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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine November 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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1 min.
from darkness to sight

As a teenager, Ming fought valiantly to escape one of history’s darkest eras — China’s Cultural Revolution — during which millions of innocent youth were deported to remote areas to face a life sentence of poverty and hard labor. He eventually made his way to the U.S. with $50 in his pocket, where against all odds, he later earned a PhD in laser physics and graduated with the highest honors from Harvard Medical School and MIT. To date, Dr. Wang has performed over 55,000 eye procedures including on over 4,000 physicians. He has published 9 textbooks, holds several U.S. patents, and performed the world’s first laser artificial cornea implantation. Dr. Wang is currently the only surgeon in the state who performs 3D SMILE and 3D LASIK (18+), 3D Implantable Contact Lens…

1 min.
from the publisher

In full disclosure, I am becoming soft in my old age. Some of that is my body composition (see below about breakfast), but I am also growing sentimental and sappy. November makes me have all the feels, and I realize how grateful I am these days. I work in an industry where people tell me that print is dying. In fact, Nashville Lifestyles just turned 20 years old and we are stronger than ever: more subscribers, more social media followers, more event attendees than we have ever had. This makes me incredibly proud, and also very thankful to our wonderful team (almost completely pictured above). Without them, none of this would be possible, and for this year’s Thanksgiving I am indebted to them, their hard work, and dedication. Speaking of becoming soft, so…

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nashville lifestyles

PUBLISHER Brian Barry EDITORIAL EDITOR Alison Abbey EDITOR-AT-LARGE Erin Byers Murray COPY EDITOR Katie Dodd CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Trisha Boyer, Melissa Corbin, Jon Gugala, Jackie Gutierrez-Jones, Luke Levenson, Emily Davidson Nemoy, Kate Parrish, Karen Parr-Moody, Chris Parton, Nancy Vienneau, Lindsay Williams ART ART DIRECTOR & DESIGNER Heather Hauser PRODUCTION SPECIALIST & DESIGNER Brian Goins CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Phillip Fryman, Christen Clemins, Jen McDonald, Nathan Zucker, Lindsey Grace Whiddon MARKETING DIGITAL EDITOR/CIRCULATION SPECIALIST Corinne Coker MARKETING & EVENTS DIRECTOR Devan Brown MARKETING SPECIALIST Kendall Swanson ADVERTISING ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Claire Corby, Janna Landry, Kayla White ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING/COORDINATOR Twana Hockett INTERNS Darion Barnhart, Nicole Brown, Huy Nguyen, Tatum Nix…

2 min.
november

2 THE NASHVILLE BREW PROJECT Presented by The Nashville Food Project The Nashville Food Project is partnering with five local breweries and five local restaurants for its first-ever festival, The Nashville Brew Project. On November 2, from 2 to 5 p.m.., guests can enjoy special brews paired with tasty bites. Each beer is inspired by The Nashville Food Project; which may include peppers and basil from their gardens, or dried fruits preserved through their food recovery efforts. Local breweries and restaurants creating pairings for the event include: Jackalope and Café Roze, Black Abbey and Daddy’s Dogs, Blackberry Farm and Nicky’s Coal Fired, New Heights and Lockeland Table, and Southern Grist with Butcher & Bee and Redheaded Stranger. But this delicious event isn’t limited only to those of beer-drinking age. There will…

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women against ms fall crush dinner

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Mid South Chapter will host its Women Against MS Fall Crush dinner on November 17, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Green Door Gourmet’s Grand Barn. This farm-to-table wine dinner will feature four prominent Nashville chefs: Margot McCormack of Margot Café & Bar and Marche, Deb Paquette of Etch and etc., Katie Coss of Husk, and Kayla May of Josephine. Kelly Sutton, host of WSMV Today in Nashville, will host as the master of ceremonies, and guests can enjoy entertainment from Sheriff Scott and the Deputies. All proceeds go towards The National MS Society’s fight to find a cure for MS, and to support local residents living with MS. The National MS Society’s Mid South Chapter helps more than 10,000 people affected by multiple sclerosis…

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giancarlo guerrero

“Non-traditional” is an understatement for Nashville Symphony Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero. Son to non-musical parents displaced by the Nicaraguan Revolution of the 1970s, the 50-year-old spent his late childhood in Costa Rica before moving to Texas in high school, where, to meet friends, his mother forced him into the drum line of the marching band. After a thorough education and stints with symphonies in Minneapolis and Eugene, Oregon, he was wooed to Nashville in September 2009 for his radical vision of what classical music is and what it can be. After 10 years at the helm, the six-time Grammy-winner continues to innovate and evangelize for a traditional art form in a modern era. Joining Musical Forces: While many symphonies represent the pinnacle of musicianship in their communities, Guerrero knew he had…