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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine January 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

Have you ever gotten off an airplane and walked through BNA to hear one of dozens of country music stars saying, “Welcome to Nashville: Music City, USA”? It’s the first thing you hear as a weary traveler returning home, a tourist coming to visit, or an aspiring musician headed, perhaps, to play on Broadway. It amazes me to think how many huge stars got their start right here in our little town, and you probably could have heard them for free any given night before they made it big. In this, our annual music issue, we take a look at the business of Music City. Five years ago Nashville was named an “it city” by the New York Times—but we’ve long known that the music industry, and country music, in particular, is…

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Illustrator Weylon Smith is originally from the San Francisco Bay area, but has called Nashville home since 2003. His interest in art goes back to his childhood, and was encouraged in part by his grandfather, a commercial artist. He cites mid-century poster art as a major influence, which shows in his work in imperfect edges and inky lines resembling traditional printmaking. Though he works digitally, he enjoys a process that invites the accidental. “It’s not very satisfying to finish a piece when you can predict the result. It’s far better to discover something unexpected, respond to it, and repeat,” Smith says. For our cover we asked Smith to depict our signature industry with words. “There are thousands of ways to draw each letterform, and each potential variation communicates a certain mood,”…

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nashville lifestyles hot list

STUDIO NOVO NEW CLIENT OFFERS -First class is FREE -First month unlimited: $100 (good for 30 days from purchase date) 8-class package: $100 (good for 100 days from purchase date) -First free class option can be found online -New client offers can only be purchased in the studio; offers not available online. Visit novonashville.com or contact novonashville@gmail.com for more information NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES’ SINGLE IN THE CITY SAVE THE DATE February 28, 2018 Find out more at nashvillelifestlyes.com . NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES WEDDINGS NEW ISSUE ON STANDS NOW! Get inspired by more than 30 real weddings, plus local cakes, flowers, venues, invitations, and more. Find the latest edition of Nashville Lifestyles Weddings on stands or online. Visit shop.nashvillelifestyles.com for more information. NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES FREE GIFT Free Lil’ GooGoos Cluster with a one-year print subscription to Nashville Lifestyles Magazine. Visit shop.nashvillelifestyles.com VISIT SOUTH WALTON FIND YOUR PERFECT BEACH With a vast array of events all…

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world war i exhibit at the frist until jan. 21

A war that made an indelible mark on America’s culture and history has been captured through a series of artwork, currently being showcased in the Ingram Gallery at The Frist. The World War I and American Art exhibit shows the many ways American artists were vital to war culture, such as designing camouflage, taking surveillance photographs, working as official war artists from the front lines, and creating U.S. intervention-promoting imagery and anti-war cartoons. Some of the artists created in order to be vocal about their political stance, while others used it as a release from the violent events that were occurring. More than 70 artists, including George Bellows, Marsden Hartley, Childe Hassam, Georgia O’Keeffe, and John Singer Sargent, have works displayed, commemorating America’s depiction of the first World War. (fristcenter.org)…

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2 VANDERBILT MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. ALABAMA Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium. 6 p.m. vucommodores.com 4 NASHVILLE HOUSE CONCERTS War Memorial Auditorium. 7 p.m. wmarocks.com 5 WORLD TURNING FLEETWOOD MAC REVUE 3rd and Lindsley. 8 p.m. 3rdandlindsley.com 6-Feb.24 STATES OF MATTER EXHIBIT Zeitgeist Gallery. 6 p.m. zeitgeist-art.com 6,7 PAW PATROL LIVE! THE GREAT PIRATE ADVENTURE TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. Various Times. tpac.org 6,7 MONSTER JAM Bridgestone Arena. Various Times. bridgestonearena.com 9-14 JERSEY BOYS TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. Various Times. tpac.org 11 CURATOR’S TOUR: NICK CAVE: FEAT. The Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Noon. fristcenter.org 12,13 THE EARTH: AN HD ODYSSEY Schermerhorn Symphony Center. 8 p.m. nashvillesymphony.org 14 “FOR PETE’S SAKE” BENEFIT CONCERT City Winery. 7 p.m. citywinery.com 16,17 DWIGHT YOAKAM Ryman Auditorium. 7:30 p.m. ryman.com 18-Feb.11 THE SNOWY DAY & OTHER STORIES Nashville Children’s Theatre. Various times. nashvillechildrenstheatre.org 18-20 THE SONGS OF ELVIS…

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botanical benefaction

Nashville’s Antiques & Garden Show, taking place February 2 through 4, will gather together more than 150 fine antiques and horticultural dealers at Music City Center. Proceeds from the event benefit Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and the Economic Club of Nashville. This year’s theme, “A Sense of Place,” is inspired by a presentation from headliner Charles, 9th Earl Spencer, brother of Diana, Princess of Wales, and owner of Althorp Estate. Another show highlight will be “The Alchemy of Floral Design: Pairing the Unexpected,” a class taught by New York floral design house owner Lewis Miller, who has worked with clients such as Mayor Bloomberg, Bulgari, and Carolina Herrera. His class will focus on the “importance of harmony and balance.” “Color and texture are so important when creating a floral arrangement,” Miller says. “You…