class. The X2 is the extroverted protagonist of a new era. Are you ready? www.bmwofnashville.com NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES FREE GIFTFree Lil’ GooGoos Cluster with a one-year print subscription to Nashville Lifestyles Magazine. Visit shop.nashvillelifestyles.com NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES SWIGFREE COPYReceive a free copy of our new issues of SWIG with the purchase of a subscription! Visit shop.nashvillelifestyles.com  for more information and to shop all publications HENDERSON BEACH RESORTTIME TO RELAXThe Henderson is Destin’s newest luxury beach resort. Our four-story, 170-room resort is the…

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march

24 MAKS, VAL & PETA LIVE ON TOUR: CONFIDENTIALThe Dancing with the Stars professionals team up for a romantic, secret-filled spectacular. A narrative of love and revelations told through world-class dancing, Confidential stops in Nashville for a star-studded, one-night performance. Sibling superstars Maksim and Valentin Chmerkovskiy tour with Dancing with the Stars season 14 winner Peta Murgatroyd to stun audiences around the nation. “We have set the bar higher and given ourselves more time and freedom to create, rehearse, and, ultimately, perform the show that we can honestly say is our very best,“ Valentin says. Confidential hints at the stars’ real life hopes and dreams. “This time, there will be no acting, and we have the unique opportunity to perform a genuine love story,” Murgatroyd adds. It’s a not-to-be-missed…

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belle of the ball

Nashville’s annual Ballet Ball, co-chaired by Adrienne McRae and Suzanne Smothers, will dazzle with black-tie glamour on March 3 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. More than 600 philanthropists and patrons raise money for the ballet’s Community Engagement Programs, which reach thousands of at-risk and underserved Nashville communities.This year’s Johnny Cash theme was inspired by Under the Lights, a 2014 Nashville ballet performed to Cash’s hits. Musicians John Carter Cash and Ana Cristina Cash will perform with special guests. For $650, attendees gain access to a cocktail hour, gourmet dinner, and exclusive performance.“We see this as a great opportunity to share our beautiful dancers and the joy of dance with hundreds of Nashvillians at this one-night-only event,” McRae and Smothers said in a statement. Paying homage to Cash and supporting the…

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string theory

A project of remembrance, Violins of Hope brings Nashville a collection of refurbished violins that were played by Jews during The Holocaust. Inspiring James Grymes’ novel, Violins of Hope: Violins of the Holocaust—Instruments of Hope and Liberation in Mankind’s Darkest Hour, and a documentary, the project gives a voice to those who had theirs taken away from them.“From the beginning, we saw the project as music, violins, and incredible stories. We wanted the Violins of Hope project to be much more—a launching pad for city discussion of The Holocaust, civil rights, censorship, and interfaith dialogue,” Nashville Symphony COO Steven Brosvik says.Spearheaded by the Nashville Symphony and the Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, Violins of Hope’s featured event is the Nashville Symphony’s performances on the strings March 22…

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