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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine February 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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Nashville Lifestyles
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from the publisher

Do you remember passing out valentines as a kid in school? My mother would help me make them for the entire class—a little card with a candy sucker attached to it. So sweet. Fast forward, and now we date behind screens, swiping left or right. It’s rare that I’ve heard of people meeting in real life anymore. That isn’t a bad thing—I understand the comfort and convenience of dating from your phone. However, I want to challenge all of you single readers to put down the screen! Every year, we host our Single in the City party just for this reason. We’ll be at Ainsworth on February 28 celebrating all the single people. We’ve profiled some of the city’s most eligible singles in these pages, so go ahead and take a…

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singles photo shoot

“When planning this year’s Most Eligible Singles photo shoot, I had no doubt I wanted to work with Matthew Simmons again. He and his team are so fun and easy to work with. More importantly, they create a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere on set so that each of our singles felt comfortable during the shoot. So comfortable, in fact, we were able to grab these photos of the Nashville Soccer Club while waiting for another one of our singles to arrive. I can honestly say there was never a dull moment!” Correction: In our January 2019 issue, we misprinted the name of author Chris Cander. We’re not perfect. If you catch a mistake, please let us know: wehearyou@nashvillelifestyles.com .…

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february

THE WIZARD OF OZ 810 Dorothy touches down at TPAC this month. Just in time for the 80th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz, TPAC is bringing the story of Dorothy and her red slippers back for three days, February 8 to 10. Katherine Walker Hill, who plays Aunt Em/Glinda the Good Witch, says the show is “a classic celebration of the original film with a few modern elements.” It will include songs from the 1939 MGM film, such as “Over the Rainbow” and “If I Only Had a Brain.” Although the TPAC production is an homage to the original, Hill notes there will be “technical elements that can only occur through the magic of live theatre.” Speaking on the film’s popularity that has spanned across time, Hill says, “I love how…

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for a good cause

The T.J. Martell Foundation will host its 11th annual Nashville Honors Gala on February 25 at the Omni Hotel. It’s a night dedicated to honoring outstanding leaders in the Nashville community and music industry. Music groups Kings of Leon, receiving the Spirit of Nashville Award, and Alabama, who will receive the Tony Martell Lifetime Entertainment Achievement Award, are just two of the names among this year’s honorees. “Each honoree has made such an impact in this community and continues to be integral in their field or lane,” co-chair Becky Garden-hire says. Since 2009, the event has raised more than $3.5 million to fund research geared toward finding a cure for cancer. “Every year the gala is an event that not only honors amazing, deserving members of our Nashville community but is…

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lucie rice

Lucie Rice had a big year. Literally. The illustrator, who moved to Nashville with her husband in 2007, has had a career of small-scale work, executing detailed drawings for magazines, books, and corporate clients. But in the last year, everything expanded. Inside the Children’s Gallery at the new Tennessee State Museum is a floor-to-ceiling, all-encompassing look at the Volunteer State drawn by Rice. Those who stand in line for tickets in the new box office at the Grand Ole Opry will be greeted by Nashville-themed wallpaper based on Rice’s designs, and on Lower Broadway, Ole Red Nashville features her whimsy on a multi-floor mural (another is in the works for Ole Red Gatlinburg). We asked her about the year everything got big. (lucierice.com) Age: 39 When things started growing: Rice grew up…

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on the road again

“Man, it’s like that moment every touring artist cherishes,” says TobyMac, talking about getting back on the road. His latest album—the first in three years—The Elements was released in October. To celebrate, he’s taking his tour across the country to 37 arenas, stopping in Nashville to play Bridge-stone Arena on February 8. Along the way, Jeremy Camp, Jordan Feliz, Ryan Stevenson, We Are Messengers, and Aaron Cole will join him. The HITS DEEP Tour is just that: a night of each artist’s greatest hits, whether it’s two or 15. On playing new songs such as “I just need U.” and “Everything” from the new album, TobyMac says it’s the moment “where everything comes together. I put the record out, [the fans] got it, it seems like they enjoy it, and…

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